New Delhi :
MCD Elections: Tarvinder Singh Marwah’s son, who was a three-time Congress MLA in Delhi, is contesting the corporation elections from BJP. Union minister and senior BJP leader Nitin Gadkari reached Jangpura ward on Wednesday to campaign for him. The special thing is that Gadkari did not target his opponents even once in his 10-minute speech. Gadkari neither took the name of BJP’s anti-Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) nor Arvind Kejriwal in his 10-minute speech during the public meeting in Jangpura at 11 am. After reading the file of his ministry, Gadkari asked for votes by telling the name of the roads built and the time of reaching. During this, he mentioned about reaching Delhi to Haridwar in three hours, Delhi to Dehradun in four hours and Delhi to Jammu in eight hours.
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Tell me, Tarvinder Marwah has been a three-time MLA from Jangpura assembly on Congress ticket and he joined BJP just two months before the elections. BJP has also given party ticket to Tarvinder’s son Arjun Singh Marwah by cutting the ticket of its outgoing corporator. On this occasion, Arjun Singh Marwah said, “My father has joined BJP after being influenced by PM Modiji. He has done a lot of work in the country and on that basis we are seeking votes.
On the other hand, if we talk about Congress, the sudden departure of veteran leader of the region, Tarvinder Marwah, to BJP has created a big political challenge for the country’s oldest party. Monkeys, good roads and sewer are the main problems in this ward, but instead of these issues, the central minister of BJP seems to be talking more about the highway leading from Delhi to the metropolitan cities. For the MCD elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party has fielded more than 10 of its central ministers, MPs and former ministers from Bihar in the campaign. How much benefit the party gets from this, it will be known in the coming days.
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