BJP bringing in 'outsiders' for campaigning in Delhi polls: Arvind Kejriwal
"They are bringing 200 MPs, 70 ministers and 11 chief ministers because people of Delhi did not support them so now they are bringing in outsiders. They are coming to defeat the people of Delhi," Arvind Kejriwal said at Gokapluri constituency while campaigning for AAP candidate Surendra Kumar.
Rahul's poll promise of 500 sq ft houses being not honoured: Milind Deora
In his letter, dated January 24, Deora stated that "upon his advice...
Cong asks EC to take note of Anurag Thakur's provocative slogans at poll rally
Triggering a row, Thakur had egged on participants in an elect...
Delhi Assembly polls: Slums will be replaced by houses at same place, promises Amit Shah
Home Minister Amit Shah on January 27 continued his election campaign in Delhi. During a public rally in Rithala, he lambasted at Delhi Chie...
ET Online Poll: Fix the fisc, bridge trust deficit or go for $5 trillion? Difficult Budget choices await Nirmala Sitharaman
How much manouevring space does the FM really have, now that push has come to shove?
Delhi polls: In Muslim-dominated areas, Congress harps on CAA, AAP treads with caution
In places such as Okhla, the common refrain among AAP supporters is that "Kejriwal khul kar nahi aaya, par kaam toh kiya hai (chief minister Arvind) Kejriwal didn't openly support us on CAA, but he has done work”, hinting that the community might vote for Delhi’s ruling party.
164 crorepatis in the fray for Delhi polls
Not only are the candidates for the February 8 assembly polls richer than the last time around, but they are also older. From 143 candidates with assets worth Rs 1 crore or more fielded by AAP, BJP and Congress in 2015, the number has gone up to 164 in 2020 for the three parties or their allies.
Poll authorities issue notice to BJP's Bagga over campaign song
BJP's candidate from Hari Nagar, Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga has been sent a notice from poll authorities for his campaign video song where he has been asked why the expenditure on the song shouldn't be added to his poll expenses. Bagga was asked to reply within 48 hours, failing which the "decision of the MCM will be final," the notice said.
Help me take Delhi's development to next level, Arvind Kejriwal tells his assembly constituency
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who is contesting from the New Delhi seat for the third time, urged people to support his party just like in the 2015 Assembly polls, to make Delhi a city of international standards. In the last Assembly election, AAP won 67 out of 70 Assembly seats and the BJP got the rest three while the Congress drew a blank.
Over 58% in Delhi satisfied with Kejriwal's performance: Survey
In the survey, released on Sunday, people from across the country expressed their views over important aspects with included rating the performance of their Chief Ministers, the state governments, the Leaders of the Opposition, their MLAs and MPs.
2020 Assembly polls will give another Sheila Dikshit to Delhi: Alka Lamba
Alka Lamba who quit AAP and returned to the Congress fold last year, claimed that her constituency would see a "one-sided contest as the AAP will find it difficult to explain to the people why it has fielded someone whom it termed 'corrupt' in 2015". The AAP has fielded Prahlad Singh, who contested the 2015 oolls from the same seat on a Congress ticket.
Delhi polls would be fought on basis of work, not caste or religion: Kejriwal
Addressing a public meeting in Rohini, Kejriwal said he was very happy to hear Home Minister Amit Shah talk about unauthorised colonies, education and health in his speech as it shows that the AAP government has changed the narrative of politics in the country.
AAP's 'kaam ki chai' campaign for Delhi polls
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) launched a campaign named 'kaam ki chai' with the famous Ahemdabad based MBA Chai Wala from its party headquarters here on Thursday.
Delhi Polls: Amit Shah, Manoj Tiwari dine at BJP worker’s residence after campaigning
Union Home Minister Amit Shah visited residence of a BJP worker for dinner in Delhi. BJP worker from Other Backward Class (OBC) Manoj Kumar ...
Some voters don't realise importance of right to exercise franchise: President Kovind
Addressing an event on National Voters' Day marking the establishment of the Election Commission in 1950, the President said from the very first general election to the 17th Lok Sabha polls held last year, voters have increased the credibility of Indian democracy all over the world.
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