Delhi MCD Polls 2022: Congress released list of 250 candidates for MCD elections in Delhi


Delhi MCD Polls 2022: Congress has launched the listing of 250 candidates on Sunday for the election of Municipal Company of Delhi. Congress Nationwide President Mallikarjun Kharge put the ultimate stamp on the names of all of the candidates. Earlier, BJP (BJP) and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) have introduced their candidates.

BJP launched listing of 232 candidates

The Bharatiya Janata Party on Saturday launched its listing of 232 out of 250 candidates for the Delhi Municipal Company Elections. BJP has positioned bets on a lot of the new candidates. On this listing issued by the BJP, it has been determined to area solely 52 former councilors within the electoral battle, which incorporates 9 former mayors.

Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge has accepted the listing of candidates for the Elections to the Municipal Company of Delhi-2022

— ANI (@ANI) November 13, 2022 AAP releases listing for MCD elections

On the identical time, on Saturday, the Aam Aadmi Party additionally launched the ultimate listing of 117 candidates for the Delhi Municipal Company elections. On this listing, consideration has been given to a lot of the staff related to the social gathering group. The second listing was finalized within the assembly of the PAC once more on Saturday beneath the chairmanship of Aam Aadmi Party’s nationwide convener and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal. Earlier, AAP had launched its first listing of 133 candidates on Friday, during which desire has been given to 90 p.c previous staff of the social gathering. In response to the knowledge, greater than twenty thousand Aam Aadmi Party staff had utilized for tickets for the MCD elections.

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