BJP CM Candidate and All Candidate In Delhi Election 2020

January 7, 2020

The Election Commission held a press conference on 6th January 2020 and announced to hold the assembly on 8 February 2020 in Delhi. Along with this, it was informed that counting work will be done on 11 February 2020.
After this announcement, trusted sources in the BJP said that Manoj Tiwari’s name has been approved by the BJP for the post of Chief Minister candidate. Along with this, it was also told that Manoj Tiwari may resign from his MP post and will contest from New Delhi Assembly seat.
Simultaneously, the BJP made it clear that in Delhi it could ally with the Akali Dal on some seats. BJP will not form any alliance in Delhi with JDU and LJP, the constituents of NDA. Sources said that BJP has selected candidates for the assembly elections to be held in Delhi. And on or after January 15, the names of all the candidates will be announced. It is known that BJP has only three MLAs in the Delhi Assembly at this time. The support of at least 36 MLAs is necessary to form a government in Delhi.
The BJP won the MCD election. Based on this, the BJP has full confidence that the BJP will win at least 50 seats by running an election campaign led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In the Delhi Assembly elections, the BJP will contest elections on issues like Ayodhya Ram Mandir, Section 370 abolition in Kashmir, Triple Divorce, Citizen Amendment Act (CAA), JNU controversy, Reforms in the Kachchi colonies, pollution, water supply etc and will try to surround the Kejriwal government. The BJP is confident that the Hindu people of Delhi are very happy with the above issues and that people will vote for the BJP.
22% of the voters in Delhi are upper caste. About 30 percent of the voters are OBCs. 15 percent of the voters are Muslim. 10 percent of the voters are also Sikhs. 15% of the voters are from Dalit community. The remaining 8 percent voters are Jain, Buddhist, Christian etc. To address this religious and ethnic equation of Delhi, the BJP has devised a strategy to take support of the Sikhs along with the upper caste. The BJP will be an attacker on the Congress for the 1984 massacre so that the BJP can get the support of the Sikhs. On the other hand, BJP will seek special support from the Baniya caste in OBC.

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