With several posts lying vacant in BJP after the recent cabinet formation in Uttar Pradesh after the appointment of Yogi Adityanath as the chief minister, every senior party leader visiting the national capital is seen as an aspirant for some post of the other.
With several posts lying vacant in the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) after the recent cabinet formation in Uttar Pradesh after the appointment of Yogi Adityanath as the chief minister of the state, every senior party leader visiting the national capital today is seen as an aspirant for some post of the other. As per Indian Express report, no decisions may be taken on these appointments soon, as party chief Amit Shah is very busy as he is travelling across the country.
The report, also said that apart from organisational posts, aspirants are also waiting for appointments in statutory commissions for scheduled tribes, scheduled castes and minorities. Party general secretaries who have proposed names for vacant posts are already flooded with calls for updates.
Meanwhile, in MCD polls-trends, the BJP is way ahead with 181 seats. The AAP is a distant third at 45, while Congress is slipping to the third position as of now with 35 seats. Others are ahead in 10 seats.
Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tewari, speaking to India Today said that if his party wins MCD polls, it will not celebrate the win due to the recent Sukhna attack, in which 26 CRPF jawans were martyred by a Maoist attack. He had also called for Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s resignations, saying that today’s MCD poll trends show that people are “upset” with him.
Talking about party performance, AAP minister Gopal Rai once again put the blame on EVMs, saying, “It is not Modi wave, but EVM-wave” He also said that the party will introspect the results soon.
Speaking to ANI about ongoing allegations of faulty EVMs by several Opposition parties, former Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit, said that both the Election Commission and the government should clear the confusion on the matter.
She also said that the party should have done aggressive campaign before MCD polls. the former Chief minister also said she did not take part in the campaign as she was not asked to.