Delhi Assembly Election 2020: When Arvind Kejriwal reached Jamnagar House to fill the form on Tuesday, some people shouted slogans against him. The security here was increased after slogans against Kejriwal outside the returning officer’s office. The administration has asked for additional force here.
- Kejriwal’s long wait for nomination
- Crowd of Independent candidates to fill the form
- BJP launches Sunil against Kejriwal
CM Arvind Kejriwal, who reached Jamnagar House to fill the form from New Delhi seat, has to wait a long time. CM Kejriwal has tweeted that he is waiting to file his nomination. He tweeted, “I am waiting for filing the form, my token number is 45. To fill the form here, many people are in line, I am very happy that many people are participating in this festival of democracy.”
Arvind Kejriwal arrived at Jamnagar House, the returning officer’s office, a few hours ago to file his nomination. Right now he is in the office of returning officer. When Kejriwal arrived to fill the Jamnagar House form, some people raised slogans against him. After this the security here has been increased. The administration has asked for additional force here
According to the report, to fill Kejriwal’s nomination, the time was fixed till 3 pm on the Election Commission.
Meanwhile, CM Arvind Kejriwal who reached the nomination has tweeted another. He has said that he has no problem. Many of these people are filing papers for the first time, these people will make mistakes, we have also made mistakes for the first time. We should help them. I’m enjoying waiting with them. They are all members of our family.
Meanwhile, Congress candidate Romesh Sabharwal from New Delhi assembly constituency challenging Arvind Kejriwal reached Jam Nagar House. Here he had a fierce argument with the Delhi Police
The Congress candidate appeared at the entry of Jam Nagar House at 2.20 pm, where he was stopped by the police. The police asked Romesh Sabharwal to take entry from Man Singh Road, where an entry point has been made for the candidates.
During this, angry Congress candidate Romesh Sabharwal questioned the preparations of the Election Commission. He said that “The Election Commission should not do this. Because of January 26, there is a lot of jam around here. The Election Commission has not put any notice board here. There should be awareness among the public, so I am jammed How can I do campaign?
Conspiracy will not succeed – Sisodia
Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia has said that no matter how much the BJP conspires, Arvind will not be able to stop Kejriwal from filling the nomination nor will Arvind stop Kejriwal from becoming the Chief Minister of Delhi for the third time. Sisodia said that BJP’s conspiracies will not succeed.
Aam Aadmi Party leader Saurabh Bhardwaj said that about 35 candidates are sitting in the RO office. They do not even have enough paper. The AAP leader alleged that these candidates do not even have 10 proposers. These people are calling and calling their applicants, they say that only after filling their form, they will let the CM fill the form.
My aim is to defeat corruption
Before filling the form, Kejriwal said that this time many parties including JJP, LJP, RJD are in the fray. All these parties have the same objective to defeat Arvind Kejriwal, and my motive is to defeat corruption.
Let us tell you that today is the last day of nomination for the Delhi Elections 2020. Kejriwal could not enroll on Monday due to being stuck in a jam during the road show. Arvind Kejriwal, a candidate from New Delhi constituency, was supposed to file nomination at the Sub-Divisional Magistrate’s office in Jamanagar on Monday, but could not reach there on time due to road show time and jam due to which the nomination was not filed. Could.
Candidate declared against Kejriwal at the last moment
Meanwhile, against Arvind Kejriwal, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has fielded Sunil Yadav from the New Delhi seat while the Congress has fielded Romesh Sabharwal.
BJP released list of 10 candidates
The Bharatiya Janata Party released its list of 10 candidates on the last day of nomination, including the candidate’s name against Arvind Kejriwal. Apart from this, BJP made Tejinder Bagga a candidate from Harinagar assembly seat.
BJP alliance’s Janata Dal United (JDU) 2 and Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) will contest on 1 seat.
Akali Dal will not contest elections
However, BJP’s ally Akali Dal will not contest elections in Delhi. Regarding the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), the party has decided not to contest elections. Manjinder Singh Sirsa said that discrimination on the basis of religion will not be allowed.
January 21 is the last date for nomination for the Delhi Assembly elections. Voting is due on 8 February. The counting of votes will take place on 11 February.