In the year 2020, two major elections will be held in India – assembly elections for Delhi and Bihar. The dates of the assembly elections in Delhi (Delhi) have been announced. The Election Commission had called a conference to announce the dates. Assembly elections in Delhi are likely to be held in the first week of February. Polling will be held in Delhi on February 8, and the results will be published on February 11.
Let us know that the term of the 70-member Delhi Assembly will end on February 22. According to the rules, a new assembly has to be formed before the elections are completed. With dates, the Election Commission issued a notification for the assembly elections today. Soon after the warning is issued, the Code of Conduct has been implemented in Delhi.
The AAP has kept the Kejriwal government’s achievements for five years among the people of Delhi this time. A new slogan has been issued by the party for the upcoming assembly elections. AAP will contest the polls with a new motto ‘Good past five years, Lage Raho Kejriwal’.
In Delhi, the campaign is being vigorously campaigned with the slogan ‘Kejriwal again’. With this slogan, AAP has also installed posters in many places in Delhi and is counting the work of the Kejriwal government. Arvind Kejriwal has been in power in Delhi for the last five years. The Aam Aadmi Party will go public with its slogan.
The BJP has started electoral preparations to end its exile of victory in the Delhi Assembly elections 2020. The BJP will contest the Delhi Legislative Assembly with the slogan ‘With Delhi Chale Modi – 2020’. BJP President Amit Shah will intone the booth workers to win the vote at the booth colloquium at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium in Delhi. In this convention, more than 30 thousand booth workers of Delhi BJP have been claimed to be included.
Assembly elections in the country’s capital Delhi are always exciting. The message of the mandate emanating from here goes all over the country. There are about 1.5 crore balloters in Delhi who will determine the fortune of the state government.
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