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AAP Will Fight Elections On Work Done: Kejriwal

New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday stated his AAP will battle the upcoming Meeting polls on the premise of the work it has accomplished in its tenure.

“This election will be based on the work done,” he tweeted in Hindi, quickly after the Election Fee introduced that elections for the 70-member Delhi Meeting will likely be held on February eight and votes counted on February 11.

The Aam Aadmi Occasion is assured that it will likely be re-elected for the work it has accomplished within the metropolis within the final 5 years.

Cupboard minister and social gathering’s Delhi chief Gopal Rai additionally echoed Kejriwal’s assertion and stated the social gathering will contest the elections based mostly on its work.

AAP has swept the 2015 Meeting polls by bagging 67 seats, whereas the BJP bought the remaining three.


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