Delhi MCD elections: Nomination of 4 BJP candidates rejected
According To India Vote Kar
In a big setback for BJP, candidature of four of its nominees for MCD election has been rejected.
After scrutiny of nomination papers the Returning Officer took the decision for wards – Abul Fazal enclave, Bapraula, Kishanganj and West Vinod Nagar.
Apart from this, five other candidates are also in the danger zone as the Returning Officer found discrepancy in nomination papers. The BJP said that they will take up the issue with the Election Commission.
The Municipal Corporation of Delhi elections are slated for April 23 and counting will take place on April 25.
The North, South and East Delhi Municipal Corporations together constitute 272 seats, of which the BJP’s current strength is 153.
Source : India Today
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