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Congress, in better position than AAP in Delhi: Manoj Tiwari

Delhi BJP Chief Manoj Tiwari told India Today in an interview that BJP’s contest in Delhi was against Congress and not AAP.

Congress, in better position than AAP in Delhi: Manoj Tiwari

Delhi BJP Chief Manoj Tiwari | India Today

Delhi BJP Chief Manoj Tiwari told India Today in an interview that BJP’s contest in Delhi was against Congress and not AAP.

In an exclusive with India Today’s TV Rajdeep Sardesai, BJP Delhi Chief, Manoj Tiwari said that Congress was better placed than Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi assembly election, and both were in a close run to polarise Muslim votes in their favour.

Maintaining that BJP was clearly ahead of both the two parties in Delhi, he said, “BJP is going to form the government in Delhi on February, 11 and that their competition in Delhi is against Congress and not AAP.”

However, during the course of the interview, Manoj Tiwari kept on attacking Kejriwal and said the chief minister has wasted 5 long years in unnecessary fighting with BJP and not concentrating on work that had to be done.

He also accused Arvind Kejriwal of standing by ‘anti-national’ elements and shielding the likes of Sharjeel Imam.

When asked about BJP’s face for Chief Minister in Delhi, he said, “Each and every voter in Delhi is BJP’s face for Chief Minister.”

Commenting on the slogans raised in Anurag Thakur’s rally in Delhi, he said, “I do not endorse such slogans, however, anti-national slogans were first raised in Shaheen Bagh.”

He also said that BJP was fighting the Delhi election assembly on the question of development and not communal issues.

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