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BJP leaders view Bihar polls through DUSU prism

BJP leaders view Bihar polls through DUSU prism
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The state head office of Delhi BJP which was bearing a deserted look since its defeat in Delhi Assembly Elections around six months ago was packed with jubilant leaders cheering and congratulating each other. As the news of massive lead by the entire panel was spread the local leaders, councillors, MLAs and even MPs started gathering at the Delhi BJP head office with garlands and sweets.

“Aam Aadmi Party tried to deploy all its MLAs particularly those hailing from Bihar and Eastern Uttar Pradesh to attract students of those regions on the name of Poorvanchal, the same thing that had been done in the Assembly elections.  The youth <g data-gr-id="29">have</g> given a clear signal that they have rejected the politics of falsehood and preferred the politics of development being propagated by the Prime <g data-gr-id="30">Minister,”said</g> Delhi BJP chief Satish Upadhyay. He further alleged that the Aam Aadmi Party used all the tricks used by corrupt politicians in the Assembly and Lok Sabha elections from using money power and muscle power to <g data-gr-id="28">misuse</g> of government machinery.

 “They violated all the rules of Lyngdoh Committee and spoiled the environment of the <g data-gr-id="23">campus,”he</g> added. It’s important to mention that the  AAP has over a dozen MLAs having their origin from Bihar region and have extended its support to Bihar Chief Minister in the upcoming Bihar Assembly Elections.

“These results will certainly impact BJP prospects in Bihar as people now know that the youth of Delhi <g data-gr-id="34">have</g> rejected Kejriwal. The Kejriwal wave which helped him to sweep Delhi around six months back had died down as he could not fulfil his promises,”said Ramesh Bidhuri, South Delhi MP and Delhi BJP General Secretary who was made <g data-gr-id="24">incharge</g> of DUSU elections along with Ashish Sood, Delhi BJP General Secretary and Leader of House in South MCD. 

“The youth of today’s generation doesn’t like show ing off wealth power. Kejriwal did what he was opposed to throughout his days of activism,” added Bidhuri. He emphasised that party workers have regained their lost enthusiasm and will soon march to Bihar for campaigning.
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