This poll is about dynastic politics vs nationalism: Manoj Tiwari
New Delhi: Delhi BJP president Manoj Tiwari on Sunday launched the 2019 Lok Sabha campaign for his party from a rally at Mangolpur in North-West Delhi. Addressing voters at the rally, Tiwari said that this election is going to be a fight between two ideologies; one that is built on principles of dynastic politics and the other that is built on positive thinking and nationalism.
In addition to this, BJP also held a rally in Sangam Vihar, South Delhi, which was attended by senior party leaders. North-West Delhi MP Udit Raj, who joined Tiwari at the Mangolpur rally said that he had managed to get work done in his constituency that was being put off for more than 50 years. "10 railway over bridges constructed in North-West Delhi to solve the problem of traffic jam and pollution. But Kejriwal government obstructed the construction of bridges in Ghewada, Kirari, and Narela," he added.
Raising a call to action for party workers assembled at the rally in Sangam Vihar, South Delhi MP Ramesh Bidhuri said that their government has worked for the people of the country. "Development and national security has been the top priorities for this government," he said. Bidhuri also told party workers about the work he has done in his constituency, adding that he will continue to work for the welfare of the people.