Delhi BJP chief asks cadre to work with new vigour
New Delhi: Keeping in mind the possibility of re-polls for the Delhi Assembly, Delhi BJP chief Vijay Goel on Thursday asked the party workers to work with a new vigour.
Addressing a meeting of party office bearers and leaders of the party, he urged them to be ready to face any kind of political situation.
He thanked the party leaders and cadres for their efforts during Delhi Assembly polls.
"Though BJP has emerged as the single largest party but if it was not able to form the government in a democratic manner then the party stands ready to face the elections again to get an overwhelming mandate for the party," he said.
We will work to strengthen our party base further in unauthorised colonies and rural areas which has voted overwhelmingly for BJP, he added.
He also said that Congress and AAP were hand in glove as Congress has clearly indicated that it was ready to support an AAP government in Delhi.
"It is clear that AAP will not be able to fulfil its promises and hence it will get exposed. That is why it is trying to take a false moral ground," Goel said, adding AAP leaders have a consistent negative agenda.
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