Delhi Assembly election: BJP holds core group meeting to finalise names

The party held a detailed discussion over the names of candidates for as many as 45 seats in the assembly election.

Delhi Assembly election: BJP holds core group meeting to finalise names

New Delhi: In view of the upcoming Delhi Assembly election, Bharatiya Janata Party' Core Group's meeting was held at Union Home Minister Amit Shah's house for almost seven hours. 

The meeting, which started on Sunday at 8 pm ended today at 3 am, was participated by BJP's working president JP Nadda, Delhi BJP election in-charge Prakash Javadekar, Shyam Jaju, Manoj Tiwari, Delhi's Organisation Minister Siddharthan, Vijay Goel, Bijender Gupta, and Anil Jain.

According to sources, the party held a detailed discussion over the names of candidates for as many as 45 seats in the assembly election. The list of candidates prepared by Delhi BJP is based on the feedback received from the central survey as well as a public survey. 

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The sources told Zee Media that priority will be given to new faces, and some surprise candidates may also emerge on the list. 

For the remaining seats, the party will hold another meeting today (Monday) to discuss the names of probable. However, the Central Election Committee of the party will finally decide the names for the respective assembly seats. 

Notably, the Model Code of Conduct came into force in the national capital on January 6 after the Election Commission announced that the assembly election will be held on February 8, while the counting of votes will take place on February 11.