BJP released the first list for MCD elections, announced the names of 232 candidates

BJP has announced the names of its candidates for the Delhi Municipal Corporation elections. BJP announced the names of its 232 candidates for MSD elections.

New Delhi: BJP has released its first list of candidates for Delhi Municipal Corporation Election 2022. In this list, BJP has announced the names of its 232 candidates. Right now BJP will announce the names of 18 candidates very soon. Because November 14 is the last day for the nomination of candidates for the municipal elections. Therefore, the names of all the candidates will be announced on Sunday i.e. by November 13.


According to this list released by Delhi BJP, Kesrani Khatri from Ward No. 1 Narela (M), Vinod Bhardwaj from Ward No. 2 Bankner, Archana from Ward No. 3 Holambi Kalan (W), Yogesh Rana from Ward No. 4 Alipur, Ward No. 5 Janta Devi from Bakhtwarpur, Ward No. 6 Anil Tyagi from Burari, Ward No. 7 Urmila from Kadipur, Ward No. 8 Gulab Singh Rathore from Mukundpur, Ward No. 9 Rekha Rawat from Sant Nagar, Ward No. 10 Brijesh Rai from Jhadoda, Ward No. Amar Lata Sangwan from No. 11 Timarpur, Rekha Amarnath Jatav from Ward No. 12 Malka Ganj, Sardar Raja Iqbal Singh from Ward No. 13 Mukherjee Nagar, Neelam Budhiraja from Ward No. 14 Dhirpur, Anubhav Dhir from Ward No. 15 Adarsh ​​Nagar got tickets.


Waiting for MCD elections will be held on December 4

BJP has formed a committee of 22 members to select the candidates for the MCD elections. This committee of BJP includes all the seven MPs of Delhi, Delhi BJP President Adesh Gupta, Organization General Secretary Siddharthan, MCD Election Convenor Ashish Sood, former State President Vijay Goel, Satish Upadhyay, all the three General Secretaries of the state and in-charge and co-in-charge of Delhi.


Earlier, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) had also released the first list of its candidates on 11 November. AAP announced the names of 134 candidates in its first list. Voting will be held on 250 seats for the Delhi Municipal Corporation elections. Voting will be held on all these seats on 4th December and its result will be declared on 7th December.