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People upset with BJP's 15-year work in MCD: CM Kejriwal

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People upset with BJP's 15-year work in MCD: CM Kejriwal

People upset with BJP's 15-year work in MCD: CM Kejriwal

After Aam Aadmi Party wins 4 of 5 seats in Delhi Civic bypolls, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that people are happy with AAP's 6-year work and upset with BJP's 15-year work in MCD.

"It shows that people are happy with AAP's work.

In 2015 we won 67/70 seats, in 2020 we won 62/70 seats and now in MCD by-polls, by giving us 4/5 seats, people want us to continue.

While BJP's 0 seats show they're upset with them," said CM Kejriwal while addressing AAP workers at party office.


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