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Resentment is getting heavy: Rebels are sweating in MCD elections, election game of many parties may get spoiled


Delhi MCD Elections: In Delhi Municipal Corporation elections, this time independent candidates (Independent Candidates) is less in number. At the same time, due to non-availability of tickets from major parties in many wards, the flag of the rebels seems to be rising high.

Rajkumar Khurana, rebel candidate from BJP from Ramesh Park Ward No. 91 of Moti Nagar (Rajkumar Khurana)’s interesting campaign has become a matter of concern not only for BJP but also for Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and Congress (Congress) candidates. Flute is the election symbol of Khurana, who is beating the election rhythm as an independent candidate. This is the reason why he is appealing to the people for votes by playing the flute. Alam is that in this election, he has been in a lot of discussions in the name of candidate with flute.

Rajkumar Khurana’s ticket was cut by BJP in 2017

On the last day of the election campaign, Rajkumar Khurana took out a big journey by playing the flute. Rajkumar Khurana has been a BJP councilor in the integrated MCD in the year 2007. He has also been the Vice President of Karol Bagh district of BJP. However, in the year 2017, BJP had cut his ticket. This time also BJP has given ticket to Pradeep Tiwari who attacked CM Kejriwal’s house from Ward No. 91 Ramesh Park. This was the reason why Khurana had to become a rebel, but he seemed to be saved on which party he would join after the victory.

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Rebel Vikas Goyal Independent Candidate

There are no less angry rebel candidates in Aam Aadmi Party as well. Vikas Goyal from Budh Vihar ward number 25 from Rithala assembly is one such name. Vikas Goyal got angry for not getting the ticket and became a rebel. Vikas Goyal is contesting as an independent candidate on the symbol of TV. The interesting thing is that whether these independent candidates win or not, they definitely make a dent in the vote bank of the candidates of big parties. The independent candidate who has good influence in the area plays an important role in defeating the election.

382 independent candidates in fray

This time 382 independent candidates are in the fray in the MCD elections. Most of these include rebel candidates of major parties. These are the leaders who got angry with the big parties due to not getting tickets and became rebels. In the year 2017, in 16 wards, such rebels had won the elections by defeating the big parties. According to an estimate, there are 60 wards in Delhi Municipal Corporation elections where rebel and vote-stealing candidates can trouble the candidates of major political parties. This time all the big political parties have cut the tickets of their old councilors and workers, after which voices of rebellion have been heard in every party. Whose game they will make and whose game they will spoil in the election, it will be clear after the results.

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