Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma accused the Aam Aadmi Party of failing to start politics and trying to sell the same product ever since. “AAP is a failed political startup. Even after 10 years, they have not developed to become MSME. For 10 years they are trying to sell the same product without any proof,” Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma said. said while attending. an event that took place in the country’s capital on Saturday.
Earlier, he spoke about the Congress party’s recent presidential election, saying that he hoped those who voted for Shashi Tharoor would join the BJP soon. Speaking to ANI on Saturday, the Assam CM said, “The results of the Congress in the so-called internal elections were known and announced even before the counting of votes. The only democratic people in the Congress were the 1,000 delegates who showed courage to vote for Shashi Tharoor, I think they will join BJP soon.”
However, going back to Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma’s earlier statement, Congress leader Sandeep Dikshit on Sunday said that he voted for Shashi Tharoor in the last election as party president only to ensure that people like him. not raised in Congress. “I voted for Shashi Tharoor rightly to get the greedy and selfish Congress and people like you no longer promoted in the Congress – our ‘courage’ was to fight against the systems you represent,” Dikshit said. said on his Twitter account.
Tharoor, who has been vying with senior party ally Mallikarjun Kharge for the post, said only the brave are trying to join the BJP. Kharge defeated Tharoor to become the first non-Gandhi Congress President in 24 years.
Kharge got 7,897 votes in the presidential election while Tharoor got 1,072 votes in the October 17 poll. Notably, CM Sarma’s remarks came during the elections in Delhi and Gujarat.
The elections will be held in two phases on December 1 and 5. The counting of votes will take place on December 8, which coincides with the date of Himachal Pradesh, whose elections were held on November 12. The nomination process for Delhi MCD polls is already underway. November 14 is the last date for filing nominations and scrutiny of forms will take place on November 16. The last date for withdrawal of nominations is November 19.
The MCD elections will be held on December 4 and the counting of votes will be done on December 7 (ANI).
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