MCD Elections 2017: Reactions From The Losing Party

Arvind Kejriwal who lost the Delhi Election today said, that the results indicate an "EVM wave, not Modi wave". The AAP party has decided to launch a national campaign against what it alleges are faulty EVMs or Electronic Voting Machines.
The Gopal Rai said that,"This chamatkari (magical) victory of the BJP - this is only EVM lehar (wave) not Modi lehar," further added, "The entire country has to think how to be free of this EVM-wave."

Just after two year came in power AAP party leader Arvind Kejriwal met the top Lieutenants which includes Deputy Manish Sisodia and Gopal Rao, as it was clear in the early morning counting that AAP party was losing in Delhi. On TV the leaders watched the results together of the MCD election which held on Sunday.

As per the prediction of the Exit Polls, the BJP party raced the Victory whereas AAP party was fighting for the 2nd position with Congress. The party was not expecting a victory after its workers' feedback from the ground a day after voting. Around 155 AAP party members who were at polling stations reported to Arvind Kejriwal on Monday, said by the source.

Adviser Nagendra Sharma the Chief Minister tweeted,

For Mr. Kejriwal, the BJP leader said that, Mr Kejriwal and AAP should quit the Delhi government and go for fresh elections, taking the MCD results as an indicator of the public disapproval.

Yogendra Yadav the former AAP party leader was scratching in his critique of the party that removed him in the year 2015, after winning the Delhi State Election.

Mr. Yogendra Yadav said, "What has changed between 2015 and 2017? The only thing is the AAP party government's performance. People are angry with the Chief Minister and are electing the PM (Prime Minister Narendra Modi)." He further added by saying, "I think if AAP party loses, it should go for a referendum in Delhi and ask people if they still have their mandate."

Sheila Dixit from Congress party gave the statement after losing the Delhi Civic Polls that, ‘every election a learning experience.’

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