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Delhi Elections: AAP's Candidate Leads Against Kapil Mishra In Model Town Constituency

AAP’s Model Town candidate, Akhilesh Pati Tripathi was seen leading in the constituency as per the EC trends, whereas BJP's Kapil Mishra was trailing by half.


AAP’s Model Town candidate, Akhilesh Pati Tripathi was seen leading in the constituency as per the Election Commission trends, whereas BJP candidate Kapil Mishra was trailing. Looking at the trends Tripathi thanked the people of Delhi and said that they have voted for development. The BJP candidate from the same constituency, Kapil Mishra has been trailing in Model Town by nearly 8,000 votes as of writing this article. 

Model Town candidate thanks Delhi 

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Kapil Mishra’s controversies during election campaigns  

BJP leader Kapil Mishra, on January 23 made a controversial statement regarding the Delhi assembly elections. He took to the microblogging website Twitter and said that February 8, the day Delhi was going to vote, would be “India vs Pakistan”. After this comment, he took to Twitter again and replied to one of the comments saying that Delhi has housed small Pakistans in Shaheen  Bagh, Indralok, and Chand Bagh.  

Talking about the Delhi elections Kapil Mishra had tweeted, “India and Pakistan will compete on the streets of Delhi on February 8.” 

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Delhi Assembly Elections    

The political parties in Delhi have aggressively campaigned for the assembly elections. Many prominent leaders from big parties have received various notices and warnings from the Election Commission as well. The fight between BJP and AAP has intensified in the past month. While BJP is contesting the elections under PM Modi and HM Shah’s leadership, Arvind Kejriwal said the AAP is fighting on the basis of the work done by them in the last five years.   

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