'Contemplate & Take A Decision': Bhupinder Hooda Warns Congress After Delhi Polls Drubbing

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Warning the Congress leadership on Thursday, Gandhi family loyalist Bhupinder Singh Hooda said that deep contemplation is required if Cong wants to continue

Written By Navashree Nandini | Mumbai | Updated On:

Warning the Congress leadership on Thursday, Gandhi family loyalist Bhupinder Singh Hooda said that deep contemplation is required if the party wishes to play a role at a national level. Speaking to news agency ANI, Hooda said that Congress' condition in Delhi, as well as the national level, needs a deep contemplation and a decision. He also extended his wishes to Delhi's CM elect Arvind Kejriwal. 

He said: "The mandate has to be respected. I extend my good wishes to Kejriwal and I hope he will help in the all-round development of Delhi. As far as Congress party is concerned, we got zero last year and this year also we got zero. This is an issue to contemplate and take a decision. There should be a reinvention on Congress. The country needs Congress, now they need to rethink and finally build a strategy." 

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Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party swept the Delhi assembly polls with 62 seats, five less than in 2015, as per the final results announced by the Election Commission on Tuesday night. While BJP secured victory in the remaining eight constituencies in the 70-seat Delhi assembly, up from three in 2015, Congress could not open its account for the second time in Delhi. The victory of the AAP ensured a hat-trick for Arvind Kejriwal in the office of Delhi Chief Minister.

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