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MCD elections: BJP MP Manoj Tiwari’s poll song coming soon, jibe at AAP’s ‘hollow’ promises

BJP’s poll slogan for the MCD elections also says, “Seva Hi Vichar, Nahin Khokhale Prachar” (Service on mind, no empty promise).

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New Delhi: Manoj Tiwari, Bharatiya Janata Party MP from North-East Delhi recorded a poll song on Monday for the impending Delhi Municipal Corporation Elections (MCD) and release a trailer of sorts on the same.

In the poll song, the BJP lawmaker takes dig at the alleged hollow promises of Kejriwal government and seeks to debunk many points of ‘big talk, no work’ policy by the incumbent dispensation.

“Khokhle prachar nahin karte hum, BJP ko dil mein basaye rakhna”, the actor-turned politician can be heard humming in the upcoming song.

The song has been composed by the politician himself while person named Baljeet is the music composer.

The poll song is part of BJP’s mega campaign to counter ‘fake promises’ of Kejriwal government and also highlight the work undertaken by BJP-led MCD in alleviating people’s problems.

BJP’s poll slogan for the MCD elections also says, “Seva Hi Vichar, Nahin Khokhale Prachar” (Service on mind, no empty promise).

Commenting on the slogan, BJP spokesperson Praveen Shankar Kapoor said that the slogan will highlight the advertisement blitz of Kejriwal govt and at the same time will bring to people’s notice about the good work that BJP & MCD did during the Corona pandemic. The party is hoping to convince people about AAP govt’s failings in helping people during Covid-19 outbreak and highlight how MCD workers played pivotal role in picking garbage & ensuring cleanliness while the city remained locked out.

AAP has already powered up its poll campaign with CM Kejriwal announcing Rs 5,000 monetary assistance for labourers & peasants during stay on work due to weather. The party is trumpeting its campaign revolving around Arvind Kejriwal and slogan says, ‘MCD mein bhi Kejriwal’.

The civic body elections are scheduled for December 4 and the results will be announced on Dec 7.

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