Delhi MCD election : BJP may adopt 2017 plan party can cut tickets of sitting councilors to stop anti-incumbency wave
There is only a short time left in the Delhi Municipal Corporation elections (MCD Election 2022). In such a situation, to retain its power in MCD and to overcome anti-incumbency,
the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) can once again do the same 2017 plan. If this happens, then the heartbeat of BJP councilors is sure to increase. At the same time, like the BJP,
the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has also started making strategy for the Delhi MCD elections. AAP is planning to get BJP out of MCD this time in any case. It is believed that this time
the BJP may have to face Anti-Incumbency in the Municipal Corporation. In such a situation, the party has started looking for its cut from now on. In any case, in order to save the
power of the municipal corporation, this time also the Delhi BJP may consider cutting the tickets of all the existing councilors with non-performing as well as the councilors with
their tainted image. In their place, the BJP can give a second chance to new faces or even those former councilors with good image, whose tickets were cut in the municipal
elections held in 2017. It is worth mentioning that for the last 15 years, the MCD is ruled by the BJP. During this time no other party has been able to establish a foothold here.
In the 2017 election, the BJP had made a big bet by not giving tickets to any sitting councillor, due to which the party did not suffer any loss of anti-incumbency and got a big
victory. Delhi BJP has formed 21 committees for MCD elections
Let us tell you that for the Delhi Municipal Corporation elections which are likely to be held in December,
Delhi BJP has formed 21 committees related to the elections on Tuesday, while tightening its gear. These committees will be related to election management, manifesto, campaign,
purchase of media and advertising material etc. The members of these poll panels will include senior leaders and office bearers.