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BJP puts its shoulder to a wheel Delhi chair with Congress support

BJP puts its shoulder to a wheel Delhi chair with Congress support
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BJP Puts Its Shoulder To a Wheel Delhi Chair With Congress Support. Following the thespian episode of Delhi elections and the AAP government led by Arvind Kejriwal that eventually led to the president’s rule in the state, the Bharatiya Janata Party has focused now on the formation of the government with the help of the rebels of the Congress Party.

New Delhi: Following the thespian episode of Delhi elections and the AAP government led by Arvind Kejriwal that eventually led to the president’s rule in the state, the Bharatiya Janata Party has focused now on the formation of the government with the help of the rebels of the Congress Party.

According to sources, as many as 8 Congress MLAs allegedly have come forward to support the BJP. No sooner Amit Shah has held the reins of BJP national president’s post than the desire for forming the Delhi government has been enlarged. It is most likely that Amit Shah would be consulting the party leaders concerning the very matter. Nevertheless, Arvinder Singh, the Senior Congress Party leader is confidant about their candidates and by the same token poised over the issue that there will not be any split in the party.

From the other corner, news making rounds that there have been few unendorsed meetings between the Congress and BJP MLAs. Both BJP and AAP have the equal chances to establish their government with the support of the rebel leaders of the Congress Party. The AAP has already commented that the BJP has been encouraging the rebels from other parties. It is learnt that the BJP strongly opposes the early elections and have given a hint that they would avoid early elections in all possible ways and also the extension of the President’s rule till January in the worst case.

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