MCD elections 2017: Decoding civic bodies’ crisis

Newly elected Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari is confident enough for a win- win situation in 2017 MCD elections which will go on poll on April 23.

“Since the BJP has more councillors in the MCD, funds for the civic bodies were intentionally not released on time to create panic. They did this to make people suffer. We are fighting against this and we are confident that we will win against all odds. We will defeat both Congress and AAP,” said Manoj Tiwari, Delhi BJP chief.

The MCD came into existence in 1958. Since then the civic body has been looking after 272 wards spread in 12 zones.

The mandate will be out on April 27, but whichever party rules the MCD, it must make the capital clean.

[jwplayer 1IbUHM4R] Newly elected Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari is confident enough for a win- win situation in 2017 MCD elections which will go on poll on April 23. “Since the BJP has more councillors in the MCD, funds for the civic bodies were intentionally not released on time to create panic. They did this to make people suffer. We are fighting against this and we are confident that we will win against all odds. We will defeat both Congress and AAP,” said Manoj Tiwari, Delhi BJP chief. The MCD came into existence in 1958. Since then the civic body has been looking after 272 wards spread in 12 zones. The mandate will be out on April 27, but whichever party rules the MCD, it must make the capital clean.