Manoj Tiwari

Manoj Tiwari is the Bhartiya Janata Party's Delhi chief. He got involved in politics in 2009 as part of the Samajwadi Party. Prior to his entry in politics, Tiwari was a Bhojpuri film actor. He is also a singer and television personality and continues to produce music albums and performing around the world. In 2009 he contested the Lok Sabha elections from Gorakhpur constituency as a member of the SP, but lost to Yogi Adityanath. In the 2014 general elections,

Tiwari contested from the North East Delhi constituency and won. Currently as BJP's Delhi chief, he has been actively involved in campaigning for the party in the 2017 MCD elections.

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Campaigning time over in DU — but not for Delhi BJP chief

Tiwari visited Vivek Vihar near Vivekananda College Wednesday where he asked students to vote for ABVP. He also visited several hostels, including Aparna Hostel.

Kejriwal trying to steal credit from Modi govt for reducing air pollution in Delhi: Manoj Tiwari

In a press conference, Tiwari alleged that the AAP government in Delhi did not do anything to combat air pollution and also did not follow directions of the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) regarding the steps to check air pollution in the city.


Manoj Tiwari targets AAP govt over 2016 JNU case

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Friday said the Home Department will take an appropriate decision after considering all facts.

BJP's Manoj Tiwari pitches for NRC in Delhi, says 'situation becoming dangerous'

Over 19 lakh people out of 3.3 crore applicants were left out from the final list of Assam's NRC, which is an exercise to identify Indian citizens living in Assam, a state marked by illegal migration from Bangladesh.

BJP says it’s timed with polls, Congress claims CM Kejriwal looted people

AAP has claimed several times that power in Delhi is the cheapest out of all states.

AAP govt discriminating against MCD-run schools, alleges Manoj Tiwari

Addressing a press conference here, BJP Delhi unit chief Manoj Tiwari alleged that while the Kejriwal government set aside over 23 per cent of the funds allocated to education for 1,033 state-run schools, it gave only 1.4 per cent to 743 NDMC-run schools


Delhi classrooms construction 'scam': SAD MLA puts up posters against Arvind Kejriwal

Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari and other leaders, had, on July 2, alleged a Rs 2000-crore scam in the classroom construction by the Delhi government.

Delhi: Classroom politics escalates as BJP fires fresh salvo

Citing purported minutes of Delhi government’s Finance Committee meeting in March 2018, Tiwari claimed the government constructed 366 nursery classrooms at an estimated cost of Rs 28.70 lakh each.

Manish Sisodia sues Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari for defamation after classroom 'scam' charge

Sisodia, who also holds the education portfolio, sought a written apology from them or else he would go ahead with legal proceedings including prosecution for criminal defamation.

At Delhi BJP working committee meeting, leaders flag issues

According to senior leaders at the meeting, Delhi state unit president Manoj Tiwari expressed reservations regarding party leaders not keeping the state unit in the loop while holding programmes and events.

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Delhi’s Signature bridge opened to public

After missing several deadlines, Delhi finally got the Signature Bridge on November 5, 2018. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal inaugurated it.

AAP MLA Disqualification: Manoj Tiwari Attacks Kejriwal

Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari said the AAP’s recommendation of disqualification is an example that this country runs in accordance with the Constitution. “Not following the Constitution and its spirit is the characteristic of AAP. The recommendation has shown a mirror to AAP,” said Tiwari.


Idea Exchange With Manoj Tiwari

Talking to Indian Express, the newly-appointed Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari says his party views the statehood issue with seriousness, admits that demonetisation has caused problems but believes it will bring long-term benefits, says the Centre’s next Budget will “bring happiness” and lists Nitish Kumar as among the rival party leaders he admires. On question […]

Manoj Tiwari cries foul, says did not call Aamir 'traitor'

New Delhi, Jan 09 (ANI): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Manoj Tiwari on Saturday asserted that he did not call Bollywood actor Aamir Khan a 'traitor', despite what had been published in a few national dailies, and added that efforts were being made to tarnish his image. He also asserted that the newspapers should apologise and should also mention the name of the source who gave them this 'false news'. Earlier, two leading national dailies reported that the BJP MP had called Aamir Khan a 'traitor' at a Parliamentary Standing Committee meeting on Friday in which members sought an explanation from the Tourism Secretary for replacing actor Khan with Amitabh Bachchan as the brand ambassador of the 'Incredible India' campaign.