“Dil Jeeta Hai, Dilli Jeetengai” will be the Congress theme for the MCD elections as both BJP and AAP had failed on all fronts—Ch. Anil Kumar


Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee president Ch. Anil Kumar, in the presence of senior leaders, including former DPCC president Shri Subhash Chopra, who is also the Chairman of the Campaign Committee for the MCD elections, former Delhi Minister Shri Haroon Yusuf, AICC Working Committee member Shri Devender Yadav, Chairman of the DPCC  Communications Department Shri Anil Bhardwaj, Shri Hari Shankar Gupta, Shri Vijay Lochav, Shri Sumesh Shokeen, Shri Durgesh Kumar, Vice-Chairman of the DPCC Communications Department Shri Anuj Attrey , Adv. Sunil Kumar, Rajesh Garg and Vikram Lohia flagged off digital vans for the campaigns of the Congress candidates for the  MCD elections, which will extensively tour all the Districts and Assembly constituencies  of Delhi,  at the DPCC office ground, Rajiv Bhawan here today.
The vans, with digital screens, will highlight the Congress vision for Delhi’s progress and development, and Congress’ achievements when it was in power in Delhi for 15 years. The Bharat Jodo Yatra of Shri Rajiv Gandhi will be a main theme of the Congress publicity campaigns through the digital vans, besides emphasizing the Congress slogan of “Vakt Hai Parivarthan Ka, Congress Ke Samarthan Ka”, as Congress had made Delhi one of the best cities in the world  during its 15-year rule. He said that Congress had won over the love of the people, and now aims to win Delhi. “Dil Jeeta Hai, Dilli Jeetengai” will be the main plank of the Congress election campaign.

Ch. Anil Kumar said that Congress will expose the corruption and failures of both BJP and Aam Aadmi Party as people were now reposing faith on the Congress to bail out Delhi from its present plight. He said that Delhi’s air and water are toxic, unemployment has reached record level, price rise has ruined household budgets, and the inaction and incompetence of both BJP and AAP were all too visible during the Covid-19 pandemic and economic distress.


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