Cong did not campaign in an aggressive way to win Delhi civic polls: Dikshit

Photo of the former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit.

New Delhi: Congress leader Sheila Dikshit today stated that the Congress did not campaign in an aggressive manner to attain victory the civic polls and further mentioned that she had not been invited to campaign for party candidates.

Dikshit staed: “We are going through a bad time. Congress did not campaign in an aggressive way. It did not do what it should have done to win the Delhi civic polls.”

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Asked why she did not campaign for Congress candidates, Dikshit said: “I was not invited for any of the campaign programmes. If I would have been informed I would have certainly done.” Her remarks came as counting trends showed the BJP was leading in 141 wards, while the AAP was at second spot, leading in 40 and the Congress in 28 wards.

On allegations by the AAP of tampering with the EVMs, Dikshit said: “Winners and losers have different versions to the problem. But in a case like this, the government and the Election Commission should come up with a solution.”

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