“I would want to remind all 1.5 crore voters that the MCD’s major obligation is to maintain Delhi clean, sanitation concerns, trash, corruption, parking mess, stray animals, and to establish schools and hospitals, among other things,” Sisodia added.
“As a result, I urge everyone to reflect before voting and to vote to preserve Delhi clean.” “Vote for a garbage-free Delhi,” said Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister.
Manish Sisodia, in an attack on the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), stated that the “BJP has 15 years of failure.” Because the BJP had nothing to say, they began negative campaigning.”
In the high-stakes Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) election, Delhi voters will elect representatives to 250 wards. A total of 1.45 crore persons are eligible to vote. The ballots will be tallied on December 7, and there are 1,349 candidates running in the election.