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Delhi BJP

The BJP came to power in the Delhi Legislative Assembly in 1993. Madan Lal Khurana of the BJP then became the CM of Delhi. Khurana emphasised on curbing issues related to empowerment, education and infrastructural developments. As an opposition in the state, the BJP has addressed a number of daily concerns of the common people of Delhi. The party has also initiated programmes such as "Minority Morcha", "Youth for Change", "Senior Citizen Programme", "Mashal and Candle Light March against Electricity Tariff Hike" and similar awareness programmes for the people of the state. The BJP is reaching out to different colleges and universities in Delhi to involve the youth in their party ideology and working structure.

Narendra Modi who is campaigning strong for the upcoming Delhi elections to be held on 4th December, held a massive rally in Delhi in September. This rally, called the ‘BJP Karyakarta Sammelan' saw Modi criticizing Sheila Dikshit-led Congress government in Delhi on issues such as corruption, poor health facilities, price rise, increasing electricity and water bills, lawlessness and violence in the state, and women being highly unsafe in the city.

Delhi BJP Manifesto

The BJP has finally revealed its cards by announcing the party’s manifesto for the upcoming assembly elections in Delhi. Combined with the ‘clean’ image of its Chief Ministerial candidate Dr. Harshvardhan, the party will hope that the manifesto will be enough to swing the public opinion in its favour. It is noteworthy, however, that the party borrowed many ideas from the AAP’s book.

Here are the highlights of the manifesto:
  • Electricity: Much like the Aam Aadmi Party, the BJP has promised an instant cut in electricity bills if it is voted to power. But while the AAP promised a respite of 50%—whose feasibility some analysts are questioning—the BJP has assured a reduction of 30%. The party will definitely hope that the 30% figure strikes as ‘credible’ to the public. "Power tariff is the most important issue in the manifesto. We will give the people freedom from Congress’s bad administration," said Vijay Goel, the party’s Delhi president.
  • 70 constituencies, 70 manifestos: The party also announced that it will launch a different manifesto for each of the 70 constituencies in Delhi. One can’t help notice that this idea is directly lifted from the AAP manifesto, which makes one doubt the ultimate vision of the party for the capital city.
  • Social justice: In a move aimed to appease the smaller communities of the city, the BJP has announced that it will work to ensure justice for the victims of the 1984 riots. Most of these are settled in and around the Tilak Nagar area of Delhi. This too was covered in the AAP manifesto.
  • Vegetable prices: Addressing the problem of the recent price hike, the BJP promised that it would lower the vegetable prices within 30 days of being voted to power. It also promised to work towards regulating the prices so that the common man in Delhi doesn’t have to face such hardship every again.
  • Poor families: The BJP also promised to regularize the unauthorized colonies in the city and improve the housing and living conditions of the poor. It also said that the Lal Dora area will be expanded. The Congress party has been already at work to woo the population of Lal Dora by easing land-use policy.
  • Healthcare: The BJP also has big plans to improve healthcare in the city. Its manifesto promises that trauma centers will be opened in all the districts of the capital. The party will also provide health insurance to every citizen of Delhi. Further, it said that 25 types of medicine will be provided free of cost to every citizen of Delhi. While the practicability of this can be questioned, the announcement is a welcome step.
  • Minorities: Seeking to address the minorities in the city, the party has promised that it will form a Madrasa Board to look after the interests of the Muslims. Appeasement of the Muslim voters is crucial for the party if it seeks to build a secular reputation and win the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.
  • Subsidized LPG: The party also promised 12 subsidized LPG cylinders every 12 months for the poor families. At present the number of subsidized cylinders provided is 9. This will definitely appeal to the weaker sections.
  • Transportation: To offer better transportation services to the densely populated areas of the city, the party promises swift implementation and expansion of the Monorail project. Notably, the project has already been planned for those areas of Delhi where the Delhi Metro could not reach.
In response to the announcement, the AAP spokesperson Manish Sisodia quipped, "They have copied our step. We are glad that at least they are learning something from us." One can’t help agree that the AAP has stolen the limelight with a timely if over-ambitious manifesto. However, as the election draws close, the electorate is well aware that promises are meant to be broken, and will go by the past performance of the parties.

Contact details of BJP

Official Website:
Office Address: 14, Pandit Pant Marg, New Delhi 110001
Contact Numbers: 011- 26491119, 011-23712744
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BJP Candidate List for Delhi Polls 2013

Sl.Constituency No.Constituency NameName of the Candidates
11NarelaNeeldaman Khatri
22BurrariShrikrishna Tyagi
33TimarpurSmt. Rajni Abbi
44Adarsh NagarShri Ram Kishan Singhal
55BadaliVijay Bhagat
66RithalaKulwant Rana
77Bawana (SC)Shri Guggan Singh
88MundakaManoj Shaukeen
99KirariAnil Jha
1010Sultanpur Mazara (SC)Susheela Bagadi
1112Mangolpuri (SC)Ramkishor Narwaria
1213RohiniJaibhagwan Agrawal
1314Shalimar BagRavindra Bansal
1415Shakur BastiShyam Lal Garg
1516Tri NagarNand Kishore Garg
1617WazirpurMahendra Nagpal
1718Model TownAshok Goyal
1819Sadar BazarJaiprakash
1920Chandani ChowkSuman Gupta
2021Matia MahalMoh. Nizamuddin, Advocate
2122BallimaranMotilal Sodhi
2223Karol BagSurendra Ratawal
2324Patel NagarPoornima Vidyarthi
2425Moti NagarSubhash Sachdeva
2526MadipurKailash Sankla
2627Rajouri GardenManjinder Singh Sirsa (Akali Dal)
2728Hari NagarSham Sharma (Akali Dal)
2829Tilak NagarRajiv Babbar
2930JanakpuriJagdish Mukhi
3031Vikas PuriKishan Gehlot
3132Uttam NagarPawan Sharma
3233DwarkaPraduman Rajput
3334MatialaRajesh Gahlot
3435NazafgarhAjit Khadkhadi
3536BijwasanSatprakash Rana
3637PalamDharamdev Solanki
3738Delhi Cantt.Karan Singh Tanwar
3839Rajinder NagarR P Singh
3940New DelhiVijendra Gupta
4041JangpuraPankaj Jain
4142Kasturba NgarShikha Rai
4243Malviya nagarAarti Mehra
4344R K PuramAnil Sharma
4445MehrauliPravesh Verma
4546ChhatarpurShri Brahm Singh Tanwar
4647Deoli (SC)Gaganshrilal Pradhan
4748Ambedkar Nagar (SC)Khusiram
4849Sangam ViharDr. S.C.L. Gupta
4950Greater KailashAjay Malhotra
5051KalkajiHarmit Singh Kalka (Akali Dal)
5152TugalakabadRamesh Bidhuri
5253BadarpurRam Veer Bhiduri
5354OkhlaShri Dheer Singh Bidhuri
5455Trilok Puri (SC)Sunil Vaidya
5556Kondli(SC)Dushyant Gautam
5657PatparganjNakul Bhardwaj
5758Laxmi NagarAbhay Verma
5859Vishwas NagarO.P. Sharma
5960Krishna NagarDr. Harsh Vardhan
6061Gandhi NagarR C Jain
6162ShahdaraJatinder Singh Shunty (Akali Dal)
6263Seema Puri (SC)Shri Rampal Singh
6364Rohtas NagarJitendra Mahajan
6465SeelampurKaushal Mishra
6566GondaSahib Singh Chauhan
6667BabarpurNaresh Gaur
6768GokulpuriRanjit Kashyap
6869MustafabadShri Jagdish Pradhan
6970Karawal NagarMohan Singh Bisht

Last Updated on 11/26/2013

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