New Delhi: A day after AAPr performance in the MCD polls, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has convened a meeting of party MLAs in his house on Thursday. It is notable that the results of Delhi MCD elections have come on Wednesday. Among them, BJP has got a two-third majority and the performance of AAP is very dismal. After the poor performance of the recent Punjab and Goa elections, the party's performance in MCD was not as expected. It is also seen in the party and after these results, the resignation period has begun in AAP.
After the election results, AAP in-charge of Delhi's Dilip Pandey resigned on Wednesday evening. Within 24 hours, the party's Punjab in-charge Sanjay Singh has announced his resignation on Thursday. Sanjay Singh tweeted, "I have given my resignation to the national convenor Arvind Kejriwal " He also said that Durgesh Pathak, co-in-charge of Punjab has also resigned from his post. . Apart from this, ML Alka Lamba, from the Chandni Chowk in Delhi, had also offered to resign, taking responsibility for the party's defeat in the region. Although these resignations are being linked to the MCD results, the interesting thing is that Sanjay Singh has resigned almost a month after the Punjab elections.
It is notable that after losing in the MCD elections on Wednesday, the party's Delhi convener Dilip Pandey sent his resignation to the national convenor Arvind Kejriwal. He has said that the responsibilities of this post should be handed over to another person. Taking the moral responsibility of the party's defeat in the elections, Pandey resigned from his post and tweeted it. He wrote, "I have resigned from AAP as the Delhi Convenor and have given this information to the party's national convenor Arvind Kejriwal and requested to hand over this responsibility to someone else."
Pandey was given a joint responsibility with the campaign for campaigning for the State Convenor Municipal Corporation and its strategy, Ashish Talwar, in-charge of Delhi. Pandey, fearing to rig the election result just two days before the election results, said that the exit poll is being prepared by expressing the possibility of BJP's victory in the exit polls.
On Wednesday, Aam Aadmi Party MLA Alka Lamba has offered to resign from all the posts of the MLA and the party while taking responsibility for the defeat of the candidates in his area. Alka, who represents Chandni Chowk constituency, tweeted, "I take the personal responsibility of the defeat of party candidates in all three wards of my constituency and I also offer my resignation as all the posts and legislators of the party. "However, Alka said that he will continue to support Kejriwal and strengthen him.