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Adesh Kumar Gupta As Delhi BJP President

The party has appointed Adesh Kumar Gupta as the new president of the Delhi BJP. The party leadership removed Manoj Tiwary from the post. Also, Adesh Kumar is currently the mayor of the North Delhi Municipal Corporation. Vishnu Deo Sai has been appointed president of Chhattisgarh along with Delhi, while S Tikendra Singh has been appointed to Manipur. Anand Kumar spoke to media on the occasion.

He said that he would carry out his duties with responsibility and integrity. He needs to work from the ground level in Delhi and establish a structured company. People should go. Uttar Kumar says steps are being taken to acquire voters.

Manoj Tiwari appointed as the BJP president of Delhi in 2016. However, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) suffered a crushing defeat in the Delhi assembly elections in February. Though Manoj Tiwari has told the headquarters that he will resign from the blame for the loss, Nadu has informed him to stop for a while. Tiwari, who joined the BJP in 2013, rose to the presidency of Delhi BJP in the span of time. Tiwari contested and won the 2014 Delhi elections.

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