Both the Congress and BJP party full in confident of his victoey in municipal Corporation of Delhi elections. state Congress chief J P Agarwal said he was “100 per cent confident” about his party’s victory while his BJP counterpart Vijender Gupta was “certain” that his camp is going to win all the three Corporations. Ruling BJP, which has 164 councillors in the undivided MCD against Congress’ 67 and BSP’s 17, had raised alleged corruption by Sheila Dikshit government during campaigning while Congress targeted the saffron party for its “inefficient and corrupt” administration in MCD.
Gupta said, “we are certainly going to win MCD elections. Indications are that the people are in mood of teaching Congress a lesson. This is a vote against the culture of corruption and price spiral of the Congress.” 2,423 candidates have contested for 272 wards in the three civic bodies — East, South and North. Counting of votes will take place on Tuesday.