BJP not keen for elections in New Delhi
July 22, 2014  10:26
The Bhartiya Janta Party is no mood to contest elections in New Delhi and is determined to make Jagdish Mukhi as its next chief minister.

BJP's new president Amit Shah, in fact, has asked Mukhi to get ready for the swearing-in ceremony.

The BJP thinks that if an election is held again the Aam Aadmi Party will get " unnecessary" revival in public space even if it won't win seats to form the government.

A BJP leader said, " This anarchist party should not be allowed to use democratic process like election!"

By this evening, the BJP will take a final decision after Shah and Mukhi meet.

On Monday, 27 AAP MLAs led by the party convenor Arvind Kejriwal met Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung and told him that delay in dissolving the Delhi Assembly was encouraging horse trading.
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