Adesh Gupta, the head of the Delhi BJP, steps down in response to the MCD elections disaster.

Adesh Gupta resigns from office of state president on Sunday . He assumes responsibility for the parties loss of MCD elections .

NEW DELHI: Adesh Gupta, the chief of Delhi's BJP party, resigned from the office of state president on Sunday, assuming responsibility for the parties' loss of MCD elections.His resignation has been accepted, and Delhi unit vice president Virendra Sachdeva has been elected as the acting president.I have resigned to the national president after accepting the MCD's loss.It has been accepted, Gupta reported.

With 134 seats in the MCD polls, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) won, putting an end to the BJP's 15-year reign in the prestigious Municipal Corporation and reducing the BJP to 104 seats.According to party sources, various factions had begun to demand for organizational reforms as a result of their contacts in the Central leadership.In the last two years, three polls have been held, according to a senior BJP leader.One bypoll of MCDs, the second bypoll of Vidhan Sabha in Rajinder Nagar, and the third bypoll of MCDs.

Despite the fact that the party did not win the poll, Gupta said it hasn't been defeated.Our vote percentage has increased, and it is true that we lost by a small margin, he said.In June 2020, Gupta was announced as the President of Delhi as a resemblance to MP Manoj Tiwari.As there was a three-term anti-incumbency campaign, he said he had put up a good showing, but the group made it to 104 wards in the MCD polls, finishing close behind him.

Apart from the success, the Guptas term is also expected to end in the next few months, according to party leaders.The national BJP's organizational elections are set to take place before 2023.They said that organisational restructure should be undertaken in 50% of the state units before any changes in the national system, as per the party's constitution.

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