No outside pressure, my own decision to resign: BJP leader in Delhi, Adesh Gupta

Delhi BJP president Adesh Gupta resigned from his position on Sunday . He says he resigned on his own after the party lost to the Aam Aadmi Party in the MCD elections .

Following the party's defeat to the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) polls, Delhi BJP president Adesh Gupta resigned from his position on Sunday.He addresses his motivations for resigning, his assessment of the BJP's results, and his future expectations.What was the cause?Some are saying that your presidency was coming to an end?No, there are only four-five months left before I end.Following the party's dismal results in the Municipal Corporation of (MCD) elections, I resigned on my own.

My resignation has been accepted and I will continue to work.There is no one to pressure the BJP.Why did the party lose the election?Was there a problem that the group may have overlooked?

We lost by a small margin, but overall, the vote rate and results were positive.The BJP will continue to play a key role in the MCD house and would be a strong opposition group.Is there any opposition from above to resign?Did you get enough support from the MCD house?

I was given total support from both the national unit and the state unit, as well as the federal unit.I thank the senior leaders for believing in me and giving me the opportunity to monitor the MCD polls.Throughout the polling process, I have received utterly gratitude from all parties.Was there any opposition from officials and state units?A political party is also like a family in that there is a relationship of opinion and thought.

I will do whatever work and responsibilities the party has given me, regardless of whether or not they give me them.The next step will be to plan and execute for the 2024 elections, and Gayathri Mani is a Senior Correspondent with.She

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