Candidates from various political parties have been holding meetings with the residents of cooperative group housing societies in Dwarka.
Candidates from various political parties seem to be making last-minute efforts to woo the residents of cooperative group housing societies in Dwarka.
This past week, not only the candidates, but also representatives of political parties, MLAs, ex-MLAs and councillors interacted with members of resident welfare associations (RWAs) and managements of societies and DDA pockets.
Dwarka comes under the West Delhi Lok Sabha constituency. Pravesh Verma from BJP, Mahabal Mishra from Congress and Balbir Singh Jakhar from Aam Aadmi Party are contesting the seat.
Recently, Swati Verma – wife of BJP’s incumbent MP, Pravesh Verma – also visited a few societies in the area with ex-MLA, Rajesh Gehlot and councillors Kamaljeet Sehrawat and Nitika Sharma to meet the residents.
Congress candidate, Mahabal Mishra, who was the MP from the area in 2009, recently visited Suruchi CGHS in Sector 10 and interacted with voters. The residents said that the key issues raised during these interactions are problems related to sanitation and civic amenities, which need huge improvement in the area.
Top: AAP MLA Gulab Singh Yadav talking to the residents at Skylark Apartments
in Sector 6. Bottom: Kamaljeet Sehrawat, leader of house, SDMC, recently held
a campaign meeting at Solomon Height Apartments in Sector 19B.