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    Political activity is increasing in Delhi due to the upcoming Lok Sabha Election in 2024. Opposition party leaders are trying to strengthen their control over the capital. As part of this effort, Rajkumar Ballan, president of the Ghazipur vegetable market of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) from the North East, and Anil Jha, vice president of the Aam Aadmi Party Purvanchal Morcha, have left their party and joined the BJP.

    MP Manoj Tiwari and Delhi BJP state president Virendra Sachdeva welcomed both AAP leaders who joined the BJP. They expressed happiness over their decision and praised their previous work for AAP. The BJP MLA Ajay Mahawar was also present at the event.

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    Manoj Tiwari explained that many people are still unhappy with the Aam Aadmi Party’s policies. He mentioned that the president of the Ghazipur vegetable market resigned from AAP and joined the BJP, which they fully support. Tiwari believes that this addition will make the BJP even stronger in Delhi.

    Rajkumar Ballan, who switched from AAP to BJP, shared his experience. He initially joined AAP because he believed in their high political and moral values. However, he became disillusioned with the party due to the discrepancy between CM Arvind Kejriwal’s words and actions. Ballan mentioned that Kejriwal is now trying to collaborate with people he used to criticize. Realizing that he was not in the right place, Ballan contacted Manoj Tiwari and the Delhi State President to join the BJP, as he feels like part of a family in the party.

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