Losing BJP Candidate Says Will Fulfil Manifesto Promise Anyway, To Start Self-Defence Classes For Women

Ashok Kumar

A BJP candidate is showing that you don’t have to be an elected representative to make a difference in the lives of the people you intend to serve.

BJP’s Tajinder Singh Bagga, who’d lost the Delhi Assembly elections from Hari Nagar constituency by a margin of 15,000 votes, has said that he’ll fulfil a manifesto promise in spite of his loss. “I will open Free self Defense Coaching Centre for Girls in Hari Nagar Vidhanasabha in next 30 Days,” he tweeted. “It was my promise in my manifesto, I lost but i will try my best to fullfil my Promise to my people on my own Capacity,” he added.

Bagga, 34, is a former youth worker, who was made the spokesperson of the Delhi BJP in 2017. This was his first time contesting polls, and he’d run an unconventional campaign. He’d personally gone and visited the Aam Aadmi Party booth in his area to ask for votes, and had also used social media to spread his campaign message.

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