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Delhi Congress vote share improves from 4% to 22%. Delhi Congress In-charge, Shaktisinh Gohil express Thanks to Congress supporters.

Delhi Congress In-charge

The grand old party of India has succeeded in winning the confidence of People back in Delhi during the recent MCD bypolls as the Delhi Congress vote share improved from 4% in 2020 assembly elections to 22% in the current elections.

Delhi Congress In-charge & Member of Parliament, Shaktisinh Gohil mentioned “My Sincere thanks to each and every Congress worker who has been working selflessly in this hour of crisis”.

Congress leader Zubair Ahmad Chaudhary won from Chauhan Bangar ward by 10,642 votes. Congress workers and supporters were seen celebrating the win.

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