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I Was Not Asked to Campaign in MCD Polls, Says Former CM Sheila Dikshit

Congress leader and former Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit on Tuesday said that she was not asked to campaign for MCD polls, which she felt, her party should have contested more aggressively.

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Updated:April 26, 2017, 11:06 AM IST
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I Was Not Asked to Campaign in MCD Polls, Says Former CM Sheila Dikshit
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New Delhi: After the drubbing in the MCD polls, Congress leader and former Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit on Tuesday said that she was not asked to campaign for the polls, which she felt, her party should have contested more aggressively.

“I am not sure what went wrong. We should have campaigned aggressively. All I can say is that I was not asked to campaign,” said Dikshit. She added that there was always something to learn from every loss.

“This loss does not mean that Congress is finished. We are going through a bad phase. Even BJP was out of action for a very long time before it sprung back,” said the former Delhi CM.

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Commenting on the EVM issue, she said it was important for the government and the Election Commission to work towards erasing any doubt that people might have.

“Those who lose say EVMs are faulty. Those who win say they’re perfectly alright. We never said a word about EVMs after our win in Punjab. The doubt on use of EVMs, however, must be solved,” she said.

| Edited by: Huma Tabassum
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