Delhi Election: Twist in BJP, 'dictator' Kiran Bedi's aide withdraws resignation

New Delhi, Feb 2: A latest twist in the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Delhi surprised everyone on Monday, Feb 2. The ad campaign aide of Kiran Bedi -- Narendra Tandon finally withdrew his resignation.

Hours after calling Bedi a 'dictator', Tandon on Monday regretted his decision of resigning from the party. Tandon claimed that he apologise to the party and its chief Amit Shah. [Delhi Election 2015: Complete Coverage]

Kiran Bedi

Tandon, who was the campaign assistant of BJP's Chief Ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi, quit the party accusing her of adopting "dictatorial" attitude. [Battleground Delhi: Kiran Bedi's campaign aide quits, accuses her of dictatorial attitude]

Tandon had said that it was difficult for him to continue his work with Bedi. BJP, however, said his resignation would not leave any impact on its election preparations as he was a "low-level" functionary and his performance was "not impressive".

Commenting on Tando and his resignation, BJP spokesperson earlier was quoted as saying, "His past record is not very impressive. He has created trouble for the party in the past as well. He had filed nomination against party candidate Rajni Abbi in the 2013 assembly polls in Timarpur constituency."

Now, it will be interesting to see how BJP would react to Tandon's latest move of withdrawing the resignation ahead of Delhi assembly election which is scheduled to be held on Feb 7. Vote counting will be held on Feb 10.

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