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Harshvardhan files nomination papers from Chandni Chowk


Delhi: Harsh Vardhan files nomination
New Delhi, March 21: BJP's Delhi unit president Harshvardhan on Friday filed his nomination papers from Chandni Chowk parliamentary constituency, and will take on Union Minister and Congress leader Kapil Sibal.

"I'm very happy to contest elections from the locality where I have done my pre-medical schooling. My childhood friends and relatives also reside here. I'm confident of winning from Chandni Chowk," Harshvardhan said after filing his papers.

The Delhi BJP chief said if elected he would develop the area which is a "holy place" as Delhi Assembly, historical Red Fort, Jama Masjid are located here, ensuring that he would treat all the problems plaguing the people of Chandni Chowk "like a doctor".

"BJP is going to win all seven seats of Lok Sabha in the capital. The people of this country will definitely make Narendra Modi the prime minister," he added.

Harshvardhan: BJP is going to win all seven seats of Lok Sabha in the capital

Before his nomination, Harshvardhan along with his supporters visited different areas in Chandni Chowk. Vardhan, 59, had entered the political fray in 1993 when he successfully contested the Delhi Assembly polls from Krishna Nagar constituency in East Delhi in 1993.

He went on to retain the seat in the 1998, 2003 and 2008 Assembly elections. He was also the BJP's chief ministerial candidate for 2013 Assembly elections. Fondly called "Doctor Saab" by supporters and opponents alike, Harshvardhan is known for his efforts in eradicating polio in Delhi when he was the Health Minister.


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