Who was Sandeep Bhardwaj, AAP leader found dead in Rajouri Garden in Delhi

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Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said he was deeply saddened by the sudden death of the work.

New Delhi: AAP leader Sandeep Bhardwaj was found dead at his Rajouri Garden home in Delhi on Thursday. He was taken to Kukreja Hospital by his friend but was declared ‘brought dead’. Police said Bhardwaj, son of Naresh Bhardwaj, aged 55, was found hanging in his residence. The police is investigating the case. Who was Sandeep Bhardwaj?

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Bhardwaj was the Secretary of the Trade Wing of the Aam Aadmi Party for Delhi. He and his wife were divorced. He had a 20-year-old son and two sisters.

He was a resident of the Rajouri Garden area of ​​the city.

The police have not yet found a suicide note.

He had a marble shop. He was also an active AAP contributor. He had been associated with AAP for more than eight years.

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said he was deeply saddened by the sudden death of the work.

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“My condolences to his relatives in this hour of grief and the entire party stands with Sandeep ji’s relatives in this difficult time,” CM Kejriwal tweeted.

BJP leader Adesh Gupta said the deceased was seeking an AAP ticket for the upcoming MCD elections.

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He said the act was a result of AAP’s alleged dealings in buying and selling tickets.

The MCD elections will take place on December 4 and the vote count will take place on December 7.

The BJP accuses AAP of selling tickets. Three associates of an AAP MLA were arrested by Delhi ACB last week for allegedly taking money by promising MCD poll tickets. The action was taken in response to a complaint from a resident of Kamala Nagar.

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