We do not delete questions on request
When you submit material to the site you grant the site an irrevocable license to use the material, forever. We do not remove material on request, and especially not when others have put work into submitting their own material as answers.
Your question currently does not meet our rules for being deleted, and so it will remain.
Editing is not optional
This license also grants others (i.e., us) permission to edit your material to follow out content rules.
This site is designed from the ground up to be edited. As the help page “Why can people edit my posts? How does editing work?” says (emphasis mine),
Editing is important for keeping questions and answers clear, relevant, and up-to-date. If you are not comfortable with the idea of your contributions being collaboratively edited by other trusted users, this may not be the site for you.
If you do not ever want your questions edited, don’t post them on this site.
You may request to have your identity removed from the question
The license also guarantees you the right to disavow any relationship to the material we have a license to use. You may request your account be dissociation from a post, without any need to justify it.
For detailed instructions about account dissociation, please see How do I remove my name from a post, in accordance with CC BY-SA 3.0?
Reposting a new question is fine
You were asked to post your other question in its own question post. Doing that is a good idea.
Reposting the same question is a bad idea
Reposting the same question to avoid content rules and editing will result in the reposted question being closed.
Repeated reposting can result in account privileges being temporarily suspended.