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Delhi Assembly Election 2020

DELHI Result 2020

NCT OF DELHI [70 / 70]
PARTY WON
   AAP 62
   BJP 8
   INC 0
   OTH 0

DELHI ASSEMBLY CONSTITUENCIES

Constituency Winner Party % Votes polled
Badli Ajesh Yadav AAP 49.67
Mangol Puri (SC) Rakhi Birla AAP 58.53
Mustafabad Haji Yunus AAP 53.2
Narela Sharad Kumar AAP 52.06
Burari Sanjeev Jha AAP 62.81
Timarpur Dilip Pandey AAP 57.6
Adarsh Nagar Pawan Sharma AAP 45.2
Rithala Mahinder Goyal AAP 52.63
Bawana (SC) Jai Bhagwan Upkar AAP 48.38
Mundka Dharampal Lakra AAP 53.78
Kirari Rituraj Jha AAP 49.77
Sultanpur Majra (SC) Mukesh Kumar Ahlawat AAP 66.51
Nangloi Jat Raghuvinder Shokeen AAP 49.21
Shalimar Bagh Bandana Kumari AAP 49.41
Shakur Basti Satyendar Jain AAP 51.6
Tri Nagar Preeti Tomar AAP 52.38
Wazirpur Rajesh Gupta AAP 52.64
Model Town Akhilesh Pati Tripathi AAP 52.58
Sadar Bazar Som Dutt AAP 55.71
Chandni Chowk Parlad Singh Sawhney AAP 65.92
Ballimaran Imran Hussain AAP 64.65
Karol Bagh (SC) Vishesh Ravi AAP 62.23
Patel Nagar (SC) Raaj Kumar Anand AAP 60.81
Moti Nagar Shiv Charan Goel AAP 53.83
Madipur (SC) Girish Soni AAP 56
Hari Nagar Rajkumari Dhillon AAP 53.67
Tilak Nagar Jarnail Singh AAP 62.2
Janakpuri Rajesh Rishi AAP 54.43
Vikaspuri Mahinder Yadav AAP 55.95
Uttam Nagar Naresh Balyan AAP 54.57
Dwarka Vinay Kumar Mishra AAP 52.08
Matiala Gulab Singh AAP 53.2
Bijwasan Bhupinder Singh Joon AAP 45.83
Palam Bhavna Gaur AAP 59.15
Delhi Cantt Virender Singh Kadian AAP 49.17
Rajinder Nagar Raghav Chadha AAP 57.06
New Delhi Arvind Kejriwal AAP 61.1
Jangpura Praveen Kumar AAP 50.88
Kasturba Nagar Madan Lal AAP 40.45
Malviya Nagar Somnath Bharti AAP 57.97
R K Puram Parmila Tokas AAP 52.45
Mehrauli Naresh Yadav AAP 54.27
Chhatarpur Kartar Singh Tanwar AAP 49.13
Deoli (SC) Prakash Jarwal AAP 61.59
Ambedkar Nagar (SC) Ajay Dutt AAP 62.25
Sangam Vihar Dinesh Mohaniya AAP 64.58
Greater Kailash Saurabh Bharadwaj AAP 55.62
Kalkaji Atishi AAP 52.28
Tughlakabad Sahi Ram AAP 54.51
Badarpur Ram Singh Netaji AAP 47.05
Okhla Amanatullah Khan AAP 66.0
Trilokpuri (SC) Rohit Kumar Mehraulia AAP 52.36
Kondli (SC) Rajkumar Dhillon BJP 39.2
Patparganj Manish Sisodia AAP 49.33
Laxmi Nagar Abhay Kumar Verma BJP 48.04
Krishna Nagar S K Bagga Advocate AAP 49.1
Gandhi Nagar Anil Kumar Bajpai BJP 42.64
Shahdara Ram Niwas Goel AAP 49.53
Seema Puri (SC) Rajendra Pal Gautam AAP 65.82
Rohtas Nagar Jitender Mahajan BJP 51.94
Seelampur Abdul Rehman AAP 56.05
Ghonda Ajay Mahawar BJP 57.55
Babarpur Gopal Rai AAP 59.39
Gokalpur (SC) Ch Surendra Kumar AAP 53.22
Karawal Nagar Mohan Singh Bisht BJP 50.59
Najafgarh Kailash Gahlot AAP 49.86
Rohini Vijender Gupta BJP 53.67
Vishwas Nagar Om Prakash Sharma BJP 52.57
Rajouri Garden Dhanwanti Chandela AAP 55.7
Matia Mahal Shoaib Iqbal AAP 75.96

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Delhi Election 2020


The Delhi election 2020 will be held on 8 February to elect 70 members of the Assembly. The results will be declared on 11 February 2020. The term of the current Assembly, elected in 2015, will expire on 22 February.

This election will be a three-cornered contest among the ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Indian National Congress (INC). The AAP, led by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, had got a thumping majority in the 2015 Assembly election, with the party bagging 67 seats; the BJP had managed to win the remaining three seats. The Congress, which was in power in Delhi for three consecutive terms (from 1998 to 2013), had drawn a blank in the 2015 Assembly election.

The campaigning of Delhi election reached its peak, with the three major parties in the fray — the AAP, Congress, and BJP — launching a political slugfest with anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) protests at the centre of the narrative.

The Model Code of Conduct (MCC) came into force in Delhi after an announcement by Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora on January 27. The campaigning ends on Thursday (February 6) at 5 pm.

There are 13,750 polling stations in Delhi. Out of the 70 seats, 12 are reserved for schedule caste (SC) candidates. According to the chief electoral officer (CEO) Delhi, Ranbir Singh, there are a total of 14.6 million registered voters in Delhi — 8.05 million males and 6.6 million females.

The AAP has fielded its candidates in all 70 seats, the BJP in 67, and Congress in 66. The BJP, which is contesting this election in a pre-poll alliance with the Janata Dal (United) and Lok Jan Shakti Party (LJP), has left two seats for the JD(U) and one for the LJP. Similarly, the Congress has left four seats for its ally Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD). The Kejriwal-led AAP, which has fielded eight women candidates, has denied tickets to 15 sitting MLAs.

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is contesting from the New Delhi Assembly seat, and his deputy Manish Sisodia from Patparganj. Among other prominent faces in the AAP are Raghav Chadha (Rajinder Nagar), Somnath Bharti (Malviya Nagar), Saurabh Bhardwaj (Greater Kailash), Atishi (Kalkaji), Ram Niwas Goyal (Shahdara), Gopal Rai (Babarpur), Kailash Gahlot (Najafgarh) and Satyendar Jain (Shakur Basti).

The BJP has fielded Sunil Yadav against Kejriwal from New Delhi and the Congess has placed its bets on Romesh Sabharwal. The BJP’s Tajinderpal Singh Bagga is contesting from Hari Nagar against the AAP’s Rajkumari Dhillon, while former AAP members Kapil Mishra and Alka Lamba are contesting from Model Town and Chandni Chowk for the BJP and Congress, respectively. Out of the 70 candidates of the BJP and its allies, only 6 are women.

Congress has fielded some of the known faces for the upcoming assembly elections in Delhi. Former Delhi ministers Haroon Yusuf, Arvinder Singh Lovely and A K Walia are contest from Ballimaran, Gandhi Nagar and Krishna Nagar, respectively. Former Delhi University Students' Union president Rocky Tuseed is also contesting on a Congress ticket from the Rajinder Nagar constituency.