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Delhi Assembly Election Results 2015

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Party wise Delhi Election Result 2015


Party wise Delhi Election Result 2013

Delhi Constituency Wise 2015 Winning Candidates List

A. C. No.Assembly Constituency NameWinner Candidates NamePartyVotesRunner-UPPartyVotesWin Margin
1NarelaSharad KumarAAP96143Neel Daman KhatriBJP5585140292
2BurariSanjeev JhaAAP124724Gopal JhaBJP5677467950
3TimarpurPankaj PushkarAAP64477Rajni AbbiBJP4383020647
4Adarsh NagarPawan Kumar SharmaAAP54026Ram Kishan SinghalBJP3328520741
5BadliAjesh YadavAAP72795Devender YadavINC3741935376
6RithalaMohinder GoyalAAP93470Kulwant RanaBJP6421929251
7BawanaVed ParkashAAP109259Gugan SinghBJP5923650023
8MundkaSukhvir SinghAAP94206Azad SinghBJP5338040826
9KirariRituraj GovindAAP97727Anil JhaBJP5255545172
10Sultanpur MajraSandeep KumarAAP80269Parbhu DayalBJP1583064439
11Nangloi JatRaghuvinder ShokeenAAP83259Manoj Kumar ShokeenBJP4623537024
12Mangol PuriRakhi BirlaAAP60534Raj Kumar ChauhanINC3783522699
13RohiniVijender KumarBJP59866C.L. GuptaAAP544995367
14Shalimar BaghBandana KumariAAP62656Rekha GuptaBJP5167810978
15Shakur BastiSatyendar JainAAP51530S C VatsBJP483973133
16Tri NagarJitender Singh TomarAAP63012Nand Kishore GargBJP4070122311
17WazirpurRajesh GuptaAAP61208Dr. Mahander NagpalBJP3916422044
18Model TownAkhilesh Pati TripathiAAP54628Vivek GargBJP3792216706
19Sadar BazarSom DuttAAP67507Parveen Kumar JainBJP3319234315
20Chandni ChowkAlka LambaAAP36756Suman Kumar GuptaBJP1846918287
21Matia MahalAsim Ahmed KhanAAP47584Shoaib IqbalINC2148826096
22BallimaranImran HussainAAP57118Shayam Lal MorwalBJP2324133877
23Karol BaghVishesh RaviAAP67429Yogender ChandoliyaBJP3454932880
24Patel NagarHazari Lal ChauhanAAP68868Krishna TirathBJP3423034638
25Moti NagarShiv Charan GoelAAP60223Subhash SachdevaBJP4500215221
26MadipurGirish SoniAAP66571Raj KumarBJP3718429387
27Rajouri GardenJarnail SinghAAP54916Manjinder Singh SirsaSAD4488010036
28Hari NagarJagdeep SinghAAP65814Avtar Singh HitBJP3931826496
29Tilak NagarJarnail SinghAAP57180Rajiv BabbarBJP3729019890
30JanakpuriRajesh RishiAAP71802Prof. Jagdish MukhiBJP4622225580
31VikaspuriMahinder YadavAAP132437Sanjay SinghBJP5477277665
32Uttam NagarNaresh BalyanAAP85881Pawan SharmaBJP5546230419
33DwarkaAdarsh ShastriAAP79729Parduymn RajputBJP4036339366
34MatialaGulab SinghAAP127665Rajesh GahlotBJP8066147004
35NajafgarhKailash GahlotAAP55598Bharat SinghINLD540431555
36BijwasanCol Devinder SehrawatAAP65006Sat Prakash RanaBJP4547019536
37PalamBhavna GaurAAP82637Dhram Dev SolankiBJP5178830849
38Delhi CanttSurender SinghAAP40133Karan Singh TanwarBJP2893511198
39Rajinder NagarVijender Garg VijayAAP61354R. P. SinghBJP4130320051
40New DelhiArvind KejriwalAAP57213Nupur SharmaBJP2563031583
41JangpuraPraveen KumarAAP43927Maninder Singh DhirBJP2347720450
42Kasturba NagarMadan LalAAP50766Ravinder ChoudhryBJP3487015896
43Malviya NagarSomnath BhartiAAP51196Dr. Nandani SharmaBJP3529915897
44R.K. PuramParmila TokasAAP54645Anil Kumar SharmaBJP3557719068
45MehrauliNaresh YadavAAP58125Sarita ChaudharyBJP4117416951
46ChhatarpurKartar Singh TanwarAAP67645Brahm Singh TanwarBJP4540522240
47DeoliPrakashAAP96530Arvind KumarBJP3259363937
48Ambedkar NagarAjay DuttAAP66632Ashok KumarBJP2417242460
49Sangam ViharDinesh MohaniyaAAP72131Shiv Charan Lal GuptaBJP2814343988
50Greater KailashSaurabh BharadwajAAP57589Rakesh Kumar GullaiyaBJP4300614583
51KalkajiAvtar Singh KalkajiAAP55104Harmeet Singh KalkaBJP3533519769
52TughlakabadSahi RamAAP64311Vikram BidhuriBJP3061033701
53BadarpurNarayan Dutt SharmaAAP94242Ramvir Singh BidhuriBJP4665947583
54OkhlaAmanatullah KhanAAP104271Braham SinghBJP3973964532
55TrilokpuriRaju DhinganAAP74907Kiran VaidyaBJP4515329754
56KondliManoj KumarAAP63185Hukam SinghBJP3842624759
57PatparganjManish SisodiaAAP75477Vinod Kumar BinnyBJP4671628761
58Laxmi NagarNitin TyagiAAP58229B. B. TyagiBJP533834846
59Vishwas NagarOm Prakash SharmaBJP58124Dr. Atul GuptaAAP4796610158
60Krishna NagarS K BaggaAAP65919Kiran BediBJP636422277
61Gandhi NagarAnil Kumar BajpaiAAP50946JitenderBJP434647482
62ShahdaraRam Niwas GoelAAP58523Jitender Singh ShuntyBJP4679211731
63SeemapuriRajendra Pal GautamAAP79777KaramvirBJP3095648821
64Rohtas NagarSarita SinghAAP62209Jitender MahajanBJP543357874
65SeelampurMohd. IshraqueAAP57302Sanjay JainBJP2941527887
66GhondaShri Dutt SharmaAAP60906Sahab Singh ChauhanBJP528138093
67BabarpurGopal RaiAAP75928Naresh GaurBJP4044035488
68GokalpurFateh SinghAAP71240Ranjeet SinghBJP3927231968
69MustafabadJagdish PradhanBJP58388Hasan AhmedINC523576031
70Karawal NagarKapil MishraAAP101865Mohan Singh BishtBJP5743444431


Delhi Election News and Updates

Record Breaking Victory for AAP

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has created yet another history by winning 67 out of 70 seats in the Delhi Assembly elections 2015. After the final declaration of the results, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) managed to win only three seats. The Indian National Congress (INC) could not open its account in the Delhi Assembly. With this spectacular victory, AAP and its chief Arvind Kejriwal has received congratulation notes from many notable personalities and politicians of the country. As per media reports, the CM designate Arvind Kejriwal, will take the oath on 14 February 2015 at Ramlila Maidan.  

Parmila Tokas of AAP wins in RK Puram constituency with a margin of 19068 votes. 

AAP’s Amanatullah Khan wins from Okhla seat. 

Anil Kumar Bajpai from Gandhi Nagar, Shri Dutt Sharma from Ghonda, Kapil Mishra from Karawal Nagar, Girish Soni from Madipur, Asim Ahmed Khan from Matia Mahal, Raju Dhingan from Trilokpuri – all AAP’s candidates have won from their respective constituencies.   

Latest Update: AAP has already won 60 seats and BJP has won 3. AAP is leading in the remaining 7. 

Mahinder Yadav, AAP’s candidate wins from Vikas Puri constituency with a margin of 77, 665 votes.  

AAP’s Pawan Kumar Sharma wins from Adarsh Nagar seat. 

AAP’s Rakhi Birla wins from Mangolpuri constituency. 

BJP’s Om Prakash Sharma wins from Vishwas Nagar constituency. 

AAP’s Fateh Singh from Gokalpur and Saurabh Bharadwaj from Greater Kailash win. Manish Sisodia wins from Patparganj seat. 

The days of political uncertainty are over in Delhi, where fresh Assembly elections were held recently. The polling for the 70 seats of Delhi Assembly was held on 7 February 2015, and the counting of votes will take place on 10 February 2015.

With the successful execution of the polls, the speculations have begun about the formation of the next government in the national capital. As per a recent India TV-CVoter exit poll, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) may win 35-43 seats, and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) may get 25-33 seats. A majority of exit polls predict that AAP may manage to grab the maximum seats, marking an improvement over its past performance in the 2013 Assembly polls, when it had secured 28 seats. As for the Indian National Congress (INC), it would be left with zero to five seats only.

Another exit poll, the News 24 Chanakya, whose predictions were right for both Lok Sabha election 2014 and Delhi Assembly election 2013; predicts that AAP will win with a majority by cornering 48 seats. It also predicts that the BJP will win only 22 seats and the INC would not even be able to open its account in Delhi Assembly election.

The Prospects of BJP, AAP and INC:

The BJP, AAP and the INC are all set to fight a highly complex and pitched battle for the 70-member Delhi Assembly.

The BJP is obviously feeling upbeat after its impressive showing in the general election 2014 and Assembly elections of several states thereafter. It also has a trump card in the form of Kiran Bedi as its chief ministerial candidate. Some former members of AAP and INC like Shazia Ilmi, Vinod Kumar Binny and Krishna Tirath too have joined the BJP in the recent past.

The Congress is now a pale shadow of its illustrious past, when it ruled over Delhi for 15 years. But by appointing senior leader Ajay Maken as the chairman of its campaign committee for Delhi Assembly polls, and fielding Kiran Walia as its candidate against Arvind Kejriwal for New Delhi Assembly seat, the INC is trying its best to salvage its reputation.

The AAP has emerged as a serious contender for power in the 2015 Delhi Assembly polls. It is giving a tough fight to BJP, notwithstanding the charismatic appeal of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the woman of substance - Kiran Bedi.

Scenario in Delhi Elections 2015 after Delhi Elections 2013:

The February 2015 Delhi Assembly Elections are quite different from the 2013 Assembly elections which were all about the historic success of the newly formed AAP. As the AAP-led government lasted just 49 days, the President's rule was imposed in the city-state and the state assembly kept under suspended animation. The BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government could not drag its feet further as the AAP alleged that the BJP was poaching its MLAs to somehow form its government. With the dissolution of the Delhi assembly, the stage was set for the 2015 polls to the Delhi Legislative Assembly.

Both the BJP and the AAP are leaving nothing to chance in the run-up to the Assembly polls. But the Congress has been left way behind in its poll preparedness. It has come out with the slogan - 'Toot gayi vikas ki dor, chalo ab Congress ki or' - implying a break in the development of the state achieved during the three-term rule of the Sheila Dikshit government. But, it has been running a rather lacklustre, low-key campaign. The reasons are obvious: 2013 has been a year of disaster for the party that had to face poll reversals in the General Elections, apart from Assembly elections in Maharashtra, Haryana, Jharkhand and Jammu and Kashmir.

Summary of Delhi Assembly Election Results 2013



The political greenhorn AAP achieved unprecedented success as it won as many as 28 seats; the INC had to face the ignominy of being left with only 8 out of the 70 Assembly constituencies, and the BJP emerged as the single largest party, winning 31 seats, while one seat went to its ally, the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD). The AAP formed its government with the outside support of the Congress party. But its honeymoon with power proved very short-lived (just 49 days) as Arvind Kejriwal resigned from the Chief Minister's post over the Jan Lokpal Bill issue in February 2011.

Delhi Assembly Election Results 2013

 Delhi Assembly Election Results 2013
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Delhi Assembly Election 2013 Party Wise Results (70 Seats)

State Win Second WinOthers Win
DelhiBJP 32AAP 28INC 8Others 2


Delhi Constituency Wise 2013 Winning Candidates List



Candidate NamePartyConstituency Name
Ram Kishan Singhal BJPAdarsh Nagar
Ashok Kumar AAPAmbedkar Nagar
Naresh Gaur BJPBabarpur
Rambir Singh Bidhuri BJPBadarpur
Devender Yadav CongressBadli
Haroon Yusuf CongressBallimaran
Gugan Singh BJPBawana
Sat Prakash Rana BJPBijwasan
Sanjeev Jha AAPBurari
Parlad Singh Sawhney CongressChandni Chowk
Brahm Singh Tanwar BJPChhatarpur
Surender Singh AAPDelhi Cantt
Prakash AAPDeoli
Parduymn Rajput BJPDwarka
Arvinder Singh Lovely CongressGandhi Nagar
Sahab Singh Chauhan BJPGhonda
Ranjeet Singh BJPGokalpur
Saurabh Bharadwaj AAPGreater Kailash
Jagdeep Singh AAPHari Nagar
Jagdish Mukhi BJPJanakpuri
Maninder Singh Dhir AAPJangpura
Harmeet Singh BJPKalkaji
Mohan Singh Bisht BJPKarawal Nagar
Vishesh Ravi AAPKarol Bagh
Madan Lal AAPKasturba Nagar
Anil Jha BJPKirari
Manoj Kumar AAPKondli
Harsh Vardhan BJPKrishna Nagar
Vinod Kumar Binny AAPLaxmi Nagar
Girish Soni AAPMadipur
Somnath Bharti AAPMalviya Nagar
Rakhi Birla AAPMangol Puri
Shoaib Iqbal JDUMatia Mahal
Rajesh Gahlot BJPMatiala
Parvesh Sahib Singh BJPMehrauli
Akhilesh Pati Tripathi AAPModel Town
Subhash Sachdeva BJPMoti Nagar
Rambir Shokeen INDMundka
Hasan Ahmed CongressMustafabad
Ajeet Singh Kharkhari BJPNajafgarh
Manoj Kumar Shokeen BJPNangloi Jat
Neel Daman Khatri BJPNerela
Arvind Kejriwal AAPNew Delhi
Asif Mohd Khan CongressOkhla
Dharm Dev Solanki BJPPalam
Veena Anand AAPPatel Nagar
Manish Sisodia AAPPatparganj
Anil Kumar Sharma BJPR.K. Puram
R P Singh BJPRajinder Nagar
Manjinder Singh Sirsa SADRajouri Garden
Kulwant Rana BJPRithala
Rajesh Garg AAPRohini
Jitender Kumar BJPRohtas Nagar
Som Dutt AAPSadar Bazar
Dinesh Mohaniya AAPSangam Vihar
Chaudhary Mateen Ahmad CongressSeelam Pur
Dharmender Singh AAPSeemapuri
Jitender Shigh Shunty BJPShahdara
Satyender Kumar Jain AAPShakur Basti
Bandana Kumari AAPShalimar Bagh
Jai Kishan CongressSultan Pur Majra
Jarnail Singh AAPTilak Nagar
Harish Khanna AAPTimarpur
Nand Kishore Garg BJPTri Nagar
Raju AAPTrilokpuri
Ramesh Bidhuri BJPTughlakabad
Pawan Sharma BJPUttam Nagar
Mahinder Yadav AAPVikaspuri
Om Prakash Sharma BJPVishwas Nagar
Dr Mahander Nagpal BJPWazirpur


 

Delhi Constituencies wise Election Results

 
Const. No.ConstituencyConst. No.ConstituencyConst. No.Constituency
1Narela25Moti Nagar48Ambedkar Nagar (SC)
2 Burari26 Madipur (SC)49 Sangam Vihar
3 Timarpur27 Rajouri Garden50 Greater Kailash
4 Adarsh Nagar28 Hari Nagar51 Kalkaji
5 Badli29 Tilak Nagar52 Tughlakabad
6 Rithala30 Janakpuri53 Badarpur
7 Bawana (SC)31 Vikaspuri54 Okhla
8 Mundka32 Uttam Nagar55 Trilokpuri (SC)
9 Kirari33 Dwarka56 Kondli (SC)
10 Sultan Pur Majra (SC)34 Matiala57 Patparganj
11 Nangloi Jat35 Najafgarh58 Laxmi Nagar
12 Mangol Puri (SC)36Bijwasan59 Vishwas Nagar
13 Rohini37 Palam60 Krishna Nagar
14 Shalimar Bagh38 Delhi Cantt61 Gandhi Nagar
15 Shakur Basti39 Rajinder Nagar62 Shahdara
16 Tri Nagar40 New Delhi63 Seemapuri (SC)
17 Wazirpur41 Jangpura64 Rohtas Nagar
18 ModelTown42 Kasturba Nagar65 Seelam Pur
19 Sadar Bazar43 Malviya Nagar66 Ghonda
20 Chandni Chowk44 R.K. Puram67 Babarpur
21 Matia Mahal45 Mehrauli68 Gokalpur (SC)
22 Ballimaran46 Chhatarpur69 Mustafabad
23 Karol Bagh (SC)47Deoli (SC)70 Karawal Nagar
24Patel Nagar (SC)   


No clear majority in Delhi

The poll predictions of a hung assembly came true. The AAP surprised everyone with 28 seats. More importantly, the party stopped the BJP in its tracks, forcing it at 32 seats, 4 short of the required majority. The Congress scored only eight seats, failing to reach even the double digits.

Kejriwal defeated Sheila Dikshit, writing history

Most would not even have considered it. And indeed, many thought it was pure arrogance on the part of Arvind Kejriwal to challenge the three-time CM Sheila Dikshit in a one on one fight. But he did, against all odds, and won. More interestingly, the victory was not only symbolic, but a thumping one.

Sheila Dikshit resigned as the chief minister of Delhi

Sheila Dikshit, who had ruled the capital city for 15 long years, sent her resignation to the Lt. Governor. The party was spoiled by the BJP as much as by the newcomer Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). What was even more ignominious for Sheila Dikshit was that she lost from her home constituency, New Delhi.

Dr. Harsh Vardhan, the 'clean and honest' politician, managed to pull in enough voters to get his party a majority. At the same time, Modi's presence had worked in the party's favour, as he did tour Delhi as part of his 2014 campaign.

The AAP managed to silence its critics who said that the party was not a key player in this election. The voter base of the BJP looked largely intact.

Poll Stats

In the 2013 assembly polls, Delhi proved wrong the age-old dictum that "people in cities do not vote". This election witnessed a record turnout of 66 per cent, which was 8 per cent up from the last elections. According to analysts, two major factors this time where the widespread appeal of the AAP, and the historically high dissatisfaction with the INC.

Seemapuri in northeast Delhi was the constituency with the highest turnout, of over 72 per cent. This was 10 per cent higher than from the last elections. The New Delhi constituency, from where Arvind Kejriwal challenged Sheila Dikshit, also saw 66 per cent turnout, much higher than the last year's 56 per cent.

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Last Updated on : February 10, 2015, 5:55 PM IST