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Delhi Election 2020 Date and Schedule


The Election Commission of India has sounded the bugle of 70-member Delhi assembly election. The much-awaited single-phase assembly polls are scheduled to be held on February 8 and counting of votes will take place on February 11. The model code of conduct has come into effect after the announcement of the election schedule.

Here is the schedule for the single-phase Delhi assembly polls announced by the Election Commission of India on Monday, January 6, 2020.

Election EpisodeDate
Notification to be issued onJanuary 14, 2020
Last Date for filing nominationJanuary 21, 2020
Date of scrutiny nominationsJanuary 22, 2020
Last Date for Withdrawal of candidatureJanuary 24, 2020
Date of ElectionFebruary 8, 2020
Date of ResultFebruary 11, 2020

Chief Electoral Officer Sunil Arora, whose tenure is going to end on February 22, said that he had held a meeting with Chief Secretary and senior officials last month about holding elections.



Delhi Elections Candidates List 2020



AC. No.AC. NameAAPBJPINCBSPIND
1NarelaSharad ChauhanNeel Daman KhatriSiddharth KunduMahender ChaudharyAditi
2BurariSanjeev Jha    
3TimarpurDilip PandeySurendra Singh BittuAmar Lata Sangwan  
4Adarsh NagarPawan SharmaRaj Kumar BhatiaMukesh Kumar GoelChander PalVijay Kr Aggarwal
5BadliAjesh YadavVijay Kumar BhagatDevender YadavLaxman KumarVikash Kumar
6RithalaMahinder GoyalManish ChaudharyPradeep Kumar Pandey   
7BawanaJai Bhagwan UpkarRavindra Kumar Indraj Surender Kumar  
8MundkaDharampal LakraAzad SinghNaresh Kumar  
9KirariRituraj JhaAnil Jha-  
10Sultan pur MajraMukesh Kumar AhlawatRam Chander ChawriyaJai KishanNeelamGayatri
11Nangloi JatRaghuvinder ShokeenSuman LataMandeep SinghSandeepRakesh Sharma
12Mangol PuriRakhi BidlanKaram Singh KarmaRajesh Lilotia  
13RohiniRajesh Nama BansiwalaVijendra GuptaSumesh Gupta  
14Shalimar BaghBandana KumariRekha GuptaJ. S. NayolMohitShehnaz
15Shakur BastiSatyendra JainSuresh Chand VatsDev Raj AroraAsha Ram 
16Tri NagarJitender TomarTilak Ram GuptaKamal Kant SharmaArunaBaljeet
17WazirpurRajesh GuptaDr Mahender NagpalHarikishan JindalMustqim AhmedBalwant Kumar Parjapati
18Model TownAkhilesh Pati TripathiKapil MishraAkansha Ola  
19Sadar BazarSom DuttJay PrakashSatbir Sharma  
20Chandni ChowkParlad Singh SawhneySuman Kumar GuptaAlka Lamba  
21Matia MahalShoaih IghalRavinder GuptaMirza Javed AliTej RamShoaibuddin
22Ballimaranlmran I lussainLata SodhiHaroon Yusuf  
23Karol BaghVishesh RaviYogender ChandoliaGourav KumarLekhraj JatavRahul Bharti
24Patel NagarRaaj Kumar AnandParvesh Ratan Krishna Tirath  
25Moti NagarShiv Charan GodSubhash SachdevaRamesh PopliNitya Nand SinghNarender Goel
26MadipurGirish SoniKailash SankhlaJai Prakash Panwar  
27Rajouri GardenDhanwati ChandelaRamesh KhannaAmandeep SinghHarchint Singh AroraManish Chandila
28Hari NagarRajkumari DhillonTejendra Pal Bagga-Surender Setia  
29Tilak NagarJarnail SinghRajeev Babbar-Raminder Singh Bamrah   
30JanakpuriRajesh RishiAshish Sood Radhika Khera  
31VikaspuriMahinder YadavSanjay SinghMukesh SharmaKrishna Thakur 
32Uttam NagarNaresh BalyanKrishna Gehlot-  
33DwarkaVinay Kumar MishraParduymn RajputAdarsh ShastriAshokGautam Singh Bihari
34MatialaGulab Singh YadavRajesh GahlotSumesh ShokeenSher Singh 
35NajafgarhKailash GahlotAjeet SinghSahab SinghManoj KumarRaghunandan
36BijwasanBS JoonSat Prakash RanaParveen RanaDeepakKameshwar Thakur
37PalamBhavna GaurVijay Pandit-  
38Delhi CanttVirender Singh KadianManish SinghSandeep TanwarNand Kishore BeniwalSachin
39Rajinder NagarRaghav ChadhaRp SinghRocky Tuseed  
40New DelhiArvind KejriwalSunil YadavRomesh Sabharwal  
41JangpuraPraveen KumarImrit Singh Bakshi Talvinder Singh Marwah   
42Kasturba NagarMadan LalRavinder ChoudhryAbhishek DuttKhem Chand 
43Malviya NagarSomnath BhartiShailendra Singh Moti Neetu Verma  
44R.K. PuramParmila TokasAnil SharmaPriyanka Singh   
45MehrauliNaresh YadavKusum KhatriA A Mahender ChaudharyKamal Singh 
46ChhatarpurKartar Singh TanwarBrahm Singh TanwarSatish LohiaSuraj BhartiHarsh Nath Verma
47DeoliPrakash JarwalArvind KumarArvinder SinghRavi Kumar 
48Ambedkar NagarAjay DuttKhushi Ram ChunarYaduraj ChoudharySatishRashmi
49Sangam ViharDinesh Mohaniya Poonam Azad   
50Greater KailashSaurabh BharadwajShikha RoySukhbir Singh PawarRajbir SinghLukman Khan
51KalkajiAtishiDharamveer Singh Shivani Chopra  
52TughlakabadSahi Ram PehlwanVikram Bidhuri Shubam Sharma  
53BadarpurRam Singh NetajiRamveer Singh BidhuriPramod Kumar Yadav  
54OkhlaAmanatullah KhanBrahm SinghParvez Hashmi   
55TrilokpuriRohit Kumar MehrauliaKiranVijay KumarRaghu Raj SinghKavita Rani Singh
56KondliKuldeep Kumar (Monu)Rajkumar DhillonAmreesh Goutham  
57PatparganjManish SisodiaRavinder Singh NegiLaxman RawatRakeshS Kumar
58Laxmi NagarNitin TyagiAbhay Kumar VermaHari Dutt SharmaJai Ram Lal 
59Vishwas NagarDeepak SinglaOm Prakash SharmaGurcharan SinghDileep GautamNeesha
60Krishna NagarSK BaggaAnil GoyalAshok Walia  
61Gandhi NagarNaveen Choudhary (Deepu)Anil Kumar BajpaiArvinder Singh LovelyTikraj SinghMukesh Kumar
62ShahdaraRam Niwas GoyalSanjay GoyaNarender NathIndu 
63SeemapuriRajendra Pal Gautam-Veer Singh Dhingan  
64Rohtas NagarSarita SinghJitender KumarVipin SharmaTrivenderMukesh Babu Saxena
65SeelampurAbdul RehmanKaushal MishraMateen Ahmed   
66GhondaSD SharmaAjay MahawarBhisham Sharma  
67BabarpurGopal RaiNaresh GaurAnveeksha Jain  
68GokalpurCh. Surendra KumarRanjeet SinghS P SinghPraveen Kumar 
69MustafabadHaji YunusJagdish Pradhan Ali Mehndi   
70Karawal NagarDurgesh PathakMohan Singh Bisht Arbind Singh 


New election laws

Election Commission (EC) has made some important changes so that people of all ages can cast their vote easily. The new rules will allow absentee voters who are unable to reach polling stations due to different reasons of inabilities to participate in the elections. Disabled persons and senior citizens of over 80 years of age can avail the facility to exercise their franchise through postal ballot.

The Election Commission is adamant about providing pick and drive facility for all senior citizens so that they can easily cast their vote without any heckling. The Election Commission has decided to deploy 90,000 officials to conduct free and fair elections. Overall, 13,750 polling stations will be set up for Delhi polls.

Out of 70 seats in Delhi assembly, there are 58 general category seats, 12 seats are reserved for Schedule Caste (SC), and not a single seat is reserved for the Scheduled Tribes (ST) in Delhi. Apart from this, there are a total 1,46,92,136 voters in Delhi including 80.55 lakh males and 66.35 lakh females.

The tussle for govt formation

Which party will form the government in Delhi? It is a million-dollar question. At the outset, either AAP or BJP will form the next government, as far as the Congress party is concerned if it supports AAP, then this party can share power otherwise the oldest party of India will have to sit in the assembly as an opposition. The pertinent question for now is: will BJP dislodge the ruling AAP party, or AAP will once again retain the power? What would be the role of the grand old party? In the 2015 elections, the Congress party failed to open its account.

Momentum picking up

As usual, before the Delhi elections, the blame game has started, and political parties are busy in mudslinging and defaming each other. Every party wants to present itself as a prospect of development and empathy to attract the voters. At present, the country is passing through a bad phase to solve specific issues, which must be made the poll agenda. The controversial issues like National Register of Citizens (NRC), Citizenship Amendment Act, Ram Mandir, air pollution, women's safety, statehood demand for Delhi apart from this slowdown of the economy, rise of unemployment, soaring prices of essential commodities and clash in Jawahar Lal Nehru University (JNU) and Jamia Millia Islamia are the vital subjects to be raised by the political parties to entice the voters.

BJP set to dislodge AAP

The BJP is not behind; the party hosted a big rally last month at Delhi's Ramlila Maidan, where prime minister Narendra Modi targeted the opposition parties over the violence of CAA in the country. Union Home Minister Amit Shah had said the saffron party has emerged as an alternative in the national capital given people's growing disenchantment with the Aam Aadmi Party government.

The saffron party will also raise the issue of Ram Temple in Ayodhya to entice the voters. The prime minister himself is an excellent orator who can lure voters merely by his enchanting speeches to unseat the ruling AAP party in Delhi. But BJP needs to punch above its weight to unseat the Kejriwal-led AAP government. However, an election is a game of uncertainty like cricket. Nothing is impossible.

AAP prepares to woo voters

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is likely to unveil his government's development work such as the Mohalla clinics, model school works, free bus services for women, changing the colour of unauthorised colony and working to make them authorised and so on. Apart from this, free and subsidised 24-hour electricity has given lots of respites, especially to the downtrodden of society. Improvement in the water supply and opening of new hospitals are the works which can fetch votes for the AAP party. Full statehood is another hot demand for AAP to function independently.

AAP ropes in poll strategist

Kejriwal has left no stone unturned and roped in poll strategist Prashant Kishore to help the party to come to power for the second consecutive time.'Ache beete paanch saal, lage raho Kejriwal',AAP launched this slogan last month to woo the Delhi voters. Kishore had played a decisive role in the Bihar assembly election. His magical strategy may change the complexion of the election results in Delhi. It is undeniable that AAP is finding itself in the comfort zone at this moment.

Congress looks optimistic

The Congress may shake hands with AAP before or after the polls. But they failed to do so in the 2019 Lok Sabha election. The grand old party is looking optimistic about getting a clear majority. The Delhi Congress has established a poll "war room" at the party office on DDU Marg. The objective behind this war room is to provide support to party candidates; volunteers are gearing up to go door to door to make contact with party workers and leaders in all the constituencies.

It seems that a fierce battle is on the cards of the contesting political parties in the upcoming Delhi polls. In 2015 elections, AAP bagged 67 seats while the BJP won just three seats and the Congress was not able to open its account. But in 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP bagged all the seven seats in Delhi. In this assembly polls, the AAP is gearing up to go all out to win the confidence of the voters in Delhi. The field is wide open for the triangular contest with plenty of time left to finalize the poll strategy. But in Delhi, the real fight is between the prime minister Narendra Modi and chief minister Arvind Kejriwal.

Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Delhi

The Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Delhi is Dr. Ranbir Singh, He heads the state election commission. He can be contacted at 011-23977130 (office) and 23969611 (fax).

 

List of the Assembly Constituencies in Delhi

 
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)   


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Last Updated on : January 22, 2020