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Chandni Chowk Lok Sabha Elections Update 2019

Chandni Chowk - Upcoming Update on General (Lok Sabha) Elections 2019 Phase VI

This Parliamentary Constituency will be going for Genetal Election 2019 of Lok Sabha phase VI on 12th May'19


General Election Candidate List 2019
PartyConstituencyCandidate Name
AAPChandni ChowkPankaj Gupta
BJPChandni ChowkDr. Harshvardhan
INCChandni ChowkJ P Agarwal


Chandni Chowk General Election 2014 Results

CandidateParty ABBRVotes
Dr. Harsh VardhanBharatiya Janata PartyBJP437938
AshutoshAam Aadmi PartyAAP301618
Kapil SibalIndian National CongressINC176206
Dildar Hussain BegIndependentIND28605
Narendra Kumar PandeyBahujan Samaj PartyBSP7746
AshutoshIndependentIND4504
Hariom SharmaAll India Trinamool CongressAITC3531
Sanjay GandhiBraj Vikas PartyBRAVP3390
Vijay Shanker ChaubeyIndependentIND1829
Abdul Amir AmiroIndependentIND1765
Ajay Kumar KhemkaKalyankari Jantantrik Party 1643
Jagmohan Singh BakshiAtulya Bharat Party 1553
Gagan RastogiIndependentIND1424
Bir Singh SoniIndependentIND881
Surender SinghIndependentIND789
Balram BariIndependentIND602
Musarrat JahanRashtriya JanmorchaRJMO592
Mohd. MursaleemPeace PartyPECP538
Rashmi KashyapBhartiya Pragatisheel CongressBPC538
Dhan Raj ChauhanNaya Daur PartyNADP308
Jagjeet SinghBharatiya Gaon Taj DalBGTD290
Altaf HusainBhartiya Janta Dal (Integrated)BJDI272
Dr. Tarun KumarVishva Shakti PartyVSP263
Tariq MirzaRepublican Party of India (A)RPI(A)253
Md. AfaqJai Maha Bharath PartyJMBP251
None of the AboveNone of the AboveNOTA4534


Chandni Chowk General Election 2014 Results Analysis

2014 polls in India have been different. These General elections witnessed a fiercer competition than ever among the top leaders of the nation. However, what many people couldn't predict was that the 'Modi' wave would emerge even bigger than imagined.

Many high profile seats in the country which were Congress' bastion for many years saw a change this year just like the Chandni Chowk Lok sabha seat in Delhi where the BJP's candidate Dr. Harsh Vardhan wiped out the Congress' twice winner Kapil Sibal completely off the record this time.

The fight: Kapil Sibal v/s Harsh vardhan

BJP and NaMo very strategically and aptly placed stronger candidates in the areas of Congress' bastion where they wanted the 'Modi' wand to work in favor. This is why BJP analytically positioned their chief ministerial candidate Mr. Harsh Vardhan to compete against the Union minister and also the sitting MP, Mr. Kapil Sibal.

Among this fierce competition was another candidate, the Aam Aadmi Party's Managing editor-turned politician Mr. Ashutosh who, though, was naive in this arena but substituted his ineptness with the display of his exuberance during campaigning.

However, what even Sibal and Ashutosh couldn't assess was that that the brand NaMo is way bigger than his stronghold and his exuberance respectively.

In the previous 2009 General Elections Congress had won all the seven seats from the state including Chandni Chowk where Sibal won with the margin of more than two lacs votes. Also, the fact that even though Sibal ruled in the constituency for the past ten years the residents of the area chose Vardhan over him just highlights the intensity with which voters wanted an anti-incumbent to win in the area and work for their civic issues with an altogether new approach.

The journey: Rise of an invincible opponent

The BJP Delhi President owes his unprecedented win from the constituency to NaMo to a certain extent, if not completely. In the 2013 Delhi Assembly elections Mr. Vardhan completely denied the Lt. Governor' offer for forming a joint government in Delhi which now seemed to have worked in his favor. The AAP government which was later formed with the support of Congress fell flat when it came to the apt governance of the state.

The residents of the constituency who had ever since been truly loyal to the Indian National Congress, this time, were aware of the performances of Congress as well as AAP, hence when the door-to-door extensive campaigning by the BJP candidate started for unmasking the alleged corruption of INC and the alleged nihilism by the AAP, the voters decided to support his cause altogether.

The win: Pleasant Surprise and the Majority that helped

Selecting Dr Harsh Vardhan as BJP's chief ministerial candidate from Delhi and then putting him up against as strong a contender as Sibal in Chandni Chowk was indeed a masterstroke by the Bhartiya Janta Party. The party's assessment of him has now proved to be more than fruitful. Mr. Harsh Vardhan also known as the head of the Pulse Polio Programme, also an ENT doctor, had essentially promised to bring in all the required radical reforms in the area along with a clean and transparent government and he had campaigned likewise for the agenda. Also, all of these promises coming in from someone who was the driving force in the eradication of a disease like polio from the country also promised a new ray of hope for the residents of the constituency.
The former health minister Dr. Vardhan, during the course of campaigning, many a times highlighted various problems of the constituency and the state like price-rise of essentials, increasing pollution, rising crime, unstable power tariffs, poor infrastructure and scams.

The Muslim population in the vicinity is estimated to be about 20% of the total residents and many along with the contesting candidates were expecting that this population will be in favor of 'not BJP'. However, unexpectedly it came into light that many in the constituency irrespective of their castes, creed or color voted for Mr. Vardhan and the 'Modi' brand.

Another factor which helped Vardhan win was that this time BJP worked unitedly and emerged stronger and bigger than ever not only on the state front but also on the national front, thereby making people aware of their agendas. Harsh Vardhan's low profile in the political circuit along with a clean image also seemed to have worked for him and the Nationalist party.

An important truth which was out of everyone's mind here was that be it the Muslims or the Hindus or any others caste members are all the 'common man' of India and these elections saw the masses and the classes come together and opt for the 'NaMo sarkar'.

Chandni Chowk Parliamentary Constituency (Lok Sabha) Election Results





Chandni Chowk Parliamentary Constituency Election 2014 Dates

  • Issue of Notification: 15 Mar (Saturday)
  • Last Date for filing Nominations: 22 Mar (Saturday)
  • Scrutiny of Nominations: 24 Mar (Monday)
  • Last date for withdrawal of Candidature: 26 Mar (Wednesday)
  • Polling Date: 10 April (Thursday)
  • Counting of Votes: 16 May (Friday)
  • Date before which the election shall be Completed: 28 May (Wednesday)

Chandni Chowk Parliamentary Constituency (Lok Sabha) Election Results



YearState NamePC CodePC NamePC TypeWinnerSexPartyTotal VoteRunner upSEXPARTYTotal Vote
1957Delhi2Chandni ChowkGENRadha RamanMINC50758Basant Rao MBJS36361
1962Delhi2Chandni ChowkGENSham NathMINC69508Amrit Lal Jindal MJS40560
1967Delhi5Chandni ChowkGENR. GopalMBJS58928S. Nath MINC41778
1971Delhi5Chandni ChowkGENSubhadra JoshiMINC88907Ram Gopal ShalwaleMBJS43684
1977Delhi5Chandni ChowkGENSikander BakhtMBLD185850Subhadra JoshiMINC69861
1980Delhi5Chandni ChowkGENBhiku Ram JainMINC(I)100624Sikander BakhtMJNP83389
1984Delhi5Chandni ChowkGENJai Parkash AgarwalMINC122069Sikander BakhtMBJP74993
1991Delhi5Chandni ChowkGENTara Chand KhandelwalMBJP80898Jai Prakash Aggrawal S/O Ram CharanMINC78124
1996Delhi5Chandni ChowkGENJai Parkash AgarwalMINC92634J.K. JainMBJP70390
1998Delhi5Chandni ChowkGENVijay GoelMBJP79546Jai Parkash AgarwalMINC75197
1999Delhi5Chandni ChowkGENVijay GoelMBJP74001Jai Prakash AgarwalMINC72006
2004Delhi5Chandni ChowkGENKapil SibalMINC127396Smriti Z. IraaniMBJP47981
2009Delhi1Chandni ChowkGENSibal,Shri Kapil MINC465713Vijender GuptaMBJP265003
2014Delhi1Chandni ChowkGENDr. Harsh Vardhan MBJP437938AshutoshMAAP301618


Assembly Constituencies in Chandni Chowk Parliamentary Constituency
Adarsh NagarWazirpurChandni Chowk
Shalimar BaghModel TownMatia Mahal
Shakur BastiSadar BazarBallimaran
Tri Nagar 


  Parliamentary Constituencies in Delhi  
PC No.PC NamePC No.PC Name
1Chandni Chowk5North West Delhi
2North East Delhi6West Delhi
3East Delhi7South Delhi
4New Delhi 




Last Updated on : May 22, 2014

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