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North East Delhi Parliamentary Constituency Map and Election Results


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North East Delhi Election Result 2019
Constituency NameCandidatePartyWin/ Leadvotes
North East DelhiSh. Manoj TiwariBharatiya Janata PartyWin366102


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North East Delhi Lok Sabha Elections Update 2019

North East Delhi - 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

North East Delhi General Election 2014 Results

CandidateParty ABBRVotes
Manoj TiwariBharatiya Janata PartyBJP596125
Anand KumarAam Aadmi PartyAAP452041
Jai Parkash AgarwalIndian National CongressINC214792
Abdul Sami SalmaniBahujan Samaj PartyBSP28135
A.K. AggarwalAgar Jan Party 3191
H.K. MahendruIndependentIND2419
Dan Bahadur YadavIndependentIND1921
Amit Kumar SharmaIndependentIND1892
Ali HusanIndependentIND1695
Mukesh Kumar AroraIndependentIND1669
Dinesh Pal SinghIndependentIND1263
Mohd. Hasnan KhanJammu & Kashmir National Panthers PartyJKNPP1257
Mohd. HasnainIndependentIND879
VinayBharatiya Sarvodaya Kranti PartyBSKP818
Mohd. Arif SiddiqueAll India Trinamool CongressAITC784
Roshan AliNational Loktantrik PartyNLP745
Harsh KumarIndependentIND663
Om Dutt SharmaShivsenaSHS658
Dharamveer SinghRashtriya Ekta Party 601
Prof. Narendera SharmaSocialist Unity Centre of India (Communist)SUCI(C)508
Rajan LalBharatiya Republican PakshaBRPP504
Pradesh KumarAmbedkar National CongressANC489
Ramesh Singh SiralNaya Daur PartyNADP465
None of the AboveNone of the AboveNOTA3824


North East Delhi General Election 2014 Results Analysis

Bhojpuri actor Manoj Tiwari has made the BJP proud from the North East Lok Sabha seat of Delhi. All in all, the BJP was able to sweep clean the union territory of Delhi, winning all the seven seats. While the victory has taken the BJP by sheer surprise, the greatest jolt has come to the Aam Aadmi Party, who formed the government in Delhi not too long ago. The AAP, which considers Delhi as its stronghold, couldn't manage even a single seat.

The fight wasn't easy, however, as indicated by the vote share. Manoj Tiwari received 5,96,125 votes, while his nearest rival, Anand Kumar of the AAP, got 4,52,041 votes. The Congress lagged behind, with sitting MP Jai Prakash Agarwal managing only 2,14,792.

How did this victory emerge? It's easy to see that the Modi wave was one major factor. At a time when the people were angry with the Congress and backing Modi as an agent of change and progress, the Congress can consider itself lucky to have got over 2 lakh votes. However, it's clear that the majority Muslim vote wasn't all in the favour of the Congress. More likely, though, the Muslim vote was bifurcated between the Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party. The former appealed to the old loyalists, while the latter ran a bell with those looking for an alternative to the corrupt Congress government.

What helped the BJP, then? It has to be the section of migrant workers that comprise a significant population in this constituency. Also, the Purvanchalis are expected to have backed Tiwari, owing to his similar ethnicity and background as a movie star of Bhojpuri films. A popular star contesting from the party that the country was hoping to bring about major change, became a recipe of success. Although the margin isn't as high as the BJP experienced on average, a win is a win.

North East Delhi 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)

North East Delhi Parliamentary Constituency (Lok Sabha) Election Results



YearState NamePC CodePC NamePC TypeWinnerSexPartyTotal VoteRunner upSEXPARTYTotal Vote
2009Delhi2North East DelhiGENAgarwal,Shri Jai Prakash MINC518191B.L.Sharma PremMBJP295948
2014Delhi2North East DelhiGENManoj TiwariMBJP596125Anand KumarMAAP452041


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1Chandni Chowk5North West Delhi
2North East Delhi6West Delhi
3East Delhi7South Delhi
4New Delhi 




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