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Trends Results of Assembly Elections of Delhi 2015

Trends Results of Assembly Elections of Delhi 2015

AAP leader Ashutosh-
Arvind Kejriwal will take oath as Delhi Chief Minister on February 14 or 15 or 16 at Ramlila Maidan: 


The opposition benches in the Delhi assembly will seat 3 BJP legislators only. The Congress has won no seats.

BJP CM Candidate Kiran Bedi Lost Election
Kiran Bedi loses from Krishna Nagar constituency.
Kiran Bedi loses to AAP's S K Bagga by 2508 votes

AAP won 67 seats
BJP won 3 seats
Congress scored zero in this elections 




NCT OF Delhi
Result Status
Status Known For 70 out of 70 Constituencies
Party
Won
Leading
Total
Bharatiya Janata Party
3
0
3
Aam Aadmi Party
67
0
67
Indian National Lok Dal
0
0
0
Shiromani Akali Dal
0
0
0
Total
70
0
70


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NCT OF Delhi - AMBEDKAR NAGAR
Result Declared
Candidate
Party
Votes
AJAY DUTT
Aam Aadmi Party
66632
ASHOK KUMAR
Bharatiya Janata Party
24172
CH. PREM SINGH
Indian National Congress
5336
RAJBIR
Bahujan Samaj Party
815
None of the Above
None of the Above
481



NCT OF Delhi - BADARPUR
Result Declared
Candidate
Party
Votes
NARAYAN DUTT SHARMA
Aam Aadmi Party
94242
RAMVIR SINGH BIDHURI
Bharatiya Janata Party
46659
RAM SINGH NETAJI
Indian National Congress
18930
NAR SINGH SHAH
Bahujan Samaj Party
8082
PRAKASH SINGH RAWAT
Independent
1088
PHUL KUMAR JHA
Samras Samaj Party
350
PRAMOD KUMAR
Independent
267
OM PRAKASH GUPTA
Independent
221
None of the Above
None of the Above
562






NCT OF Delhi - MODEL TOWN
Result Declared
Candidate PartyVotes
AKHILESH PATI TRIPATHIAam Aadmi Party54628
VIVEK GARGBharatiya Janata Party37922
KANWAR KARAN SINGHIndian National Congress8992
GAUTAMIndependent1176
JEETENDERBahujan Samaj Party601
VINOD K. JAINIndependent146
SACHIN JHAIndependent129
None of the AboveNone of the Above690









 


NCT OF Delhi - CHANDNI CHOWK
Result Declared
Candidate
Party
Votes
ALKA LAMBA
Aam Aadmi Party
36756
SUMAN KUMAR GUPTA
Bharatiya Janata Party
18469
PARLAD SINGH SAWHNEY
Indian National Congress
17930
MOHD. REHAN
Bahujan Samaj Party
217
MOHD. NASEEM
Nationalist Congress Party
212
ASHOK KUMAR
Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha
117
TARUN
Independent
111
LAKHAN SINGH
Independent
86
ADIL MIRZA
Indian Union Muslim League
63
SANDEEP SHARMA
Independent
57
BALRAM BARI
Independent
48
PARMEET SINGH
Independent
25
ANIL ANAND
Independent
23
None of the Above
None of the Above
362


Last Updated at 12:22 On 10/02/2015



Anna Hazare
Today also people have trust in Arvind Kejriwal that he will fight for the people
Anna Hazare appeals Arvind not to repeat the mistakes he made earlier
My best wishes are for Arvind Kejriwal

10:32 AM - 10 Feb 2015
Kiran Bedi -
Full marks to Arvind. Congratulations. Now take Delhi to the heights it belongs to. Make it a world class city..



10.24 am
AAP's Parmila Tokas leading from RK Puram , BJP's Anil Kumar Sharma trailing by 1342 votes

10.00 am -
AAP's Somnath Bharti leading from Malviya Nagar, BJP's Dr. Nandanin Sharma trailing

 9.52 am
AAP CM candidate Arvind Kejriwal leading from New Delhi, BJP's Nupur Sharma trailing by 3,493 votes

9.47 am -
AAP's Rajesh Rishi leading in Janakpuri by 412 votes against BJP's Prof Jagdish Mukhi

9.43 am -
AAP's Saurabh Bharadwaj leading from GK with 9095 votes followed by BJP's Rajesh Kumar Gullaiya & Congress's Sharmishtha Mukherjee

List of AAP Candidates Leading 9.30am
Saurabh Bharadwaj leading in Greater Kailash

Rajesh Rishi leading in Janakpuri

Kapil Mishra leading in Karawal Nagar

Vishesh Ravi leading in Karol Bagh

SK Bagga leading in Krishna Nagar

Naresh Yadav leading in Mehrauli

Akhilesh Pati Tripathi leading in Model Town

Shiv Charan Goel leading in Moti Nagar

Gulab Singh leading in Matiala

Sukhvir Singh leading in Mundka

Sharad Kumar leading in Nerela

Mohinder Goyal leading in Rithala

AAP's Raju Dhingan leading from Trilokpuri, BJP's Kiran Vaidya trailing by 4,266 votes

AAP's SK Bagga leading in Krishna Nagar by 1065 votes against BJP's Kiran Bedi
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9.18 am
AAP ahead in 36 out of 70 seats
BJP ahead in 13 seats

Arvind Kejriwal leads in New Delhi

Kiran Bedi trailing in Krishna Nagar
AAP's SK Bagga leading in Krishna Nagar by 282 votes against BJP's Kiran Bedi

AAP's Col Devinder Sehrawat leading in Bijwasan against BJP's Sat Prakash Rana

AAP's Gopal Rai leading in Babarpur by 3485 votes against BJP's Naresh Gaur

AAP's Saurabh Bharadwaj leading in Greater Kailash by 1674 votes against BJP's Rakesh Kumar Gullaiya


BJP's Alka Lamba ahead in Chandni Chowk seats

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9 am:
AAP ahead in 20 seats
BJP leading in 7
Congress in 1 seat

Congress's AK Walia is leading from Laxmi Nagar.

AAP -Manish Sisodia is leading in Patparganj;
AAP - Somnath Bharti is leading in Malviya Nagar

BJP CM candidate Kiran Bedi is leading in Krishna Nagar seat.

AAP's Girish Soni leading in Madipur,
Jarnail Singh is leading in Rajouri Garden

In short Election Results of 2013
AAP won 28 seats
BJP won 31
Congress won 8 seats


Below is the list of 5 most important fights to look for who will win –
1-
NEW DELHI
ARVIND KEJRIWAL- AAP
KIRAN WALIA - CONGRESS
NUPUR SHARMA - BJP

2-
KRISHNA NAGAR -
KIRAN BEDI - BJP
SK BAGGA - AAP

3-
SADAR BAZAR-
AJAY MAKEN - CONGRESS
PRAVEEN JAIN - BJP
SOM DUTT - AAP

4-
GREATER KAILASH -
SHARMISTHA MUKHERJEE - CONGRESS
SAURABH BHARADWAJ - AAP

5-
PATPARGANJ -
MANISH SISODIA - AAP
VINOD K BINNY - BJP





The complete list of counting centres in various districts of Delhi.

1.
Delhi (East)
Counting Centre:
Commonwealth Sports Complex, Akshardham
Seats:
Trilokpuri, Patparganj, Vishwas Nagar, Krishna Nagar, Kondli, Laxmi Nagar, Gandhi Nagar, Sahadhra

2.
Delhi (Central)
Counting Centre:
ITI Pusa, Pusa Campus
Seats:
Sadar Bazar, Ballimaran, Karol Bag, Patel Nagar

Counting Centre:
BTC Pusa, Pusa Campus
Seats:
Chandani Chowk, Matia Mahal, Moti Nagar

3.
Delhi (South)
Counting Centre:
Jijabai Industrial Training Institute for Women, August Kranti Marg, Siri Fort
Seats:
Mehrauli, Chattarpur, Devli, Ambedkar Nagar, Sangam Vihar, Kalkaji, Tuglakabad, Badarpur

4.
Delhi (North)

Counting Centre:
Rajkiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalaya, Raj Niwas Marg
Seats: Burari, Adarsh Nagar, Trinagar, Wazirpur, Model Town

5.
Delhi (South-West)

Counting Centre:
Integrated Institute of Technology, Sector 9, Dwarka
Seats:
Uttamnagar, Dwarka, Matiala, Najafgarh, Bijvasan, Palam, Delhi Cantt, Rajendra Nagar

6.
New Delhi -
Counting Centre: NP Girls Model School, Gole Market
Seats: New Delhi, Kasturba Nagar

Counting Centre: NP Girls Senior Secondary School, Gole Market
Seats: Jangpura, Greater Kailash, Okhla

Counting Centre: NP Bengali Girls Senior Secondary School, Gole Market
Seats: Malviya Nagar, RK Puram

7.
Delhi (West) -
Counting Centre: NSIT, Sector 3, Dwarka
Seats: Nangloi Jat, Mongolpuri, Madipur, Rajouri Garden, Hari Nagar, Tilak Nagar, Janakpuri, Vikaspuri

8.
Delhi (North-West)-
Counting Centre: Delhi Technological University, Sahabad Daulatpur
Seats: Narela, Badali, Rithala, Bawana, Mundaka, Kirari, Sultanpur Majara, Rohini

9.
Delhi (North-East) -
Counting Centre: New Building, ITI, Nand Nagari
Seats: Seemapuri, Gokulpur, Mustafabad,

Counting Centre: Old Building, ITI, Nand Nagari
Seats: Rohtash Nagar, Seelampur, Ghoda, Babarpur, Karawal Nagar

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6 comments:

Destination Infinity February 10, 2015  

Congrats to AAP. This victory is well deserved. I hope they will set an example in good governance, and not fall into the usual political dramas.

Destination Infinity

Sandhya February 11, 2015  

Yesterday's AAP victory will change India's politics completely. More educated people will join politics. Transparent politics might be there. This is for good.

rudraprayaga February 12, 2015  

Politics is a game of loss and gain.Still it tells that transparency supplies a good view to the masses. Cograts to the winners. May they stand alone without falling into others'trap.