Delhi Assembly Polls 2020: Full list of AAP candidates

The campaigning for the February 8 Delhi assembly elections is in the full swing with the BJP and the Congress getting in full poll mode to wrest control of the national capital from the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). 

While the AAP is contesting on all 70 seats of the Delhi assembly, the BJP and the Congress have entered into electoral alliances with their respective allies from Bihar, considering a large chunk of voters in the capital come from the northern state. 

Among AAP’s key candidates, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will contest from his current constituency of New Delhi while his deputy Manish Sisodia will again contest from Patparganj. 

AAP’s Lok Sabha candidates Dilip Pandey, Atishi and Raghav Chadha have been fielded from Timarpur, Kalkaji and Rajinder Nagar, respectively. 

Out of 70, 46 are sitting MLAs while 15 have been dropped. The party has not repeated its candidate on other nine seats. 

Five-time MLA and ex-deputy speaker of Delhi Vidhan Sabha Shoaib Iqbal, who joined the AAP only last week, will contest from Matia Mahal seat. Iqbal was elected from Matia Mahal for five consecutive terms before losing to AAP’s Asim Ahmed Khan in 2015. Khan was made a minister in the AAP government in 2015 but was forced to quit after over corruption charges. 

Here is the full list of AAP candidates for Delhi assembly elections:

S.N.Assembly ConstituencyCandidate
1.NarelaSharad Chauhan
2.BurariSanjeev Jha
3. TimarpurDilip Pandey
4.Adarsh NagarPawan Sharma
5.BadliAjesh Yadav
6.RithalaMahinder Goyal
7.BawanaJai Bhagwan Upkar
8.MundkaDharampal Lakra
9.KirariRituraj Jha
10.Sultanpur MajraMukesh Kumar Ahlawat
11.Nangloi JatRaghuvinder Shokeen
12.Mangol PuriRakhi Bidlan
13.RohiniRajesh Nama Bansiwala
14.Shalimar BaghBandana Kumari
15.Shakur BastiSatyendra Jain
16.Tri NagarJitender Tomar
17.WazirpurRajesh Gupta
18.Model TownAkhilesh Pati Tripathi
19.Sadar BazarSom Dutt
20.Chandni ChowkParlad Singh Sawhney
21.Matia MahalShoaib lqbal
22.Ballimanm lmran Hussain
23.Karol BaghVishesh Ravi
24.Patel Nagar Raaj Kumar Anand
25.Mot Nagar Shiv Charan Goel
26.MadipurGirish Soni
27.Rajouri GardenDhanwati Chandela
28.Hari NagarRajkumari Dhillon
29.Tilak NagarJarnail Singh
30.JanakpuriRajesh Rishi
31.VikaspuriMahinder Yadav
32.Uttam NagarNaresh Balyan
33.DwarkaVinay Kumar Mishra
34.MatialaGulab Singh Yadav
35.NajafgarhKailash Gahlot
36.BijwasanBS Joon
37.PalamBhavna Gaur
38.Delhi CantonmentVirender Singh Kadian
39.Rajinder NagarRaghav Chadha
40.New DelhiArvind Kejriwal
41.JangpuraPraveen Kumar
42.Kasturba NagarMadan Lal
43.Malviya NagarSomnath Bharti
44.RK PuramParmila Tokas
45.MehrauliNaresh Yadav
46.ChhatarpurKartar Singh Tamidar
47.DeoliPrakash Jarwal
48.Ambedkar NagarAjay Dutt
49.Sangam ViharDinesh Mohaniya
50.Greater KailashSaurabh Bharadwaj
51.KalkajiAtishi
52.TugalakabadSabi Ram Pehlwan
53.BadarpurRam Singh Netaji
54.OkhlaAmanatullah Khan
55.TrilokpuriRohit Kumar Mehraulia
56.KondliKuldeep Kumar (Monu)
57.PatparganjManish Sisodia
58.Laxmi NagarNitin Tyagi
59.Vishwas NagarDeepak Singla
60.Krishna NagarSK Bagga
61.Gandhi NagarNaveen Choudhary (Deepu)
62.ShahdaraRam Niwas Goyal
63.SeemapuriRajendra Pal Gautam
64. Rohtas NagarSarita Singh
65.SeelampurAbdul Rehman
66.GhondaSD Sharma
67.BabarpurGopal Rai
68.GukalpurCh. Surendra Kumar
69.MustafabadHaji Yunus
70.Karawal NagarDurgesh Pathak

Delhi Assembly elections will be held on February 8 while counting of votes will be conducted on February 11. 

The ruling AAP is locked in a triangular contest with the BJP and the Congress but is favourite to retain the Union Territory. 

The Kejriwal-led AAP had won 67 seats in the 70-member assembly in 2015 assembly elections, defying all expectations. While the party hopes to repeat its performance.

Courtesy : DNA

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