2020 Delhi Legislative Assembly election
Legislative Assembly elections were held in Delhi on 8 February 2020 to elect 70 members of the Delhi Legislative Assembly. Voters turnout was recorded at 62.59%, a decline of 4.88% from the previous assembly election in Delhi but 2% more than the 2019 Indian general election in Delhi.  The term of the current assembly elected in 2015 will expire on 22 February 2020. The Aam Aadmi Party, led by Arvind Kejriwal won 62 seats to claim an absolute majority in the elections.
All 70 seats in the Legislative Assembly of Delhi
36 seats needed for a majority
|Turnout||62.59% ( 4.88%)|
|Notification Date||14 January 2020|
|Last Date for filling nomination||21 January 2020|
|Scrutiny of nomination||22 January 2020|
|Last Date for Withdrawal of nomination||24 January 2020|
|Date of Poll||8 February 2020|
|Date of Counting of Votes||11 February 2020|
Surveys and PollsEdit
|Publishing Date||Polling Agency||Lead|
|5 January 2020||News 24||48-53||15-20||0-2||0||28-38|
|6 January 2020||ABP News - CVoter||59
|IANS - CVoter||53-64||03-13||0-6||0-0||41-61|
|25 January 2020||Newsx-Polstrat||53-56||12-15||2-4||0-0||38-44|
|3 February 2020||Times Now - IPSOS||54-60
|4 February 2020||Graphnile||56||12||0-2||0||44|
|5 February 2020||ABP News - CVoter||42-56
The exit polls were announced by agencies after the poll ends on 8 February 2020. The exit polls were conducted on all 70 seats of Delhi Legislative Assembly and data was collected up to 4:00 PM. The voting ended at 6:00 PM officially.
|Publishing Date||Polling Agency||Lead|
|8 February 2020||Jan Ki Baat||55||15||0||0||40|
|India Today-Axis My India||59-68||2-11||0||0||48-66|
|India News Nation||55||14||1||0||41|
|Spick Media||43 - 55||12 - 21||00 - 03||0||31-34|
|ABP News - CVoter||51-65||3-17||0-2||0||30-58|
|Hamari Yojana||55 - 60||10 - 15||00||00||40-50|
Aam Aadmi PartyEdit
- 24 hours of uninterrupted electricity through underground cables and free (upto 200 units) for every household.
- 24 hours of uninterrupted water supply through pipes for every household and continuation of the ongoing scheme of upto 20,000 litres of free water.
- World class education facilities.
- Affordable, accessible and advanced health facilities through Mohalla clinics and modern hospitals.
- Efficient public tranportation system with more than 500 kms of metro lines and 11,000 buses. Free bus travel for women and students.
- Reduction of pollution to one third of the current levels, planting of 2 crore trees and cleaning and rejuvenating of Yamuna.
- Making Delhi debris and garbage free.
- Appointment of Mohalla marshalls in addition to CCTV cameras, bus marshals and street lights.
- Roads, clean water, sewage system Mohalla clinics for unauthorised colonies
- Government build housing for slum dwellers.
- Enactment of the Delhi Janlokpal Bill currently pending with the central government since last four years.
- Delhi Swaraj Bill for the formation of 2972 Mohalla sabhas for devolution of power with adequate funding.
- Door Step Delivery of Ration
- Teerth Yatra (pilgrimage) for 10 lakh senior citizens
- Desh Bhakti Curriculum
- Spoken English, soft skills improvement and personality development training for youth
- World's Largest Metro Network by extending Delhi metro network to 500 kms and connecting new areas.
- Yamuna Riverside development by improving the banks and promoting it as a tourist destination.
- World Class Roads with improved beautiful and safe design.
- Appointments of New Safai Karmacharis
- Compensation of Rs 1 Crore to the family of the deceased if the Safai Karmachari died while working.
- Free and fair business environment without official raids.
- Taking legal and administrative steps for protection from sealing of shops and industries
- Infrastructure development and upgradation of markets and industrial area
- Rationalisation of property rates with actual market price
- Amnesty scheme to pardon pending cases on the old VAT regime.
- Allow markets to remain open 24x7 to allow Delhi to become a round the clock active city, boosting economy and tourism.
- Enhance women participation in Economy providing jobs to housewifes.
- Ensuring full ownership rights for the residents of the resettlement colonies
- Regularisation and Registry of unauthorised colonies
- Simplify criteria for getting the OBC certificate
- Due recognition for Bhojpuri by working with central government in getting it included in the eighth schedule of the constitution
- Justice for victims of 1984 Anti-Sikh riots by ensuring that the findings of the SIT are acted upon.
- Regularisation of contract employees
- Pro-farmer land reforms by reducing the restrictions on the rights to use the land by farmers.
- Continued compensation of ₹50,000 (US$700) per hectare of to the farmers suffering crop loss
- Legal Protections to Street Vendors by issuing certificate of vending and reducing harassment of vendors by the Police and municipality.
- Full Statehood for Delhi to improve the law and order and administrative efficiency.
Bharatiya Janata PartyEdit
- A Corruption free government
- Creation of a development board for the newly authorised colonies
- Clean water in taps and zero dependence on water tankers for water supply by 2024
- Tackle air and water pollution
- Implementation of schemes of the Central government such as Ayushman Bharat Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, Kisan Samman Yojna
- A proposed funding of ₹10,000 crore (US$1.4 billion) for infrastructure projects
- 10 lakh jobs to the unemployed in next 5 years
- Promote the usage of electric vehicles (EVs) to reduce pollution
- Wheat flour (Atta) at ₹ 2/kg to poor families from the Public distribution system.
- 351 Delhi roads which come under mixed land use will be notified and developed
- Highway project that enables travelling from Delhi to Mumbai in 12 hours
- Opening a fixed deposit in the name of first two girl child at the time of her birth in poor family that will mature to become ₹2 lakh (US$2,800) at the age of 21 years, electric scooter for college going poor girls, free bicycle to poor girls of Class 9 and ₹51,000 (US$720) to poor widows for the marriage of their daughters.
- crediting ₹6,000 (US$84) to bank account of farmers every year.
- Opening 10 new colleges and 200 new schools
- Removal of garbage heaps from Delhi
- Start an annual "Yamuna Mahotsav" for celebration of the river
Indian National CongressEdit
- Strong Lokpal
- Yuva Swabhiman Yojna - Unemployment Allowances
- Yaari Startup Incubation Funds
- Homi Bhabha research Fund
- 25% of Budgets will be spent on Fighting Pollution and improving Transport
- Environment Ambassadors
- Jal Sanrakshan Board
- Rice Stubble to Energy Funds
- Bringing non-polluting industries back to Delhi
Parties and alliances participatingEdit
|Alliance||Parties||Number of candidates running||Chief Ministerial Candidate|
|None||Aam Aadmi Party||70||Arvind Kejriwal|
|NDA||Bharatiya Janata Party||67||Not Announced|
|Janata Dal (United)||2|
|Lok Janshakti Party||1|
|UPA||Indian National Congress||66||Not Announced|
|Rashtriya Janata Dal||4|
|None||Bahujan Samaj Party||70||Not Announced|
List of contestants of major partiesEdit
Bold signifies the elected candidate
|Constituency No.||Constituency Name||AAP||NDA||UPA|
|1||Narela||Sharad Chauhan||Neeldaman Khatri||Siddarth Kundu|
|2||Burari||Sanjeev Jha||Shailendra Kumar (JDU)||Pramod Tyagi (RJD)|
|3||Timarpur||Dilip Pandey||Surendra Singh Bittu||Amar Lata Sangwan|
|4||Adarsh Nagar||Pawan Kumar Sharma||Rajkumar Bhatia||Mukesh Goel|
|5||Badli||Ajesh Yadav||Vijay Bhagat||Devender Yadav|
|6||Rithala||Mahindra Goel||Manish Chaudhary||Pradeep Kumar Pandey|
|7||Bawana (SC)||Jai Bhagwan Upkar||Ravindra Kumar Indraj||Surender Kumar|
|8||Mundka||Dharampal Lakra||Master Azad Singh||Dr Naresh Kumar|
|9||Kirari||Rituraj Govind||Anil Jha||Mohd Riyazuddin Khan (RJD)|
|10||Sultanpur Majra (SC)||Mukesh Kumar||Ramchandra Chawaria||Jai Kishan|
|11||Nangloi Jat||Raghuvendra Shaukeen||Sumanlata Shaukeen||Mandeep Singh|
|12||Mangolpuri (SC)||Rakhi Bidlan||Kamarsingh Karma||Rajesh Lilothia|
|13||Rohini||Rajesh Nama Bansiwala||Vijender Gupta||Sumesh Gupta|
|14||Shalimar Bagh||Bandana Kumari||Rekha Gupta||J S Nayol|
|15||Shakur Basti||Satyendra Kumar Jain||S. C. Vats||Dev Raj Arora|
|16||Tri Nagar||Preeti Tomar||Tilak Ram Gupta||Kamal Kant Sharma|
|17||Wazirpur||Rajesh Gupta||Mahander Nagpal||Hari Kishan Jindal|
|18||Model Town||Akhilesh Pati Tripathi||Kapil Mishra||Akansha Ola|
|19||Sadar Bazar||Som Dutt||Jai Prakash||Satbir Sharma|
|20||Chandni Chowk||Parlad Singh Sawney||Suman Kumar Gupta||Alka Lamba|
|21||Matia Mahal||Shoaib Iqbal||Ravindra Gupta||Mirza Javed Ali|
|22||Ballimaran||Imran Hussain||Lata Sodhi||Haroon Yusuf|
|23||Karol Bagh (SC)||Vishesh Ravi||Yogender Chandolia||Gaurav Dhanak|
|24||Patel Nagar (SC)||Raj Kumar Anand||Parvesh Ratan||Krishna Tirath|
|25||Moti Nagar||Shiv Charan Goyal||Subhash Sachdeva||Ramesh Kumar Popli|
|26||Madipur (SC)||Girish Soni||Kailash Sankhala||Jai Prakash Panwar|
|27||Rajouri Garden||Dhanwati Chandela||Ramesh Khanna||Amandeep Singh Sudan|
|28||Hari Nagar||Rajkumari Dhilion||Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga||Surender Setia|
|29||Tilak Nagar||Jarnail Singh||Rajiv Babbar||S. Raminder Singh Bamrah|
|30||Janakpuri||Rajesh Rishi||Ashish Sood||Radhika Khera|
|31||Vikaspuri||Mahendra Yadav||Sanjay Singh||Mukesh Sharma|
|32||Uttam Nagar||Naresh Balyan||Krishna Gehlot||Shakti Kumar Bishnoi (RJD)|
|33||Dwarka||Vinay Kumar Mishra||Parduymn Rajput||Adarsh Shastri|
|34||Matiala||Gulab Singh||Rajesh Gehlot||Sumesh Shokeen|
|35||Najafgarh||Kailash Gehlot||Ajeet Kharkhari||Sahib Singh Yadav|
|36||Bijwasan||BS Joon||Sat Prakash Rana||Praveen Rana|
|37||Palam||Bhavna Gaur||Vijay Pandit||Nirmal Kumar Singh (RJD)|
|38||Delhi Cantonment||Virendra Singh Kadian||Manish Singh||Sandeep Tanwar|
|39||Rajinder Nagar||Raghav Chadha||Sardar R.P. Singh||Rocky Tuseed|
|40||New Delhi||Arvind Kejriwal||Sunil Yadav||Romesh Sabharwal|
|41||Jangpura||Praveen Kumar||Sardar Emrit Singh Bakshi||Tarvinder Singh Marwah|
|42||Kasturba Nagar||Madan Lal||Ravindra Chaudhary||Abhishek Dutt|
|43||Malviya Nagar||Somnath Bharti||Shailendra Singh Monty||Neetu Verma|
|44||R K Puram||Pramila Tokas||Anil Sharma||Priyanka Singh|
|45||Mehrauli||Naresh Yadav||Kusum Khatri||Mohinder Chaudhary|
|46||Chhatarpur||Kartar Singh Tanwar||Brahm Singh Tanwar||Satish Lohia|
|47||Deoli (SC)||Prakash Jarwal||Arvind Kumar||Arvinder Singh|
|48||Ambedkar Nagar (SC)||Ajay Dutt||Khushi Ram||Yaduraj Chaudhary|
|49||Sangam Vihar||Dinesh Mohania||S.C.L. Gupta (JDU)||Poonam Azad|
|50||Greater Kailash||Saurabh Bhardwaj||Shikha Rai||Sukhbir Singh Pawar|
|51||Kalkaji||Atishi||Dharmveer Singh||Shivani Chopra|
|52||Tughlakabad||Sahi Ram||Vikram Bidhuri||Shubham Sharma|
|53||Badarpur||Ram Singh Netaji||Ramvir Singh Bidhuri||Pramod Kumar Yadav|
|54||Okhla||Amanatullah Khan||Braham Singh||Parvez Hashmi|
|55||Trilokpuri (SC)||Rohit Kumar Mehraulia||Kiran Vaidya||Vijay Kumar|
|56||Kondli (SC)||Kuldeep Kumar||Rajkumar Dhillo||Amrish Singh Gautam|
|57||Patparganj||Manish Sisodia||Ravi Negi||Laxman Rawat|
|58||Laxmi Nagar||Nitin Tyagi||Abhay Kumar Verma||Dr Hari Dutt Sharma|
|59||Vishwas Nagar||Deepak Singha||O.P. Sharma||Gurcharan Singh Raju|
|60||Krishna Nagar||S.K. Bagga||Anil Goyal||Dr Ashok Kumar Walia|
|61||Gandhi Nagar||Naveen Choudhary||Anil Bajpai||Arvinder Singh Lovely|
|62||Shahdara||Ram Niwas Goel||Sanjay Goyal||Dr Narender Nath|
|63||Seemapuri (SC)||Rajendra Pal Gautam||Santlal Chawaria (LJP')||Veer Singh Dhingan|
|64||Rohtas Nagar||Sarita Singh||Jitender Mahajan||Vipin Sharma|
|65||Seelampur||Abdul Rehman||Kaushal Mishra||Mateen Ahmed|
|66||Ghonda||Shri Dutt Sharma||Ajay Mahawar||Bhisham Sharma|
|67||Babarpur||Gopal Rai||Naresh Gaur||Anveeksha Tripathi Jain|
|68||Gokalpur (SC)||Ch. Surendra Kumar||Ranjit Kashyap||Dr S P Singh|
|69||Mustafabad||Haji Yunus||Jagdish Pradhan||Ali Mehdi|
|70||Karawal Nagar||Durgesh Pathak||Mohan Singh Bisht||Arbind Singh|
|Coalition||Party||Popular vote||Seats (36 needed for majority)|
|None||Aam Aadmi Party||4,974,522||53.57||0.73||70||62||5||88.57|
|NDA||Bharatiya Janata Party||3,575,430||38.51||6.21||67||8||5||11.43|
|Janata Dal (United)||84,263||0.91||0.91||2||0||0||0|
|Lok Janshakti Party||32,760||0.35||0.35||1||0||0||0|
|UPA||Indian National Congress||395,924||4.26||5.44||66||0||0|
|Rashtriya Janata Dal||3,463||0.04||0.04||4||0||0||0|
|None||Bahujan Samaj Party||66,141||0.71||0.59||70||0||0|
Results by constituencyEdit
|1||Narela||64.98||Sharad Chauhan||AAP||86262||52.06||Neel Daman Khatri||BJP||68833||41.54||17429|
|2||Burari||61.15||Sanjeev Jha||AAP||139598||62.81||Shailendra Kumar||JD(U)||51440||23.14||88158|
|3||Timarpur||60.77||Dilip Pandey||AAP||71432||57.6||Surinder Pal Singh||BJP||47288||38.13||24144|
|4||Adarsh Nagar||59.64||Pawan Kumar Sharma||AAP||46892||45.2||Raj Kumar Bhatia||BJP||45303||43.66||1589|
|5||Badli||63.51||Ajesh Yadav||AAP||69357||49.67||Vijay Kumar Bhagat||BJP||40234||28.81||29123|
|6||Rithala||59.62||Mohinder Goyal||AAP||87940||52.63||Manish Chaudhary||BJP||74067||44.33||13873|
|7||Bawana(SC)||61.60||Jai Bhagwan||AAP||95715||48.38||Ravinder Kumar||BJP||84189||42.55||11526|
|8||Mundka||59.24||Dharampla Lakra||AAP||90293||53.78||Azad Singh||BJP||71135||42.37||19158|
|9||Kirari||63.30||Rituraj Govind||AAP||86312||49.77||Anil Jha Vats||BJP||80551||46.51||5654|
|10||Sultan Pur Majra(SC)||63.75||Mukesh Kumar Ahlawat||AAP||74573||66.51||Ram Chander Chawriya||BJP||26521||23.65||48052|
|11||Nangloi Jat||56.70||Raghuvinder Shokeen||AAP||74444||49.21||Suman Lata||BJP||62820||41.53||11624|
|12||Mangol Puri(SC)||66.33||Rakhi Birla||AAP||74154||58.53||Karam Singh Karma||BJP||44038||34.76||30116|
|13||Rohini||63.02||Vijender Gupta||BJP||62174||53.67||Rajesh Nama Bansiwala||AAP||49526||42.75||12648|
|14||Shalimar Bagh||61.62||Bandana Kumari||AAP||57707||49.41||Rekha Gupta||BJP||54267||46.46||3440|
|15||Shakur Basti||67.66||Satyendra Kumar Jain||AAP||51165||51.6||Dr. S. C. Vats||BJP||43573||43.94||7592|
|16||Tri Nagar||66.36||Preeti Tomar||AAP||58504||52.38||Tilak Ram Gupta||BJP||47794||42.79||10710|
|17||Wazirpur||60.30||Rajesh Gupta||AAP||57331||52.64||Dr. Mahender Nagpal||BJP||45641||41.91||11690|
|18||Model Town||59.35||Akhilesh Pati Tripathi||AAP||52665||52.58||Kapil Mishra||BJP||41532||41.46||11133|
|19||Sadar Bazar||66.70||Som Dutt||AAP||68790||55.71||Jai Parkash||BJP||43146||34.94||25644|
|20||Chandni Chowk||61.03||Parlad Singh Sawhney||AAP||50891||65.92||Suman Kumar Gupta||BJP||21307||27.6||29584|
|21||Matia Mahal||70.38||Shoaib Iqbal||AAP||67282||75.96||Ravinder Gupta||BJP||17041||19.24||50241|
|23||Karol Bagh(SC)||60.44||Vishesh Ravi||AAP||67494||62.23||Yogender Chandoliya||BJP||35734||32.95||31760|
|24||Patel Nagar(SC)||60.84||Raaj Kumar Anand||AAP||73463||60.81||Pravesh Ratn||BJP||42528||35.2||30935|
|25||Moti Nagar||61.81||Shiv Charan Goel||AAP||60622||53.83||Subhash Sachdeva||BJP||46550||41.34||14072|
|26||Madipur(SC)||65.59||Girish Soni||AAP||64440||56||Kailash Sankla||BJP||41721||36.26||22719|
|27||Rajouri Garden||61.80||Dhanwati Chandela||AAP||62212||55.7||Ramesh Khanna||BJP||39420||35.13||22972|
|28||Hari Nagar||61.51||Raj Kumari Dhillon||AAP||58087||53.67||Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga||BJP||37956||35.07||20131|
|29||Tilak Nagar||63.76||Jarnail Singh||AAP||62436||62.2||Rajiv Babbar||BJP||34407||34.28||28029|
|30||Janakpuri||65.58||Rajesh Rishi||AAP||67968||54.43||Ashish Sood||BJP||53051||42.48||14917|
|31||Vikaspuri||59.27||Mahinder Yadav||AAP||133898||55.95||Sanjay Singh||BJP||91840||38.38||42058|
|32||Uttam Nagar||63.94||Naresh Balyan||AAP||99622||54.57||Krishan Gahlot||BJP||79863||43.75||19759|
|33||Dwarka||61.97||Vinay Mishra||AAP||71003||52.08||Parduymn Rajput||BJP||56616||41.53||14387|
|34||Matiala||61.13||Gulab Singh||AAP||139010||53.2||Rajesh Gahlot||BJP||110935||42.45||28075|
|35||Najafgarh||64.41||Kailash Gahlot||AAP||81507||49.86||Ajeet Singh Kharkhari||BJP||75276||46.05||6231|
|36||Bijwasan||61.82||Bhupinder Singh Joon||AAP||57271||45.83||Sat Prakash Rana||BJP||56203||45.22||753|
|37||Palam||63.30||Bhavna Gaur||AAP||92775||59.15||Vijay Pandit||BJP||60010||38.26||32765|
|38||Delhi Cantonment||45.36||Virender Singh Kadian||AAP||28971||49.17||Manish Singh||BJP||18381||31.19||10590|
|39||Rajinder Nagar||58.27||Raghav Chadha||AAP||59135||57.06||Sardar R. P. Singh||BJP||39077||37.7||20058|
|40||New Delhi||52.15||Arvind Kejriwal||AAP||46578||61.1||Sunil Kumar Yadav||BJP||25061||32.75||21697|
|41||Jangpura||60.52||Praveen Kumar||AAP||45133||50.88||Impreet Singh Bakshi||BJP||29070||32.77||16063|
|42||Kasturba Nagar||59.67||Madan Lal||AAP||37100||40.45||Ravinder Choudhry||BJP||33935||37||3165|
|43||Malviya Nagar||58.71||Somnath Bharti||AAP||52043||57.97||Shailender Singh||BJP||33899||37.76||18144|
|44||R K Puram||56.62||Pramila Tokas||AAP||47208||52.45||Anil Kumar Sharma||BJP||36839||40.93||10369|
|45||Mehrauli||56.53||Naresh Yadav||AAP||62417||54.27||Kusum Khatri||BJP||44256||38.48||18161|
|46||Chhatarpur||64.48||Kartar Singh Tanwar||AAP||69411||49.13||Brahm Singh Tanwar||BJP||65691||46.5||3720|
|47||Deoli(SC)||63.43||Prakash Jarwal||AAP||92575||61.59||Arvind Kumar||BJP||52402||34.86||40173|
|48||Ambedkar Nagar(SC)||64.03||Ajay Dutt||AAP||62871||62.25||Khushiram Chunar||BJP||34544||34.2||28327|
|49||Sangam Vihar||62.16||Dinesh Mohaniya||AAP||75345||64.58||Shiv Charan Lal Gupta||JD(U)||32823||28.13||42522|
|50||Greater Kailash||59.94||Saurabh Bhardwaj||AAP||60372||55.62||Shikha Roy||BJP||43563||40.13||16809|
|51||Kalkaji||57.44||Atishi Marlena||AAP||55897||52.28||Dharambir Singh||BJP||44504||41.63||11393|
|53||Badarpur||59.63||Ramvir Singh Bidhuri||BJP||90082||47.05||Ram Singh Netaji||AAP||86363||45.11||3719|
|54||Okhla||58.84||Amanatullah Khan||AAP||130367||66.03||Braham Singh||BJP||58540||29.65||71827|
|56||Kondli(SC)||67.01||Kuldeep Kumar||AAP||68348||53.11||Raj Kumar||BJP||50441||39.2||17907|
|57||Patparganj||61.28||Manish Sisodia||AAP||70163||49.33||Ravinder Singh Negi||BJP||66956||47.07||3207|
|58||Laxmi Nagar||61.48||Abhay Verma||BJP||65735||48.04||Nitin Tyagi||AAP||64855||47.4||880|
|59||Vishwas Nagar||62.23||Om Prakash Sharma||BJP||65830||52.57||Deepak Singla||AAP||49373||39.42||16457|
|60||Krishna Nagar||67.31||S.K. Bagga||AAP||72111||49.1||Dr. Anil Goyal||BJP||68116||46.38||3995|
|61||Gandhi Nagar||62.42||Anil Kumar Bajpai||BJP||48824||42.64||Naveen Chaudhary||AAP||42745||37.33||6079|
|62||Shahdara||65.80||Ram Niwas Goel||AAP||62103||49.53||Sanjay Goyal||BJP||56809||45.31||5294|
|63||Seemapuri(SC)||68.09||Rajendra Pal Gautam||AAP||88392||65.82||Sant Lal||LJP||32284||24.04||56108|
|64||Rohtas Nagar||67.47||Jitender Mahajan||BJP||73873||51.94||Sarita Singh||AAP||60632||42.63||13241|
|65||Seelampur||71.22||Abdul Rehman||AAP||72694||56.05||Kaushal Kumar Mishra||BJP||35774||27.58||36920|
|66||Ghonda||63.63||Ajay Mahawar||BJP||81797||57.55||Shridutt Sharma||AAP||53427||37.59||28370|
|67||Babarpur||65.45||Gopal Rai||AAP||84776||59.39||Naresh Gaur||BJP||51714||36.23||33062|
|68||Gokalpur(SC)||70.51||Surendra Kumar||AAP||88452||53.22||Ranjeet Singh||BJP||68964||41.5||19488|
|69||Mustafabad||70.55||Haji Yunus||AAP||98850||53.2||Jagdish Pradhan||BJP||78146||42.06||20704|
|70||Karawal Nagar||67.36||Mohan Singh Bisht||BJP||96721||50.59||Durgesh Pathak||AAP||88498||46.29||8223|
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