Sixth Legislative Assembly of Delhi
Legislative Assembly of Delhi
(Vidhan Sabha of Delhi)
|Feb 2015 - Jan 2020|
Speaker of the Assembly
Leader of the House
Leader of the Opposition
P. N. Mishra
AAP: 66 seats
BJP: 4 seats
Length of term
|7 February 2015|
|Old Secretariat , Delhi, India|
Election and Government formationEdit
Elections for 70 assembly seats in Delhi were concluded on 07th Feb 2015 and results were announced on 10th Feb 2015. The Aam Aadmi Party got a sweeping majority by winning 67 out of 70 seats. The Bharatiya Janata Party managed only 3 seats and all other parties, including the Indian National Congress could not manage to win any seats. AAP got 54.3% (4,879,127), BJP got 32.2% (2,891,510) and INC got 9.7% (867,027) of total votes polled. A total of 6 national parties, 10 state parties, 55 registered (unrecognised) parties and 1 independent candidate contested for the 70 assembly seats.
As on 28th August 2017, AAP had 66 MLA, 4 belongs to BJP.
BJP won the Rajouri Garden assembly constituency in Feb 2017 By Poll Election.
AAP won the Bawana assembly constituency in Aug 2017 By Poll Election.
|Electors who voted||-||-||-||-|
|01||2015||Incumbent||Chief Minister||Arvind Kejriwal||AAP|
|02||2015||Incumbent||Speaker||Ram Niwas Goel||AAP|
|03||2015||Incumbent||Deputy Speaker||Rakhi Birla||AAP|
|04||2015||Incumbent||Leader of the House||Arvind Kejriwal||AAP|
|05||2015||Incumbent||Leader of the Opposition||vacant|
|#||From||To||Name||Position / Portfolio / ministry|
|01||2015||Incumbent||Arvind Kejriwal||Chief Minister, Water|
Deputy Chief Minister, Tourism, education, finance, planning, land & building, vigilance, services, women & child, art, culture & languages, and all other departments not specifically allotted to any minister
Health, industries, public work department, power, home, urban development
Employment, development, labour, general administration department, irrigation & flood control
Food & supply, environment & forest, election
|06||2015||Incumbent||Rajendra Pal Gautam||
Gurudwara elections, SC & ST, social welfare, cooperative
Administrative reforms, information & technology, law, justice & legislative affairs, transport, revenue
List of membersEdit
- First Legislative Assembly of Delhi
- Second Legislative Assembly of Delhi
- Third Legislative Assembly of Delhi
- Fourth Legislative Assembly of Delhi
- Fifth Legislative Assembly of Delhi
- Government of Delhi
- Legislative Assembly of Delhi
- 1993, 1998, 2003, 2008, 2013 & 2015 Delhi Legislative Assembly elections.
- Government of India
- Politics of India
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- "Election result". Election commission of India website. Retrieved 8 January 2017.