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Delhi Assembly election results 2013: List of winning candidates Last Updated : 09 Dec 2013 11:56:00 AM IST Delhi Assembly election results 2013
Just ahead of Lok Sabha polls, BJP on Sunday handed a severe 4-0 drubbing to Congress in assembly polls in which it snatched Rajasthan and retained Madhya Pradesh with landslide wins, holding on to power in Chhattisgarh and close to government formation in Delhi where AAP made a dream debut.
In Delhi, BJP (32) emerged as single largest party followed by debutant Aam Admi Party (28) at No.2 while ruling Congress touched historic low of eight seats
Here is the constituency-wise list of winning candidates in Delhi Assembly Elections 2013.
Constituency Name Winner (Party) Candidate 001 NARELA Bharatiya Janata Party NEEL DAMAN KHATRI 003 TIMARPUR Aam Aadmi Party HARISH KHANNA 004 ADARSH NAGAR Bharatiya Janata Party RAM KISHAN SINGHAL 005 BADLI Indian National Congress DEVENDER YADAV 007 BAWANA – SC Bharatiya Janata Party GUGAN SINGH 008 MUNDKA Independent RAMBIR SHOKEEN 009 KIRARI Bharatiya Janata Party ANIL JHA 010 SULTANPUR MAJRA – SC Indian National Congress JAI KISHAN 011 NANGLOI JAT Bharatiya Janata Party MANOJ KUMAR SHOKEEN 012 MANGOL PURI – SC Aam Aadmi Party RAKHI BIRLA 014 SHALIMARBAGH Aam Aadmi Party BANDANA KUMARI 015 SHAKUR BASTI Aam Aadmi Party SATYENDER KUMAR JAIN 016 TRI NAGAR Bharatiya Janata Party NAND KISHORE GARG 017 WAZIRPUR Bharatiya Janata Party DR MAHANDER NAGPAL 018 MODEL TOWN Aam Aadmi Party AKHILESH PATI TRIPATHI 019 SADAR BAZAR Aam Aadmi Party Somdutt 020 CHANDNI CHOWK Indian National Congress PARLAD SINGH SAWHNEY 021 MATIA MAHAL JDU Shoaib Iqbal 022 BALLIMARAN Indian National Congress HAROON YUSUF 023 KAROL BAGH – SC Aam Aadmi Party Vishesh Ravi 024 PATEL NAGAR – SC Aam Aadmi Party VEENA ANAND 025 MOTI NAGAR Bharatiya Janata Party SUBHASH SACHDEVA 026 MADIPUR – SC Aam Aadmi Party GIRISH SONI 028 HARI NAGAR Aam Aadmi Party JAGDEEP SINGH 031 VIKASPURI Aam Aadmi Party MAHINDER YADAV 032 UTTAM NAGAR Bharatiya Janata Party PAWAN SHARMA 034 MATIALA Bharatiya Janata Party RAJESH GEHLOT 036 BIJWASAN Bharatiya Janata Party SAT PRAKASH RANA 038 DELHI CANTT Aam Aadmi Party SURENDER SINGH 039 RAJINDER NAGAR Bhartiya Janata Party R P SINGH 040 NEW DELHI Aam Aadmi Party ARVIND KEJRIWAL 041 JANGPURA Aam Aadmi Party MANINDAR SINGH DHIR 042 KASTURBA NAGAR Aam Aadmi Party MADAN LAL 043 MALVIYA NAGAR Aam Aadmi Party SHRI SOMNATH BHARTI 044 R.K. PURAM Bharatiya Janata Party ANIL KUMAR SHARMA 045 MEHRAULI Bharatiya Janata Party PARVESH SAHIB SINGH 046 CHHATARPUR Bharatiya Janata Party BRAHM SINGH TANWAR 047 DEOLI – SC Aam Aadmi Party PRAKASH 048 AMBEDKAR NAGAR – SC Aam Aadmi Party ASHOK KUMAR 051 KALKAJI Bharatiya Janata Party HARMEET SINGH 053 BADARPUR Bharatiya Janata Party RAMBIR SINGH BIDHURI 054 OKHLA Indian National Congress ASIF MOHD KHAN 056 KONDLI – SC Aam Aadmi Party MANOJ KUMAR 057 PATPARGANJ Aam Aadmi Party MANISH SISODIA 058 LAXMI NAGAR Aam Aadmi Party VINOD KUMAR BINNY 059 VISHWAS NAGAR Bharatiya Janata Party OM PRAKASH SHARMA 060 KRISHNA NAGAR Bharatiya Janata Party DR. HARSH VARDHAN 061 GANDHI NAGAR Indian National Congress ARVINDER SINGH LOVELY 062 SHAHDARA Bharatiya Janata Party JITENDER SINGH SHUNTY 063 SEEMAPURI – SC Aam Aadmi Party DHARMENDER SINGH 064 ROHTAS NAGAR Bharatiya Janata Party JITENDER KUMAR 065 SEELAMPUR Indian National Congress CHAUDHARY MATEEN AHMAD 066 GHONDA Bharatiya Janata Party SAHAB SINGH CHAUHAN 067 BABARPUR Bharatiya Janata Party NARESH GAUR 068 GOKALPUR – SC Bharatiya Janata Party RANJEET SINGH 069 MUSTAFABAD Indian National Congress HASAN AHMED 050 GREATER KAILASH Aam Aadmi Party SAURABH BHARADWAJ 070 KARAWAL NAGAR Bharatiya Janata Party MOHAN SINGH BISHT 052 TUGHLAKHABAD Bharatiya Janata Party RAMESH BIDHURI 033 DWARKA Bharatiya Janata Party PARDUYMN RAJPUT 030 JANAKPURI Bharatiya Janata Party PROF. JAGDISH MUKHI 055 TRILOKPURI Aam Aadmi Party RAJU 027 RAJOURI GARDEN Shiromani Akali Dal MANJINDER SINGH SIRSA 006 RITHALA Bharatiya Janata Party KULWANT RANA 013 ROHINI Aam Aadmi Party RAJESH GARG 049 SANGAM VIHAR Aam Aadmi Party DINESH MOHANIYA 029 TILAK NAGAR Aam Aadmi Party JARNAIL SINGH 002 BURARI Aam Aadmi Party SANJEEV JHA NAJAFGARH Bhartiya Janata Party AJIT SINGH KHAR KHARI PALAM Bhartiya Janata Party DHARM DEV SOLANKI Post Your Comment (0 posted):
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