Delhi Assembly Election Latest News & Results
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Delhi Assembly Elections 2020 Schedule
|Date of Issue of Gazette Notification||14.01.2020 (Tuesday)|
|Last Date for making Nominations||21.01.2020 (Tuesday)|
|Date for Scrutiny of Nominations||22.01.2020 (Wednesday)|
|Last date for withdrawal of candidature||24.01.2020 (Friday)|
|Date of poll||08.02.2020 (Saturday)|
|Date of Counting||11.02.2020 (Tuesday)|
|Date of Completion||13.02.2020 (Thursday)|
List of Constituencies
|AC No.||Constituency||AC No.||Constituency|
|17||Shalimar Bagh||18||Sangam Vihar|
|19||Shakur Basti||20||Greater Kailash|
|35||Karol Bagh||36||Laxmi Nagar|
|37||Patel Nagar||38||Vishwas Nagar|
|39||Moti Nagar||40||Krishna Nagar|
|45||Hari Nagar||46||Seema Puri|
|47||Tilak Nagar||48||Rohtas Nagar|
|67||Adarsh Nagar||68||Rajendra Nagar|
Delhi Past Assembly Election Results
- 2015 : Total : 70, AAP : 67, BJP : 3,
- 2013 : Total : 70, BJP : 31, AAP : 28, INC : 8, IND : 1, OTH:2
- 2008 : Total : 70, INC : 43, BJP : 23, BSP : 2, IND : 1, OTH:1
- 2003 : Total : 70, INC : 47, BJP : 20, IND : 1, OTH:2
- 1998 : Total : 70, INC : 52, BJP : 15, IND : 2, JD : 1,
- 1993 : Total : 70, BJP : 49, INC : 14, JD : 4, IND : 3,
- 1983 : Total : 56, INC : 34, BJP : 19, LKD : 2, JNP : 1,
- 1977 : Total : 56, JNP : 46, INC : 10, Others : 0,
- 1972 : Total : 56, INC : 44, BJS : 5, CPI : 3, IND : 2, OTH:2
Delhi Police: Protestors Tried to Abuse and Push Female Police Personnel Towards Barricades During CAA Protest at Hauz Rani Area | Live Breaking News Headlines & Updates, February 23, 2020
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday, February 23, will address the nation through his 62nd 'Mann Ki Baat' programme at 11 am. It will be his second address through the monthly radio programme this year. Officially started from October 3, 2014, the radio programme aims to deliver the PM's voice and ideas to the general masses of India.
Manoj Tiwari Blames 'Hate Speech' For BJP Rout in Delhi Assembly Elections 2020, Condemns Parvesh Verma and Kapil Mishra
Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari on Saturday said that hate speeches cost the party the Delhi elections. Speaking to The Indian Express, the Bharatiya Janata Party leader said that action should be taken against those who give communal speeches.
Nirbhaya Case: Vinay Sharma Files Petition Before EC to Challenge Rejection of Mercy Plea During Model Code of Conduct For Delhi Assembly Elections 2020
Earlier this week, Vinay Sharma's lawyer had told a Delhi court that he was on a "hunger strike" and his mental status was not good. "He is irritable and acts differently from the other three convicts. His nature is different from the other three."
BJP Used 'Deepfake' in Delhi Assembly Elections 2020? Report Shows Videos of Manoj Tiwari Made Using Face/Voice-Swapping Technology
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) used face/voice-swapping technology and deepfakes in the recently concluded assembly elections in Delhi, according to US-based digital publication Vice.
Baby Mufflerman Becomes Centre of Attraction at Arvind Kejriwal's Swearing-in Ceremony, Raghav Chaddha, Somnath Bharti And Others Pose With the Viral Star as More Kids Turn up Dressed as Delhi CM; See Pics
The AAP sweeped the Delhi Assembly Elections 2020, repeating its performance in last elections, winning 62 seats in the 70-member Assembly, in the face of a high-voltage campaign by the BJP.
PM Narendra Modi Congratulates Arvind Kejriwal For Taking Oath as Delhi CM; Here's How AAP Leader Reacted
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday congratulated Arvind Kejriwal for taking oath as Delhi Chief Minister for the third consecutive time. PM Modi also extended his wishes to Arvind Kejriwal for serving Delhi as CM. Replying to PM Modi’s tweet, Kejriwal thanked him, The Delhi CM said that both the governments should work together in making Delhi “a city of pride”.
AAP 3.0 Swearing-In: Manish Sisodia, Gopal Rai, Kailash Gehlot, Satyender Jain, 2 Others Take Oath as Cabinet Ministers
In the erstwhile Delhi Cabinet, Sisodia was the second-in-command, heading most of the key portfolios. Apart from being appointed as the Deputy CM, Kejriwal had accorded him the charge of Tourism, Education, Finance, Planning, Land and Building, Vigilance, Services, Women and Child, Art, Culture and Languages.