Delhi Assembly Election Latest News & Results
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List of Constituencies
|AC No.||Constituency||AC No.||Constituency|
|9||SULTANPUR MAJRA(SC)||10||NANGLOI JAT|
|17||SANGAM VIHAR||18||SHAKUR BASTI|
|19||GREATER KAILASH||20||TRI NAGAR|
|33||KAROL BAGH(SC)||34||LAXMI NAGAR|
|35||PATEL NAGAR(SC)||36||VISHWAS NAGAR|
|39||GANDHI NAGAR||40||RAJOURI GARDEN|
|43||SEEMA PURI(SC)||44||TILAK NAGAR|
|63||DELHI CANTT||64||ADARSH NAGAR|
Delhi Past Assembly Election Results
- 2020 : total : 70, AAP : 62, BJP : 8, Others : 0, INC : 0,
- 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
- 1951 : Total : 48, INC : 39, BJS : 5, SP : 2, IND : 1, OTH:1
EVM, VVPAT Tally Data Shows 100% Match in Recently Concluded Assembly Elections, Says ECI Official
There were 1,492 VVPATs in West Bengal, 1,183 in Tamil Nadu, 728 in Kerela, 647 in Assam and 156 in Puducherry in the recently held assembly elections. In April 2019, the Supreme Court ruled that it is mandatory for the Election Commission to carry out physical counting of VVPAT slips in five random EVMs in each parliamentary constituency in the 2019 general election.
West Bengal BJP Leaders Who Left Trinamool Before Assembly Elections Express Willingness To Rejoin TMC
Not only Murmu but the two-time MLA from Itahar in North Dinajpur resigned from the party and joined BJP after he was denied ticket this time. "I had joined BJP but I didn't work. Most of the time I was at home and now I want to join Trinamool Congress again. Hope party will forgive my mistake and give me a chance to work," Acharya said.
West Bengal Post Poll Violence: MHA Forms Four-Member Team to Inquire into Reports of Violence
The Union Home Ministry has formed a four-member fact finding team to look into reasons for the post poll violence in West Bengal and also assess the ground situation in the state, officials said on Thursday.
'COVID-19 Management Not Our Prerogative', EC Tells Supreme Court on Madras High Court 'Murder Charges' Remark
A bench of Justices D Y Chandrachud and M R Shah was told by senior advocate Rakesh Dwivedi, appearing for the EC, that remarks of murder charges made by the Madras High Court against the Constitutional body were unwarranted and such conclusive remarks should not have been made without hearing the poll panel.
Media Cannot Be Stopped From Reporting Court Discussions, Says Supreme Court on EC's Plea Against Madras HC
The Supreme Court on Monday heard the Election Commission's petition against the Madras Court's remarks holding it responsible for the surge in COVID-19 cases in India. While hearing the plea, the apex court said that the media could be stopped from reporting oral remarks of judges.
Assembly Elections Results 2021: TMC Sweeps West Bengal, DMK to Rule Tamil Nadu, LDF In Kerala, BJP Retains Assam, NDA Wins in Puducherry
Mamata Banerjee is set to retain West Bengal by defeating the BJP. In Tamil Nadu, the DMK-Congress alliance won and MK Stalin is set to become the Chief Minister. The LDF has retained Kerala, while Assam has voted for BJP again.