Bawana MCD Election Results 2022: AAP’s candidate Pawan Kumar has won Bawana seat with 10654 votes. Following him a close step, BJP’s Braham Prakash managed to gather 9930 votes. It was close fight where AAP won with a margin of 724 votes. The counting of votes for Delhi MCD elections began at 8:00 am on Wednesday. Bawana Delhi constituency held MCD polls in six wards, namely, Pooth Kalan, Begumpur, Shahbaad Dairy, Pooth Khurd, Bawana and Nangal Thakran. The voting was held on December 4, 2022.
Who were the candidates?
Ritu Solanki, Dharmender Kumar, Ram Chander, Umindra Rana, Pawan Sehrawat and Manisha Nain were the AAP candidates from Pooth Kalan, Begumpur, Shahbaad Dairy, Pooth Khurd, Bawana and Nangal Thakran respectively. Key candidates – Congress was represented by Kuldeep Sehrawat, AAP by Pawan Kumar and Brahmprakash was representing the BJP.
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When the rest of city was busy voting for MCD polls on Dec 7, residents of Katewara village in Bawana boycotted the polls, which made it a hot topic of discusion in the media. According to multiple reports, the boycott was due to lack of development in the area. People are now eagerly waiting to see which government will have the onus of development in the constituency.
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Bawana MCD Elections Results Live Updates
AAP's candidate Pawan Kumar has won Bawana seat with 10654 votes. Following him a close step, BJP's Braham Prakash managed to gather 9930 votes. It was close fight where AAP won with a margin of 724 votes.
After 9 rounds of counting, AAP's Pawan Kumar is leading with 10396 votes against BJP's Braham Prakash with 9800 votes.
BJP maintains a lead of 236 against AAP. Currently, Braham Prakash has got 8173 votes and AAP's Pawan Kumar has got 7937 votes.
Currently, BJP's Braham Prakash continues to lead with 6794 votes against AAP's Pawan Kumar with just a step behind at 6161 votes. After 5 rounds of counting, BJP is ahead with a margin of 633 votes.
BJP's Brahamprakash is slowly gaining huge lead against AAP's Pawan Kumar. Currently, BJP is leading with a margin of 1855 votes Brahamprakash has gathered 5369 votes against Pawan Kumar with 4079 votes as of now.
BJP candidate Brahamprakash leads with a margin of 1290 votes against AAP's Pawan Kumar. Brahamprakash has gathered 5369 votes against Pawan Kumar with 4079 votes as of now.
BJP candidate Brahamprakash leads with a margin of 895 votes against AAP's Pawan Kumar. Brahamprakash has gathered 3594 votes against Pawan Kumar with 2699 votes as of now.
Fresh trends show AAP in the lead with 123 seats, BJP with 115 seats, Congress with 7 seats, and others with 5 seats.
AAP chief spokesperson Saurabh Bharadwaj exuded confidence and said that the party would emerge victorious in more than 180 seats, reported PTI. He also said that the AAP office has been decked up and as soon as the trends start changing, they would celebrate.
Trends have started emerging and as of now AAP is ahead with 122 and BJP not far behind with 121 seats. Congress has 6 and others have 1.
A total of 42 centres have been set up for the counting exercise. The results of this election may have ramifications beyond the national capital once the results are out.
As the counting of votes for the Municipal Corporation of Delhi elections began at 8 am today, early trends are suggesting that AAP is in lead with BJP closely behind.
The Exit Poll Results of the Delhi MCD Election 2022 were announced on Dec 5, Monday where pollsters predicted a clear victory for Aam Aadmi Party.
The counting of votes for the Delhi MCD elections has begun. Stay with us for the final results.
Delhi reported a turnout of around 50% in Dec 5, 2022 municipal polls which was lower than that what it recorded in 2017 and 2012 (around 54%).
Both AAP and the BJP have showed confidence and said that they will emerge victorious in the MCD polls. Congress on the other hand is seeking to regain lost turf.
Tight security arrangements are in place at all the centres where the process of counting of votes will be held. 20 companies of Central Armed Police Forces and more than 10,000 police personnel are deployed for the day at these centres.
The counting of votes will begin at 8:00 am today. The results will be announced shortly after the counting is over.