Delhi Assembly Election 2020: Congress Candidate List for Delhi Election 2020

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Updated: January 21, 2020 12:09:27 PM

Congress CM Candidate List for Delhi Election 2020: The Delhi Legislative Assembly has 70 seats. Polling will take place on February 8 and results will be declared on February 11.

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Congress Candidate List for Delhi Assembly Election 2020: The Congress party has released the list of candidates for the February 8 Delhi Assembly polls. The grand old party has focused on fresh faces to take on the ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). The party has fielded Romesh Sabharwal against Chief Minister and AAP supremo Arvind Kejriwal from the New Delhi seat. The party has fielded Lakshman Rawat against Deputy CM Manish Sisodia from Patparganj. Former AAP leader Alka Lamba, who switched over to the Congress, will enter the fray from Chandni Chowk Assembly seat. Party’s election campaign committee chairman Kirti Azad’s wife Poonam Azad will contest from Sangam Vihar. Former Delhi Congress chief Arvinder Singh Lovely will contest from the Gandhi Nagar seat. Meanwhile, Adarsh Shastri, who quit the AAP after the party denied him a ticket, will contest from Dwaraka on a Congress ticket.

Here is the full list of Congress candidates declared so far:

1. Narela – Siddarth Kundu

2. Timarpur – Amar Lata Sangwan

3. Adarsh Nagar – Mukesh Goel

4. Badli – Devender Yadav

5. Rithala – Pradeep Kumar Pandey

6. Bawana – Surender Kumar

7. Mundka – Naresh Kumar

8. Sultanpur Majra – Jai Kishan

9. Nangloi – Jat Mandeep Singh

10. Mangol Puri – Rajesh Lilotia

11. Rohini – Sumesh Gupta

12. Shalimar Bagh – JS Nayol

13. Shakur Basti – Dev Raj Arora

14. Tri Nagar – Kamal Kant Sharma

15. Wazirpur – Hari Kishan Sharma

16. Model Town – Akanksha Ola

17. Sadar Bazar – Satbir Sharma

18. Chandni Chowk – Alka Lamba

19. Matia Mahal – Mirza Javed Ali

20. Ballimaran – Haroon Yusuf

21. Karol Bagh – Gaurav Dhanak

22. Patel Nagar – Krishna Tirath

23. Moti Nagar – Ramesh Kumar Popli

24. Rajouri Garden – Amandeep Singh Sudan

25. Hari Nagar – Surender Sethi

26. Janakpuri – Radhika Khera

27. Dwarka – Adarsh Shastri

28. Matiala – Sumesh Shokeen

29. Nazafgarh – Sahib Singh Yadav

30. Delhi Cantt – Sandeep Tanwar

31. Jangpura – Talvinder Singh Marwah

32. Kasturba Nagar – Abhishek Dutt

33. Malviya Nagar – Neetu Verma

34. RK Puram – Priyanka Singh

35. Chhatarpur – Satish Lohia

36. Deoli – Arvinder Singh

37. Ambedkar Nagar – Yaduraj Chaudhary

38. Sangam Vihar – Poonam Azad

39. Greater Kailash – Sukhbir Singh Pawar

40. Kalkaji – Shivani Chopra

41. Tughlakabad – Shubham Sharma

42. Trilokpuri – Vijay Kumar

43. Patparganj – Laxman Ravat

44. Laxmi Nagar – Hari Dutt Sharma

45. Vishwas Nagar – Guru Charan Singh Raju

46. Krishna Nagar – Ashok Walia

47. Gandhi Nagar – Arvind Singh Lovely

48. Shah Dara – Narender Nath

49. Seema Puri – Veer Singh Dhingan

50. Rohtas Nagar – Vipin Sharma

51. Seelampur – Mateen Ahmed

52. Babarpur – Anveeksha Tripathi Jain

53. Gokalpur – SP Singh

54. Mustafabad – Ali Mehndi

55. Tilak Nagar – S Raminder Singh Bamrah

56. Rajinder Nagar – Rocky Tuseed

57. New Delhi – Romesh Sabharwal

58. Badarpur – Pramod Kumar Yadav

59. Kondli – Amareesh Goutham

60. Ghonda – Bhisham Sharma

61. Karawal Nagar – Arvind Singh

62. Madipur – Jai Prakash Panwar

63. Vikaspuri – Mukesh Sharma

64. Bijwasan – Parveen Rana

65. Mehrauli – Mohinder Chaudhary

66. Okhla – Parvez Hashmi

The Delhi Legislative Assembly has 70 seats. Polling will take place on February 8 and results will be declared on February 11. The Congress ruled Delhi under the leadership of Sheila Dikshit for 15 years between 1998 and 2013. In the 2015 Assembly elections, the grand old party drew a blank.

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