1. Delhi MCD election results 2017 live updates: BJP sweeps NDMC, SDMC, EDMC; AAP in ‘introspection’ mode

Delhi MCD election results 2017 live updates: BJP sweeps NDMC, SDMC, EDMC; AAP in ‘introspection’ mode

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By: | New Delhi | Updated: April 26, 2017 11:37 PM
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The BJP won the Delhi MCD elections today with over two-thirds majority and the party is set to rule EDMC, NDMC, and SDMC. Following the victory, BJP President Amit Shah and PM Narendra Modi thanked people of Delhi for reposing. Shah said that the results have shown that voters have faith in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership. Meanwhile, taking ‘responsibility for the defeat’, Delhi Congress chief Ajay Maken offered to resign from his post. On the other hand, Aam Aadmi Party has refused to accept the loss as many top leaders have blamed EVMs for the results. However, party chief Arvind Kejriwal took to Twitter to later congratulate the BJP on its victory in the municipal polls. He said that he looks forward to working with all three corporations for the betterment of Delhi.

Here is the tally of Delhi MCD Election. (Scroll down to the bottom for the detailed list of winners/leads)


READ | MCD Elections 2017: Date, Candidate list, Schedule and Results

Here are the live updates of MCD Election Results 2017:

8.53 pm: Despite an evident saffron wave, BJP has reportedly lost all five Muslim candidates — all areas dominated by Muslims

7.25 pm: Dilip Pandey resigns from the post of AAP Delhi Convenor following.

6.39 pm: PTI quoting sources reports that a cabinet re-shuffle may be on card in Aam Admi Party. AAP sources said senior minister Satyendar Jain may be relieved of the charge of the transport department, which was given to him after Labour Minister Gopal Rai gave it up.

6.37 pm: Six independents making their presence felt in a huge way. Independent candidates, Poonam from Nangal Thakran and Archana from Holambi Khurd displayed woman power all on their own from North Delhi.

6.30 pm: Contrary to AAP national convener Arvind Kejriwal’s stand, party MP Bhagwant Mann said there was no use in finding fault with Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) and the party should introspect on the reasons behind its defeat in Punjab.

6.09 pm: Senior Congress leader Varyam Kaur, who was the leader of the Opposition in the EDMC House, lost to her BJP rival by a huge margin of 9,115 votes.

5.58 pm: The lowest poll margin was in east Delhi’s Bhajanpura ward, where BJP’s Gurjeet Kaur defeated Congress’s Rekha Rani by a mere 58 votes.

5.45 pm:  News agency PTI reports that a BJP candidate in a south Delhi ward trounced his AAP rival by a whopping 9,866 votes, the highest winning margin in municipal corporation elections, the results for which were declared today.

5.30 pm: Expert Speak: Kumar Rajesh, Fellow at Delhi University’s Developing Countries Research Centre (DCRC), described AAP’s slide as “steep” but predictable. “While they entered Delhi’s political scene with a bang the slide for AAP has been steep,” he said.

5.10 pm: Expert Speak: The director of the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS), Sanjay Kumar, believed that AAP’s defeat would “reduce its chances of survival” as a political party.  “If you see AAP’s report card in terms of state governance, the score isn’t really bad. But the Modi wave helped the BJP garner more votes and register a historic win,” he told PTI.

4.56 pm: Lagta hai angoor khatte hain, janta ka apmaan na kare vipaksh to achha hoga: Piyush Goyal, BJP on EVM row MCD results

4.46 pm: I congratulate BJP on their victory in all 3 MCDs. My govt looks forward to working wid MCDs for the betterment of Delhi

4.40 pm: “Lesson & message for ‘EVM Vilaap Mandli’- Instead of blaming EVM, respect people’s mandate & do introspection. “#DelhiMCDpolls-Clean sweep against politics of anarchy, arrogance. Results reflect people’s passion for inclusive growth, good-governance,” Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi tweeted.

4.38 pm: After Ajay Maken, Congress’ incharge of Delhi affairs P C Chacko has also resigned from his post, owning responsibility for the party’s dismal show in the MCD polls. He sent his resignation to party president Sonia Gandhi and vice chief Rahul Gandhi, PTI reported.

4.17 pm: Ajay Maken has now formally resigned as Delhi Congress chief, earlier, speaking to media, he had said that Congress had fought the election on positive issues. He added that party was satisfied that we raised reasonable issues in the election. “I was given free hand during my two-year tenure as Delhi Congress president in organisational appointments,” he said.

3.59 pm: Congress’ Delhi incharge P C Chacko sends his resignation to Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi after party’s dismal show in MCD polls.

3.30 pm:  Taking responsibility to defeat in all three wards, I offer to resign as MLA and from all party posts, claims AAP MLA Alka Lamba.

3.10 pm: Senior Congress leader & AICC General Secretary Gurudas Kamat resigns from all party posts. It’s not clear if the resignation has come in wake of Delhi MCD Elections.

2.51 pm: Watch: Amit Shah full press conference after MCD poll results

2.46 pm: Both of us(Me&Maken) in a way failed in our responsibility, party should have opportunity to put things in order&improve situation: PC Chacko

2.40 pm: I congratulate the people of Delhi for giving unprecedented victory to BJP in MCD polls by embracing politics of development: Shri Amit Shah

2.25 pm: PC Chacko offers to resign as Congress Delhi in-charge.

2:17 pm: Watch- AAP raises EVMs ‘tampering’ issue

1:54 pm: PM Narendra Modi’s reaction on the results

1:49 pm: Watch- Amit Shah’s reaction on MCD results. 

1:47  pm: Watch– Sheila Dikshit’s reaction over Ajay Maken’s offer to resign

1:30 pm: What Arvind Kejriwal said, has not done, says Anna Hazare.

1:15 pm: Watch- Ajay Maken offers his resignation.

1:08 pm: The country stands with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. We got this mandate because people like our development agenda, says Naidu.

1:06 pm: I would like to congratulate people of Delhi, BJP leaders and Manoj Tiwari for this results, says Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu.

1:03 pm: Watch: This is a significant as well as historic mandate, says Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari.

1:00 pm: CM Kejriwal’s statements are full of negativity, says Tiwari.

12:58 pm: Manoj Tiwari takes a dig at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal saying “first time we have seen a CM  who threatens people”, as per TV reports.

12:55 pm: We dedicate this win to CRPF jawans who lost their lives in Sukma attack, says BJP Delhi Chief Manoj Tiwari.

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12:43 pm: Watch- Union Minister Harsh Vardhan’s reaction over results

12:38 pm: Think President should dismiss Delhi Govt and order fresh elections.  AAP support has evaporated. It was done in 1977,SC also upheld it, says BJP leader Subramanian Swamy, according to PTI report.

12:35 pm: Watch- Yogendra Yadav flays Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal

12:30 pm: If he has given his resignation, it is up to the party high-command to decide, says former Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit over Ajay Maken’s offer to resign.

12:26 pm: Taking responsibility for defeat in all 3 wards, I offer to resign as MLA and from all party posts, says Alka Lamba.

12:25 pm: Watch- Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu is addressing media

12:20 pm: AAP MLA Alka Lamba offers to resign, as per ABP News report.

12:14 pm: In 2015 Delhi Assembly elections, Arvind Kejriwal had won via EVMs. First he should answer that question, says Amit Shah, as per ANI report.

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11:58 am: While if we can’t trust EVM, we must trust EC, says Ajay Maken.

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11:52 am: We have made a reasonable comeback, but I had hoped to do better in MCD elections, says Ajay Maken.

11:50 am: For 1 year I will not take up any post in the party, will work as a party worker, says Ajay Maken

11:48 am: Take responsibility for defeat and I am going to resign as Delhi Congress President, says Ajay Maken, as per ANI report.

11:44 am: Check out Amit Shah’s tweet

11:38 am: BJP President Amit Shah says MCD wins approve PM Modi’s leadership.

11:36 am: I would like to congratulate people of Delhi for MCD results.

11:35 am: The verdict is unbelievable, says Sisodia.

11:33 am: Manish Sisodia addressing press conference.

1:26 am: Here is more from Amit Shah:

1:25 am: BJP president Amit Shah has congratulated Manoj Tiwari and party workers for the win in Delhi:

11:24 am: Here is what Sheila Dikshit has to say about Congress’ poor show:

11:20 am: BJP Delhi unit chief Manoj Tiwari gives credit to Narendra Modi’s vision and hard work of party workers. While speaking to ABP News, he said getting over 180 seats means people of every category have voted for BJP.

11:18 am: According to the indianexpress.com, BJP’s Satpal Kharwal has won from Vishnu Garden with a margin of 1760 votes. Also, Congress’ Sultana Abad has taken lead over AAP’s Hameeda at Jama Masjid

11:16 am: Here is what BJP spokesperson Aman Sinha has to say about party’s huge lead:

11:12 am: Nitin Gadkari bashed Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal by saying he should concentrate on development instead of EVM machines.

11:10 am: Union Minister Nitin Gadkari asks if EVMs were tampered why did BJP lose in Punjab?

11:07 am: Delhi’s deputy CM Manish Sisodia has blamed EVM machines for the loss in a series of tweets:

11:03 am: Union Minister Jitender Singh believes this is the beginning of a new chapter in India’s democracy:

11:02 am: On the other hand, BJP is leading in Chandni Chowk. The party’s Sandeep Kapoor has won Krishna Nagar (21 E) in East with a margin of over 9000 votes.

11:01 am: AAP has registered its first win. According to the indianexpress.com AAP has won Shakurpur ward in North Delhi, defeating the Congress candidate by over 1300 votes. The party is currently leading in Jama Masjid too.

11:00 am: In North Delhi, BJP is leading on 66 seats, AAP is leading in 18 seats while Congress is ahead on 16 seats.

10:50 am: Union Minister Nitin Gadkari says people should accept the mandate with maturity. “Winning and losing is a part of democracy, one must accept mandate of the people with maturity,” he told ANI.

10:48 am: Minister of state in Union government, Jitender Singh said young voters of Delhi are not ready to be fooled like the previous election. “The Delhi voter today has come of age. Youth voters are not ready to fooled or bluffed up the tricks of the last election,” he was quoted saying by Times Now.

10:45 am: Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari thanks people of Delhi:

10:42 am: Talking about EVM tampering, Sheila Dikshit said government and Election Commission should make it clear as whoever loses blames the EVM machines. “EC aur Govt ko duvidha duur karni chahiye par jo haarta hai vo kehta hai EVM kharab hai,jo jeet ta hai vo kehta hai theek hai,” she told ANI.

10:40 am: Divide in Congress is getting clearly visible. Former Chief Minister of Delhi says the party should have done aggressive campaigning, She added that no one asked her to campaign for the party. “Aggressive campaign karna chahiye tha, maine campaign nahi kiya kyunki kisi ne mujhe kaha hi nahi,” she was quoted saying by the news agency ANI.

10:35 am: Congress leader Prerna Sharma while speaking to News X said her party will act as a responsible Opposition and will make sure that BJP fulfils all its promises.

10:33 am: Arvind Kejriwal’s advisor Nagendra Sharma has also attacked the EVM machines. He says, ” When machines are with you human will is of no relevance.”

10:30 am: The Bharatiya Janata Party workers have put a huge poster outside the party office dedicating the win to Sukma martyrs.

10:27 am: According to the latest data by ABP news, BJP is leading in 181 seats, Congress is ahead in 34 seats while AAP is leading in 41 wards. Others are leading in 14 wards.

10:24 am: Here is the full statement from AAP leader Ashutosh:

10:22 am: Taking a dig at Arvind Kejriwal and Aam Aadmi Party, Yogendra Yadav said blaming EVM machines for the loss doesn’t reflect a mature and sensible leadership.

10:18 am: BJP is currently leading on 183 seats while AAP is ahead in only 42 seats. Yogendra Yadav congratulated the Bharatiya Janata Party for its massive win.

10:15 am: Here is what Gopal Rai has to say:

10:13 am: AAP leader Ashutosh also questions the use of EVM machines in the MCD polls. He said BJp hasn’t done anything in last 10 years so why would people vote for it!

10:11 am: Union Minister Jitender Singh praises his part’s lead in MCD. “BJP only viable option available to voter today & that is why BJP given mandate at every level; thank voter of Delhi,” he said while speaking to news agency ANI.

10:09 am: Media waits outside Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal’s house as he holds meeting with top party leaders:

(Source: ANI)

10:08 am: Here is what BJP leader Dr Harshvardhan Singh has to say about people’s mandate:

10:05 am: Delhi Minister Gopal Rai while talking to media said, this isn’t Modi wave, this is EVM wave. He accused BJP of EVM tampering in the MCD elections.

10:02 am: AAP leader Bhagwat Mann has attacked Arvind Kejriwal for party’s poor show. In an interview with Tribune he said, there is no point in criticising EVM machines. Party’s leadership has made a historic mistake. We were like a mohalla cricket team and didn’t announce a CM face in Punjab.

10:00 am: BJP is currently leading in 179 seats while AAP is ahead on 43 seats. Congress is falling behind with lead on 35 seats.

9:57 am: Swaraj India leader Yogendra Yadav believes people have given their verdict and it should be respected:

9:55 am: The only bright spot for AAP is that it is ahead of Congress in both South as well as North corporations. However, it is on the third spot in the overall seat count.

9:52 am: Top Aam Aadmi Party leaders are having a meeting at Arvind Kejriwal’s place according to ABP news. Manish Sisodia and Gopal Rai are also present in the meeting. The topic being discussed is the use of EVM machines.

9:49 am: In MCD polls AAP getting hammered even in the bastion of some of their most important leaders. Total rejection by the voters of the capital. The party is behind in the wards of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia’s wards.

9:45 am: While talking to India  Today, Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari said his party will make Delhi clean within four months.

9:43 am: When talked about the possibility of being BJPs CM face in the next elections, Manoj Tiwari laughed. However, he said people of Delhi wants Arvind Kejriwal to resign.

9:42 am: According to the news agency ANI, Bharatiya Janata Party has won from Janakpuri West and Janakpuri East.

9:41 am: Actor-turned-politician Ravi Kishan called it a victory of truth while talking to ABP news.

9:40 am: While talking to India Today, Manoj Tiwari thanked the people of Delhi. However, he said he is said because of what happened in Sukma and that is why there won’t be any celebration in BJP.

9:35 am: It is turning out to be a huge shocker for Aam Aadmi Party as BJP is leading from Civil Lines seat where Kejriwal resides.

9:33 am: A sombre-looking Manoj Tiwari says that he is very pained by the Sukma attack but also thanked people of Delhi for the results that are emerging in the MCD elections.  He gave credit to Narendra Modi and Amit Shah for the emerging win.

9:31 am: BJP leader Shazia Ilmi attacked Arvind Kejriwal while talking to Times Now. “Arvind Kejriwal there for Kanhaiya, Umar Khalid, but not for Delhi,” she said.

9:27 am: According to the reports by ABP news, BJP has won in Khanpur & Madangir wards.

9:25 am: Both BJP and Congress are gaining the lost ground. Both the parties are now leading in over 40 seats.

9:20 am: BJP’s win could be massive morale booster keeping in mind the 2019 Lok Sabha elections as well as Delhi assembly election.

9:18 am: According to TV reports, there won’t be any celebrations on BJP’s part because of the Sukma attack that took place yesterday.

9:15 am: Here are the latest numbers:

9:14 am: Union Minister Vijay Goel while speaking to India Today, urged Arvind Kejriwal to work with the Bharatiya Janata Party.

9:12 am: Here are the visuals from the counting booth:

(Source: ANI)

9:11 am: Union Minister Vijay Goel has some strong words for Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal as early trends show lead for the Bharatiya Janata Party.

9:09 am: Aam Aadmi Party is losing even in the wards of ministers Manish Sisodia and Satyendra Jain.

9:08 am: BJP is only facing some competition in the East corporation where both Congress and Aam Aadmi Party are fighting for the second spot.

9:05 am: Here is what BJP Delhi chief Manoj Tiwari has to say:

9:01 am: The Modi impact is clearly visible in the numbers. BJP has taken a massive early lead in the first one hour.

8:58 am: The Bharatiya Janata Party has bow taken a lead in all the three MCDs which is a huge blow for both Congress and AAP.

8:56 am: If Congress is not able to improve on its numbers from Last time, the Sheila Dikshit camp might use it to its advantage to build pressure on Ajay Maken.

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8:52 am: The Aam Aadmi Party is now ahead on 43 seats. It has taken a lead over Congress which is now leading on 41 seats.8:50 am: BJP leader Harshvardhan Singh while speaking to the news agency ANI said, “trends look in tune with what I saw during campaigning. People have faith in policies of BJP&leadership of PM.”

8:45 am: The Aam Aadmi Party is not doing as bad as the Exit Poll data predicted but is surely heading towards a huge loss.

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8:40 am: The MCD result will determine whether the sway of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP, which had stunned all by bagging 67 seats out of 70 in the 2015 Delhi Assembly polls, still prevails and will the party be able to put behind its humiliating Rajouri Garden bypoll defeat. The early trends are not in AAP’s favour for sure.

8:38 am: BJP is leading in over 160 seats while Congress is ahead in 54 seats:

8:33 am: BJP is currently leading in 132 seats. If it does win, it will be for the third consecutive time when BJP will get the command of MCD.

8:32 am: Here are the latest numbers:

8:30 am: Aam Aadmi Party’s Kapil Mishra said We will know the people’s verdict in few hours – let us wait.

8:25 am: BJP is currently leading in over 120 seats. Congress is ahead on 40 seats.

8:20 am: BJP has now taken a lead on over 75 seats. Huge blow for the Aam Aadmi Party that is struggling with a lead in just 10 wards while Congress has taken lead on 14 wards as well.

8:10 am: BJP is ahead from South Delhi and Parparganj while Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party has also opened its account and is leading in one ward now.

8:08 am: Bjp is dominating the early trends. The party is currently leading on seven seats while Congress is ahead in one seat according to ABP news.

8:06 am: Congress has opened its account as well and is leading on one seat.

8:03 am: The early trends have given BJP a lead. The party is leading on two sears according to India Today.

8:00 am: The counting of votes has begun in Delhi. This is a huge test of Manoj Tiwari’s leadership who faces the tough task of uprooting Congress and AAP from Delhi.

7:46 am: The Bharatiya Janata Party Delhi chief Manoj Tiwari offered prayers at his home before the counting begins:

(Source: ANI)

7:53 am: Polling in two wards — Sarai Pipal Thala and Maujpur — was postponed for the next month following the death of two candidates.

7:48 am: Congress leader Ajay Maken compares numbers before the counting starts:

7:39 am: Reacting to the Exit Poll data Arvind Kejriwal had said, “If such results come then it proves that manipulation has happened, like in Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Pune, Mumbai, Bhind and Dholpur. We are the product of a movement. We are not here to enjoy the pleasures of power. We will return to movement.”

7:30 am: Here are the visuals from a counting centre in RK Puram:

(Source: ANI)

7:28 am: In an interview with CNN News 18 on 15th April 2017, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal said Modi wave is deceptive. Today, we will find out.

7:25 am: The counting of votes will begin at 8 am and it will be a huge test for the ‘big three’: BJP, AAP and Congress.

7.15 am: The final result would be announced by Delhi State Election Commission after 5 pm.

READ | MCD, EDMC, NDMC, SDMC Delhi Municipal election results 2017: Full list of winners from all wards

7.10 am: The total number of seats across the three civic bodies in Delhi — South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC), North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) and East Delhi Municipal Corporation (EDMC) — is 272. The counting would begin at 8.00 am at 35 centres across Delhi.

Full list of winners of all wards in NDMC, EDMC and SDMC:

List of wards and winning candidates under South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC)

Ward Winner/lead Party
Abul Fazal Enclave Abdul Wajid Khan AAP
Andrews Ganj Abishek Dutt CONGRESS
Aya Nagar Jagdish Singh Lohia BJP
Badarpur Raju Nirmal BJP
Bapraula Jugni Devi JDU
Bhati Mahesh BJP
Bijwasan Narender Rana AAP
Bindapur Rajiv Kumar BJP
Chhatarpur Pinky Tyagi AAP
Chhawla Sumit Shokeen AAP
Chirag Delhi Pratibha Chauhan BJP
Chitaranjan Park Subhash Bhadana BJP
Dabri Rekha Chauhan BJP
Dakshin Puri Vivek Kalosia BJP
Daryaganj Yasmin Kidwai CONGRESS
Deoli Renu AAP
Dichaon Kalan Neelam INLD
Dwarka-A Madhuri Varshney AAP
Dwarka-B Kamaljeet Sehrawat BJP
Dwarka-C Sushma BJP
Ghuman Hera Deepak Mehra SP
Gopal Nagar Naresh Kumari CONGRESS
Govind Puri Chander Prakash CONGRESS
Greater Kailash Shikha Roy BJP
Hari Nagar-A Uma Naidu CONGRESS
Hari Nagar-B Anamika BJP
Harkesh Nagar Vinod Kumar BJP
Hastsal Harish Harjai BJP
Hauz Khas Anil Kumar BJP
Isapur Suman Dagar BJP
Jaitpur Kamlesh Kumar Shukla BJP
Janakpuri South Veena Sharma BJP
Janakpuri West Narender Chawla BJP
Kakraula Rajdutt BJP
Kalkaji Manpreet Kaur Kalra BJP
Kapashera Aarti Yadav IND
Kasturba Nagar Seema Malik BJP
Keshopur Shveta Saini BJP
Khanpur Suresh Kumar Gupta BJP
Khyala Savita Yadav BJP
Kotla Mubarakpur Vinod Kumar BJP
Lado Sarai Kishanwanti AAP
Lajpat Nagar Sunil Sahdev BJP
Madangir Subhash Nagar BJP
Madanpur Khadar East Santosh Devi BJP
Madanpur Khadar West Kamlesh BJP
Madhu Vihar Mamta Dhama BJP
Madipur Sunita BJP
Mahavir Enclave Raj Kumar BJP
Mahavir Nagar Rita Oberoi BJP
Mahipalpur Inderjeet Sehrawat BJP
Malviya Nagar Nandani Sharma BJP
Manglapuri Krishan Kumar Godara BJP
Matiala Ashok Sharma IND
Mehrauli Rekha Mahender Chaudhary IND
Milap Nagar Veena Sabarwal BJP
Mohan Garden-North Babita BJP
Mohan Garden-South Shyam Kumar Mishra BJP
Molarband Shivender Nagar CONGRESS
Munirka Bhagat Singh Tokas BJP
Najafgarh Meena Devi IND
Nangli Sakrawati Priyanka Verma BJP
Nawada Balraj Sharma AAP
Om Vihar Birendri Awana BJP
Palam Aman Kumar BJP
Pratap Nagar Amarjit Singh BJP
Pul Pehladpur
Punjabi Bagh Kailash Sankla BJP
Pushp Vihar Rekha BJP
R.K. Puram Arti Bagdi AAP
Raghubir Nagar Poorva BJP
Raj Nagar Poonam Bhardwaj AAP
Raja Garden Anita Prabhakar AAP
Rajouri Garden Balram Kumar Oberoi BJP
Ranhola Suresh Kumar CONGRESS
Roshanpura Satya Pal Malik BJP
Sadh Nagar Inder Kaur BJP
Safdarjung Enclave Radhika Abrol BJP
Sagarpur-East Poonam Jindal BJP
Sagarpur-West Mukesh Suryan BJP
Said-Ul-Ajaib Prem Deep Balhara CONGRESS
Sainik Enclave Reeta BJP
Sangam Vihar-A Suresh Choudhary IND
Sangam Vihar-B Maya Singh BJP
Sangam Vihar-C Jitendra Kumar AAP
Sangam Vihar-D Urmila Yadav AAP
Sangam Vihar-E Pankaj Gupta AAP
Sarita Vihar Juhi Khan AAP
Sidharth Nagar Darshana CONGRESS
Sitapuri Sandeep Jain BJP
Sri Niwas Puri Rajpal Singh BJP
Subhash Nagar Surinder Kukmar Setia CONGRESS
Tagore Garden Namrata Dang BJP
Tigri Jyoti Kohli AAP
Tilak Nagar Gurmukh Singh AAP
Tughlakabad Suman BJP
Tughlakabad Extension Poonam Bhati BJP
Uttam Nagar Abha Chauhan BJP
Vasant Kunj Ranjeet CONGRESS
Vasant Vihar Anil Malik CONGRESS
Vikas Nagar Randhir Kumar BJP
Vikaspuri Leena Asiwal AAP
Vishnu Garden Satpal Kharwal BJP
Zakir Nagar Shoab Danish CONGRESS

List of wards and winning candidates under North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC)

Ward Winner/lead Party
Adarsh Nagar Anshul Gupta CONGRESS
Ajmeri Gate Rakesh Kumar AAP
Alipur Nisha Mann BJP
Aman Vihar Ravinder Bhardwaj AAP
Anand Parbat Prerna Singh CONGRESS
Ashok Vihar Yogesh Kumar Verma BJP
Bakhtawarpur Suneet Chauhan BJP
Baljit Nagar Sunita Gauba BJP
Ballimaran Mohd Qazzafi CONGRESS
Bankner Dinesh Kumar CONGRESS
Bawana Braham Parkash BJP
Bazar Sita Ram Seema Tahira CONGRESS
Begumpur Anita Yadav CONGRESS
Bhalswa Surender Singh Khrub BJP
Budh Vihar Gayatri Garg BJP
Burari Anil Kumar Tyagi BJP
Chandni Chowk Ravinder Kumar BJP
Civil Lines Avtar Singh BJP
Delhi Gate Aaley Mohammaed Iqbal CONGRESS
Dev Nagar Sushila Khorwal CONGRESS
Dhirpur Naveen Kumar Tyagi BJP
East Patel Nagar Manoj Kumar AAP
G.T.B. Nagar Raja Iqbal Singh BJP
Haiderpur Sujeet Thakur BJP
Holambi Khurd Mamta AAP
Inder Puri Jyoti Kumari AAP
Jahangir Puri Pooja BSP
Jama Masjid Sultana Abad CONGRESS
Jharoda Rekha Sinha BJP
Kadipur Urmila Rana BJP
Kamalpur Kaustuba Nand Balodi BJP
Kamla Nagar Jogi Ram Jain BJP
Kanjhawala Poonam Dabas BJP
Karampura Sunita BJP
Karol Bagh Rajesh Kumar BJP
Kirari Suleman Nagar Urmila Choudhary BJP
Kishan Ganj Usha Sharma CONGRESS
Kohat Enclave Meenakshi BJP
Lakshmi Park Mandeep Shokeen CONGRESS
Malka Ganj Guddi Devi CONGRESS
Mangolpuri-A Neeta Rukhad BJP
Mangolpuri-B Vijay Kumar BJP
Mangolpuri-C Munni Devi AAP
Mangolpuri-D Radha Devi AAP
Model Town Seema Gupta BJP
Moti Nagar Vipin Malhotra BJP
Mubarak Pur Dabas Poonam Parashar Jha BJP
Mukherjee Nagar Pooja Madan BJP
Mukundpur Inder Singh BJP
Mundka Anil AAP
Nangal Thakran Poonam IND
Nangloi Hem Lata IND
Nangloi Jat Mohit Kumar BJP
Naraina Chhail Bihari Goswami BJP
Narela Savita BJP
Nihal Vihar Nirmala AAP
Nilothi Geeta IND
Nimri Colony Mamta Dhika BJP
Nithari Sarika Suman AAP
Pahar Ganj Babita Bharija BJP
Paschim Vihar Vineet Vohra BJP
Peera Garhi Vinay Rawat BJP
Pitampura Anju Jain BJP
Pooth Khurd Anju Devi BJP
Prem Nagar Surjeet Singh AAP
Quraish Nagar Shaheen AAP
Rajinder Nagar Paramjeet Singh Rana BJP
Ram Nagar Kanta BJP
Ram Pura Sunder Lal Basoya BJP
Ramesh Nagar Veena Virmani BJP
Rani Bagh Vandna Jaitly BJP
Rani Khera Jayender Kumar Dabas BJP
Ranjit Nagar Gaurav Arora CONGRESS
Rithala Arun Kumar Sharma BJP
Rohini-A Vinod Mahendru BJP
Rohini-B Kanika Jain BJP
Rohini-C BJP BJP
Rohini-D Anand Singh BJP
Rohini-E Saroj Bala Jain BJP
Rohini-F Abhinav Mishra AAP
Rohini-G Chitra Aggarwal BJP
Rohini-H Alok Sharma BJP
Rohini-I Ritu Goel BJP
Sadar Bazar Jai Parkash BJP
Samaypur Badli Neesha Yadav CONGRESS
Sangam Park Hari Shankar BJP
Sant Nagar Kusum Devi CONGRESS
Sarai Pipal Thala
Saraswati Vihar Neeraj Kumar BJP
Sarup Nagar Sudesh CONGRESS
Sawan Park Manju Khandelwal BJP
Shakur Pur Ashok Kumar AAP
Shalimar Bagh-North Renu Jaju BJP
Shalimar Bagh-South Tilak Raj Kataria BJP
Shastri Nagar Sneh Bansal BJP
Sultanpuri-A Sanjeev Kumar AAP
Sultanpuri-B Sohan Pal BJP
Sultanpuri-C Kirti BJP
Swami Sharda Nand Colony Vijay Kumar Bhagat BJP
Timarpur Amar Lata Sangwan CONGRESS
Tri Nagar Manju Sanjay Sharma BJP
Vijay Vihar Manish Chaudhary BJP
Wazir Pur Vikas Goel AAP
West Patel Nagar Adesh Kumar Gupta BJP

List of wards and winning candidates under East Delhi Municipal Corporation (EDMC)

Ward Winner/lead Party
Anand Vihar Gunjan Gupta BJP
Anarkali Rekha BJP
Ashok Nagar Reena Maheshwari BJP
Babarpur Kusum Tomar BJP
Bhajan Pura Rekha Rani CONGRESS
Braham Puri Raj Kumar Ballan BJP
Chauhan Banger Abdul Rehman AAP
Dallupura Rajeev Kumar BJP
Dilshad Colony Indira Jha BJP
Dilshad Garden Ajit Singh CONGRESS
Gautam Puri Krishan Kumar Aggarwal BJP
Geeta Colony Neema Bhagat BJP
Gharoli Jugnu BSP
Ghonda Durgesh Tiwari BJP
Ghondli Shahnawaz AAP
Gokal Puri Nirmla Kumari BJP
Harsh Vihar Sudesh CONGRESS
I.P. Extension Dharamveer Singh IND
Janta Colony Prem Babu Saxena AAP
Jhilmil Geetika Pankaj Luthra CONGRESS
Joharipur Kanhaiya Lal BJP
Kalyan Puri Kuldeep Kumar AAP
Kanti Nagar Kanchan Maheshwari BJP
Karawal Nagar-East Puneet Sharma BJP
Karawal Nagar-West Satya Pal Singh BJP
Kardam Puri Sazid AAP
Khajoori Khas Manoj Kumar Tyagi AAP
Kishan Kunj Himanshi Pandey BJP
Kondli Ajay Kumar Verma CONGRESS
Krishna Nagar Sandeep Kapoor BJP
Lakshmi Nagar Santosh BJP
Mandawali Shashi Chandna BJP
Mayur Vihar Phase-I Anita AAP
Mayur Vihar Phase-II Bhavna Malik BJP
Mustafabad Shakila Begum AAP
Nand Nagri Lallan Prasad BSP
Nehru Vihar Arun Singh Bhati BJP
New Ashok Nagar Rajni Pandey BJP
New Seemapuri Krishna Mishra BJP
Pandav Nagar Govind Aggarwal BJP
Patpar Ganj Bipin Bihari Singh BJP
Preet Vihar Babita Khanna BJP
Raghubarpura Shyam Sunder Aggarwal BJP
Ram Nagar Ashok Sharma AAP
Rohtash Nagar Suman Lata BJP
Saboli Hari Prakash Bahadur BJP
Sadatpur Neeta Bisht BJP
Seelampur Shakila Begum BSP
Shahdara Nirmal Jain BJP
Shakarpur Neetu Tripathi BJP
Shastri Park Surender Prakash Sharma CONGRESS
Shiv Vihar Reena Devi BJP
Sonia Vihar Sushma Mishra BJP
Sri Ram Colony Kusum Tiwari BJP
Subhash Mohalla Savita Sharma CONGRESS
Sunder Nagri Vimlesh AAP
Trilokpuri-East Rohit Kumar AAP
Trilokpuri-West Saroj BJP
Vinod Nagar Rahul Singh NCPBJP
Vishwas Nagar Anju BJP
Vivek Vihar Sanjay Goyal BJP
Welcome Colony Ajay Sharma BJP
Yamuna Vihar Pramod Gupta BJP


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