1. MCD Elections 2017 Results: Final List of Winners of All Wards, Dates, Exit Polls, Schedule, Leaders Quit

MCD Elections 2017 Results: Final List of Winners of All Wards, Dates, Exit Polls, Schedule, Leaders Quit

Delhi MCD elections are not far away and incumbent BJP and its bitter rival AAP led by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal are gearing up to take control of prestigious EDMC, NDMC and SDMC.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: April 27, 2017 2:57 PM
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BJP has won the Delhi MCD election 2017 with a massive margin. While the counting is still on, the party is expected to win around 180 seats out of 270 that went to polls on April 23.

Delhi MCD election 2017 was held on April 23 after a heated campaign by incumbent BJP and bitter rival AAP led by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for the control of EDMC, NDMC and SDMC. Congress was hoping to revive its fortune after hapless performances in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand elections.  After  AAP’s poor performance in Punjab and Goa assembly elections, Arvind Kejriwal hoped to make inroads in Delhi’s civic bodies.


Kejriwal had demanded that EVMs should not be used in these elections alleging that the machines were tampered with in Uttar Pradesh and Punjab Assembly elections. AAP also decided to show Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s video message in different parts of the city using projectors as part of its campaign strategy. Kejriwal was seen attacking the BJP-led MCDs over alleged financial irregularities.

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A Delhi BJP delegation met State Election Commissioner SK Srivastava and sought his direction to remove the words “Aam Aadmi” from the names of the AAP government-run schemes, including mohalla clinics. The leader of Opposition in Delhi Assembly, Vijender Gupta, who led the delegation, said ruling Aam Aadmi Party should not be allowed to use its official position during electioneering as the model code of conduct had come into force. The BJP leaders, including MLAs Jagdish Pradhan and OP Sharma, also handed over a memorandum of their demands to Srivastava.

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On the day of the result (April 26, 2017) Congress leader Ajay Maken offered to resign following poor results of his party in the MCD election 2017. AAP Delhi unit convenor Dilip Pandey also quit, while AAP MLA Alka Lamba offered to resign because failing to win seats in the civic body polls. A day after the result, senior AAP leader Sanjay Singh resigned as the party’s Punjab in-charge over its drubbing in the state Assembly polls in February. However, it was not clear whether AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal had accepted the resignations.

Important Dates

Elections to 270 wards of north, east and south municipal corporations were held on April 23 and the results announced on April 26. While NDMC and SMDC have 104 seats each, EDMC has 64 seats. Elections to two wards were canceled because of the death of two candidates.


Fielding right candidates was a key issue. BJP decided not to field sitting councilors instead the party went ahead with new faces.

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) replaced a candidate for the upcoming municipal corporation polls here after finding that a criminal case was registered against him. The party canceled candidature of Vijay Pawadia, who was declared AAP candidate from Dwarka for election to the municipal corporation of Delhi (MCD). “The party received a complaint about the candidate that he had a criminal case against him. On investigation, it was found to be true, so his candidature had to be canceled,” said AAP’s Delhi unit secretary Saurabh Bharadwaj.

Total number of voters

Over 1.32 crore electorate were eligible to vote in the polls. While the male vote share stood at 54.04 per cent, the figure for women was pegged at 53.02. 93 votes were polled by people belonging to the other category

How many people voted

As many as 71,39,994 votes were polled on April 23. South Delhi polled maximum 26,87,685 votes, followed by North Delhi at 26,80,011. East Delhi polled 17,72,298 votes.

Exit polls result: According to ABP C-Voter exit polls prediction:

Overall voting predictions

BJP: 52% (218 seats)
AAP: 18% (24 seats)
Congress: 18% (22 seats)
Others: 12% (8 seats)

Here is a zone-wise breakup of MCD seats in Delhi

East Delhi
47 seats
AAP: 9 seats
Congress: 6 seats
Others: 2 seats

South Delhi
88 seats
AAP: 6 seats
Congress: 7 seats
Others: 3 seats

North Delhi
83 seats
AAP: 9 seats
Congress: 7 seats
Other: 3 seats

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According to the Aaj Tak-Axis My India exit polls prediction:

Overall voting predictions

BJP: 202 – 220 seats
AAP: 23 – 35 seats
Congress: 19 – 31 seats

Here is a zone-wise breakup of MCD seats in Delhi

East Delhi
BJP: 45 – 51 seats
AAP: 6 – 10 seats
Congress: 4 – 8 seats

South Delhi
BJP: 79 – 85 seats
AAP: 9 – 13 seats
Congress: 7 – 11 seats

North Delhi
BJP: 78 – 84 seats
AAP: 8 – 12 seats
Congress: 8 – 12 seats

Counting day details

The counting of the votes polled in 270 wards of the SDMC, EDMC and NDMC took place on April 26 (Wednesday). Polling in two wards — Sarai Pipal Thala and Maujpur —
was postponed for the next month following the death of two candidates.

As many as 35 counting venues across Delhi — 16 in north Delhi, 13 in the south and six in east Delhi — were set up for counting of the votes. According to Delhi SEC, as many as 90,000 security personnel of Delhi Police, paramilitary forces and Home Guards would be deployed at counting centres.

Final results 

South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC)

Ward Winner 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

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North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC)

Ward Winner 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

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East Delhi Municipal Corporation (EDMC)

Ward Winner 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

Early leads hinted at BJP clean sweep

The counting of votes started at 8.00 am. By 10.34 am, the BJP was leading on 178 out of 270 seats, AAP on 43 and Congress on 34.

How AAP, BJP, Congress Reacted 

AAP leaders including Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia and Ashutosh blamed the EVMs for their loss. Ajay Maken proposed to resign after Congress’ humiliating performance in the civic polls. BJP leaders including president Amit Shah said this is the victory of PM Modi’s developmental politics.

(With agency inputs)

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