Shahdara MCD Election Results 2022 Highlights: From the Shahdara ward number 215, Bharat Gautam from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) defeated Dalchand Anand from the Aam Aadmi Party by a margin of 4,513 votes. Gautam got 15,634 votes, while AAP candidate Dalchand Anand pooled in 11,121 votes in the 2022 MCD polls. The Shahdara Assembly constituency consists of three which are Shahdara, Jhilmil and Dilshad Colony. A total of five candidates were in the fray from the Shahdara ward, including Bharat Gautam (BJP), Goldy Sood from Congess, Dalchand Anand (AAP), Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) Mange Ram Premi and Abhishek who was contesting as an Independent candidate.
This is the first civic election after the fresh delimitation exercise, and the poll was held days after the first phase of the Gujarat assembly elections, and a day ahead of its second phase. This was also the first civic polls held in the national capital after the February 2020 riots in Delhi, and according to data shared by officials, 3,360 booths, spanning 493 locations, were identified in critical or sensitive categories.
Shahdara MCD Election 2022 Results Highlights: The electoral contest is between Bharat Gautam from BJP vs Goldy Sood from Congress vs Dalchand Anand from AAP vs Mange Ram Premi from BSP.
In the sixth round of counting, BJP's Bharat Gautam was announced the winner, defeating Aam Aadmi Party's Dalchand Anand by 4,513 votes. While Gautam got 15,634 votes, Anand got 11121 votes.
BJP's Bharat Gautam defeats AAP's Dalchand Anand by a margin of 4,513 votes.
From ward number 217, in Dilshad Colony under the Shahdara Assembly constituency, AAP's Preeti takes lead, and BJP's Sunrika Sharma trails, by a margin of 2,643 votes in the seventh round of counting.
From ward number 216, in Jhilmil under the Shahdara Assembly constituency, BJP's Pankaj Luthra leads over AAP's Avdhesh Kumar Chaubey by a margin of 8,382 votes in the seventh round of counting.
BJP's Bharat Gautam leads over Dalchand Anand of the Aam Aadmi Party in the sixth round of voting by a margin of 4,513 votes.
The Bharatiya Janata party is leading in all three wards of the Shahdara Assembly constituency.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leads from Shahdara in the early trends, while the Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP is trailing.
In the 2017 civic election, the BJP had won 181 of the 270 wards. Polling could not be held on two seats due to the death of candidates. The AAP had won 48 wards and the Congress 27. The voting percentage that year was around 53.
The AAP and the BJP have fielded 250 candidates, while the Congress has 247 in the fray. The number of independents is 382. Among other political parties, the BSP contested the poll on 132 wards, the NCP on 26, the Janata Dal (United) on 22, and the AIMIM has fielded 15 candidates who are in fray in the MCD polls 2022.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) that has been ruling the civic bodies since 2007 had won 181 of the total 270 municipal wards in the 2017 civic body polls, trouncing the Aam Aadmi Party and the Congress. While the AAP won 48 wards the Congress bagged 30 seats.
Aaj Tak-Axis My India survey:
AAP is predicted to bag 149-171 municipal wards, while the BJP will win 69-91 wards, Congress 3-7 wards, and 5-9 to Others.
Times Now-ETG survey:
The AAP is predicted to win 146-156 wards, predicted 84-94 wards to the BJP and, 6-10 to Congress and up to four to Others.
The News X exit poll-
The Aam Aadmi Party is predicted to bag 150-175 wards and the BJP 70-92, while the Congress may win 4-7 municipal wards.
The exit polls on Monday, after the second phase of Gujarat elections, got over, showed that the AAP was going to sweep the polls by winning more than 150 of the 250 municipal wards with the BJP emerging as a distant second.
The counting of votes for the 250 Municipal Corporation of Delhi wards will begin from 8 AM. The election was held on December 4. The voter turnout was low this year and stood at 50 per cent.
The electoral contest is between Bharat Gautam from BJP; Goldy Sood from Congress, from the Aam Aadmi Party Dalchand Anand is contesting, and Mange Ram Premi is nominated from the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP).
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