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Delhi Bye Election

A by-election (also spelled as "bye-election"), also known as a special election, is an election held to fill a political office that has become vacant between general elections. Usually, a by-election occurs when the incumbent has died or resigned. It may also occur when the incumbent becomes ineligible to continue in office, for example because of a recall, ennoblement, a serious criminal conviction, failure to maintain a minimum attendance, bankruptcy or mental incapacity. Click here for bye election Result..>>

Delhi Political Parties

Name

Abbreviation

Symbol

Foundation Year

Current leader(s)

Aam Admi Party

AAP

Broom

2012

Arvind Kejriwal

Indian Democratic Party

IDP

Hockey & Ball

 

 

Bhartiya Janhit Dal

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Other Delhi Political parties

Bharatiya Janata Party Akhil Bhartiya Janata Vikas Party (ABJVP)
Indian National Congress Desh Bhakt Party (DBP)
Bahujan Samaj Party Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist)
Janata Dal (Secular) Bharatiya Parivartan Morcha (BPM)
Nationalist Congress Party Sirpanch Samaj Party (SPSP)
Samajwadi Party National Congress of Youth (NCY)
Akhil Bharatiya Manav Adhikar Dal (ABMAD) Loktantrik Samajwadi Party (LSWP)
Bharat Dal (BD) Bahujan Ekta Party (R) BEP(R)
United Citizens Party (UCP) All India Minorities Front (AIMF)
National Loktantrik Party (NLP) Awami Party

 List of Delhi  assembly Constituency

The number of constituencies of Assam Legislative Assembly at the time of its inception on 7 April 1937 was 108. In 1957 it was reduced to 105. In 1962, the number of constituencies was enhanced to 114 and since 1972, it is 126. Since 1976, 8 constituencies are reserved for the Scheduled castes candidates and 16 constituencies are reserved for Scheduled tribes candidates

Assembly Constituency Name

AC_No AC_Name AC_No AC_Name
1 Narela 36 Bijwasan
2 Burari 37 Palam
3 Timarpur 38 Delhi Cantt
4 Adarsh Nagar 39 Rajendra Nagar
5 Badli 40 New Delhi
6 Rithala 41 Jangpura
7 Bawana 42 Kasturba Nagar
8 Mundka 43 Malviya Nagar
9 Kirari 44 R.K. Puram
10 Sultan Pur Majra 45 Mehrauli
11 Nangloi Jat 46 Chhatarpur
12 Mangolpuri 47 Deoli (SC)
13 Rohini 48 Ambedkar Nagar (SC)
14 Shalimar Bagh 49 Sangam Vihar
15 Shakur Basti 50 Greater Kailash
16 Tri Nagar 51 Kalkaji
17 Wazirpur 52 Tughlakabad
18 Model Town 53 Badarpur
19 Sadar Bazar 54 Okhla
20 Chandni Chowk 55 Trilokpuri (SC)
21 Matia Mahal 56 Kondli(SC)
22 Ballimaran 57 Patparganj
23 Karol Bagh 58 Laxmi Nagar
24 Patel Nagar 59 Vishwas Nagar
25 Moti Nagar 60 Krishna Nagar
26 Madipur (SC) 61 Gandhi Nagar
27 Rajouri Garden 62 Shahdara
28 Hari Nagar 63 Seemapuri (SC)
29 Tilak Nagar 64 Rohtas Nagar
30 Janakpuri 65 Seelam Pur
31 Vikaspuri 66 Ghonda
32 Uttam Nagar 67 Babarpur
33 Dwarka 68 Gokalpur (SC)
34 Matiala 69 Mustafabad
35 Najafgarh 70 Karawal Nagar

List of Chief Ministers of Delhi
The Chief Minister of Delhi is the head of government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi in north India. Chief Minister is head of the Council of Ministers and the leader of the majority party in the Delhi assembly. The Chief Minister leads the executive branch of the Government of Delhi. Arvind Kejriwal is the incumbent Chief Minister. He took up the position on 14th February 2015. Click here for Complete list of Delhi CM

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Delhi Assembly Election Result

Bihar Polls

WHICH PARTY WILL WIN ELECTIONS IN BIHAR 2020?

West Bengal Polls

WHICH PARTY WILL WIN ELECTIONS IN WEST BENGAL 2020?

AITC - 23.3%
INC+ - 6.1%
BJP+ - 70.6%

Total votes: 163
The voting for this poll has ended on: 07 Feb 2020 - 14:37

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