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Home / Assembly Elections / BJP names 57 of 70 candidates for Delhi polls scheduled for February 8

BJP names 57 of 70 candidates for Delhi polls scheduled for February 8

The party, however, did not name its candidate against AAP leader and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal with Tiwari saying the candidate from New Delhi seat will be announced soon.

assembly-elections Updated: Jan 17, 2020 17:55 IST
HT Correspondent
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi
Delhi BJP president Manoj Tiwari Union Minister, Prakash Javadekar as the BJP releases first list of 57 candidates for Delhi Assembly polls at BJP headquarters on Jan 17, 2020. (Photo by Sanjeev Verma/HT)
Delhi BJP president Manoj Tiwari Union Minister, Prakash Javadekar as the BJP releases first list of 57 candidates for Delhi Assembly polls at BJP headquarters on Jan 17, 2020. (Photo by Sanjeev Verma/HT)

The BJP on Friday announced the names of 57 candidates for the Delhi assembly elections that will take place on February 8. The counting of votes will happen three days later on February 11.

Out of the 57 names, 11 are from SC community, while four are women, said Delhi BJP president Manoj Tiwari. The AAP has already announced the names for all the 70 seats.

 

AC NoConstituencyCandidate
1NarelaNeeldaman Khatri
2Burari
3TimarpurSurender Singh Bittoo
4Adarsh NagarRajkumar Bhatia
5BadliVijay Bhagat
6RithalaManish Chaudhari
7BawanaRavindra Kumar Indraj
8MundkaMaster Azad Singh
9KirariAnil Jha
10Sultan Pur MajraRam Chandra Chawaria
11Nangloi Jat
12Mongol PuriKaram Singh Karma
13RohiniVijendra Gupta
14Shalimar BaghRekha Gupta
15Shakur BastiSC Vats
16Tri NagarTilak Ram Gupta
17WazirpurMahendra Nagpal
18Model TownKapil Mishra
19Sadar BazarJai Prakash
20Chandni ChowkSuman Kumar Gupta
21Matia MahalRavindra Gupta
22BallimaranLata Sodhi
23Karol BaghYogendra Chandolia
24Patel NagarParvesh Ratan
25Moti NagarSubhash Sachdeva
26MadipurKailash Sankla
27Rajouri Garden
28Hari Nagar
29Tilak NagarRajiv Babbar
30JanakpuriAshish Sood
31VikaspuriSanjay Singh
32Uttam NagarKrishna Gehlot
33DwarkaPradyumn Rajpoot
34MatialaRajesh Gehlot
35NajafgarhAjit Kharkhari
36BijwasanSatprakash Rana
37PalamVijay Pandit
38Delhi Cantonment
39Rajinder NagarRP Singh
40New Delhi 
41JangpuraInpreet Singh Bakhshi
42Kasturba Nagar
43Malviya NagarShailendra Singh Monti
44R K PuramAnil Sharma
45Mehrauli
46ChhattarpurBrahmsingh Tanwar
47DeoliArvind Kumar
48Ambedkar NagarKhushi Ram
49Sangam Vihar
50Greater KailashShikha Rai
51Kalkaji
52TugalakabadVikram Vidhuri
53BadarpurRambir Singh Vidhuri
54OkhlaBrahm Singh
55TrilokpuriKiran Vaid
56KondliRajkumar Dhillon
57PatparganjRavi Negi
58Laxmi NagarAbhay Kumar Verma
59Vishwas NagarOP Sharma
60Krishna Nagar
61Gandhi NagarAnil Vajpayee
62Shandara
63Seemapuri
64Rohtas NagarJitendra Mahajan
65SeelampurKaushal Mishra
66GhondaAjay Mahawal
67BabarpurNaresh Gaud
68GokalpurRanjit Kashyap
69MustafabadJagdish Pradhan
70Karawal NagarMohan Singh Bisht

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The BJP, however, did not name its candidate against AAP leader and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal with Tiwari saying the candidate from New Delhi seat will be announced soon.

Tiwari was joined by senior BJP leader Prakash Javadekar at the press conference where he announced the party candidates whose names were finalised at its central election committee meeting on Thursday night.

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