AAP's victory enters politics with new faces, voters express confidence in young Turks

In the 2015 elections, the Aam Aadmi Party had won its victory on 67 of the 70 assembly seats in Delhi.

12th February, 2020

Delhi, Delhi with the capital of the country, Delhi with Prithviraj Chauhan, grandson of King Anangpal, Delhi with Qutubuddin Aibak and Bahadur Shah Zafar. In the politics of Delhi, the two parties of the country, BJP, and Congress, who are in power by winning alternately like Chit and Pat, are breathless at this time. From 1958 to 2013, once the BJP or sometimes Congress's stronghold, Anna's movement took place in Delhi, the capital of the country, in 2011, no one had any idea that any party would be born out of the womb of the movement. ... and if a party is to be born, then in Indian politics, it will show its strength with such strength.

The Aam Aadmi Party, which was born on the board of the movement, changed the stance of Indian politics since 2013, along with spoiling the air of all the political parties of the country. This new party not only changed the stance of Indian politics, but it also served new faces in front of old Khurrat and consummate politicians.

The fun is that the new and fledgling faces of this new party have sprung into the political arena, not only did they win the last three assembly elections, but they entered Indian politics with full enthusiasm. Also done. Today, the result of the same whirlwind that arose nine years ago as a movement, the voters of Delhi, the capital of the country, reposed confidence in the young Turks of the Aam Aadmi Party and not only once, but again and again.

In 2020, Aam Aadmi Party showed strength in 62 seats out of 70
In the 2020 assembly elections in Delhi, the Aam Aadmi Party won 62 out of a total of 70 assembly seats, showing full vigor. In contrast, its main rival, the Bharatiya Janata Party, had to settle for only eight seats. The fun is that the old party of the country and the Congress party, which ruled Delhi for 15 years, was cleared in 2015, in this election too, its daggers kept the old tradition. In this election, the ruling Aam Aadmi Party got 53.57 percent votes, while its strong rival Bharatiya Janata Party got 38.51 percent votes. Apart from these two parties, the country's oldest party Congress had to be satisfied with 4.26 percent votes, which is 5.39 percent less than the 9.65 percent votes of 2015.

Even in the 2020 election, the voters of Delhi reposed faith in these young Turks of AAP
Narela: Sharad Kumar
Burari: Sanjeev Jha
Timarpur: Dilip Pandey
Adarsh ​​Nagar: Pawan Sharma
Badli: Ajesh Yadav
Rithala: Mohinder Goyal
Bawana (Su): Jai Bhagwan
Mundka: Dharampal Lakra
Kirari: Rituraj Govind
Sultanpur Majra (Su): Mukesh Ahlwat
Nangloi Jat : Raghuvinder Shaukeen
Mangolpuri (Su): Rakhi Birla
Shalimar Bagh: Bandana Kumari
Shakurbasti: Satyendar Jain
Trinagar: Preeti Tomar
Model Town: Akhileshpati Tripathi
Sad Su Bazar: Somdutt
Chandni Chowk: Prahlad Singh Sahni
Matia Mahal: Shoaib Iqbal
Ballimaran: Imran Hussain
Karol Bagh (Su): Special Ravi
Patel Nagar (Su): Rajkumar Anand
Motinagar: Shivcharan Goyal
Madipur (Su): Girish Soni
Rajouri Garden: A Dhanwati Chandila
Harinagar: Princess Dhillon
Tilak Nagar: Jarnail Singh
Janakpuri: Rajesh Rishi
Vikaspuri: Mahendra Yadav
Uttam Nagar: King Blyan
Dwarka: Vinay Mishra
grizzly: Gulab Singh
Najafgarh: Kailash Gehlot
children Jvasan: Bhupinder Singh on June
Palam: Bhavna Gaur
Delhi Cantt: Virendra Singh Kadayan
Rajendra Nagar: Raghav Chadha
New Delhi: Arvind Kejriwal
Jangpura: Praveen Kumar
Kasturba Nagar: Madan Lal
Malviya Nagar: Somnath Bharti
RK Puram: Pramila Tokas
Mehrauli: Naresh Yadav
Chhatarpur: Kartar Singh Tanwar
Devli ( su): light Jrwal
Ambedkar Nagar (SC): Ajay Dutt
Sangam Vihar Dinesh Mohania
Greater Kailash: Saurabh Bhardwaj
Kalkaji: Atishi
Tuglakabad: Shiram
children Rpur: Ram Singh Netaji
Okhla: Amanatullah Khan
Trilokpuri: Rohit Kumar
Kondli (Su): Kuldeep Kumar
Patparganj: Manish Sisodia
Laxmi Nagar: Nitin Tyagi
Krishna Nagar: Advocate SK Bagga
Shahdara: Ramnivas Goyal
Seemapuri (Su): Rajendra Pal Gautam
Seelampur: Abdul Rahman
Babarpur: Gopal
Gokalpuri (Su): Surendra Kumar
Mustafabad: Haji Yunus

In 2015, the Aam Aadmi Party won 67 out of 70 seats.
In the 2015 elections, the Aam Aadmi Party had won its victory on 67 of the 70 assembly seats in Delhi. In this election, a total of 673 candidates from various political parties had beaten the electoral fray, including 66 women. In the election, 89,42,372 voters out of 1,33,13,295 for 58 general seats and 12 reserved seats in the 70 assembly seats exercised their franchise in 12,177 booths, out of which 48,78,397 i.e. 54.34 percent voters of the Aam Aadmi Party. Voted in favor of. At the same time, among major rival parties, BJP got 28,90,485 i.e. 32.19 percent of the total voting. In this election, the country's oldest party Congress was sixth with 86,68,14 i.e. 9.65 percent votes. The Congress had to face the most severe defeat in this election. He continued this tradition even after five years in 2020.

These young Turks had won on AAP ticket in 2015
Narela: Sharad Kumar
Burari: Sanjeev Jha
Timarpur: Pankaj Pushkar
Adarsh ​​Nagar: Pawan Kumar Sharma
Badli: Ajesh Yadav
Rithala: Mohinder Goyal
Bawana (Su): Ved Prakash
Mundka:
Sukhvir Singh Kiradi: Rituraj Govind
Sultanpur Majra (Su): Sandeep Kumar
Nangloi Jat: Raghuvinder fond
Mangolpuri (su): Rakhi Birla
Shalimar Bagh: Bandana Kumari
Shakurbasti: Satyendra Jain
Trinagr: Jitender Singh Tomar
Wazirpur: Rajesh Gupta
Odl Town: Akhilesh Tripathi
Sadar Bazaar: Som Dutt
Chandni Chowk: Alka Lamba
Matia Palace : Aseem Ahmed Khan
Ballimaran: Imran Hussain
Karol Bagh (Su): Special Ravi
Patel Nagar (Su): Hazarilal Chauhan
Moti Nagar: Shivcharan Goyal Madipur
(Su): Girish Soni
Harinagar: Jagdeep Singh,
Tilak Nagar: Jarnail Singh
Janakpuri: Rajesh Rishi
Vikaspuri: Mahinder Yadav
Uttam Nagar: King Blyan
Dwarka: Model Shastri
grizzly: Gulab Singh
Najafgarh: Kailash Gehlot
Bijwasan: Colonel Devind Sherawat
Palam: Bhavna Gaur
Delhi Cantt: Surender Singh
Rajendra Nagar: Vijender Garg Vijay
New Delhi: Arvind Kejriwal
Jangpura: Praveen Kumar
Kasturba Nagar: Madan Lal
Malviya Nagar: Somnath Bharti
RK Puram: Pramila Tokas
Mehrauli: Naresh Yadav
Chhatarpur: Kartar Singh Tanwar
Deoli ( su): Prakash
Ambedkar Nagar (SC): Ajay Dutt
Sangam Vihar Dinesh Mohania
Greater Kailash: Saurabh Bhardwaj
Kalkaji: Avtar Singh Kalkaji
Tuglakabad: co Ram
Badarpur: Narayan Dutt Sharma
Okhla: Amanatullah Khan
Trilokpur (Su): Raju Dhingan
Kondli (Su): Manoj Kumar
Patparganj: Manish Sisodia
Laxmi Nagar: Nitin Tyagi
Krishna Nagar: Advocate SK Bagga
Gandhi Nagar: Anil Kumar Vajpayee
Shahdara: Ramnivas Goyal
Seemapuri (Su): Rajendra Pal Gautham
Rohtas Nagar: Sarita Singh
Seelampur: Mohammad Isharaq
Ghonda: Sridutt Sharma
Babarpur: Gopal Rai
Gokalpuri (Su): Fateh Singh
Karawal Nagar: Kapil Mishra

Category: India: Politics

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Reported by:
Ashish Kumar