BJP candidate list for Delhi Election 2020, Tajinder Pal Bagga to contest from Hari Nagar
- BJP has announced the candidate list for upcoming elections 2020.
- Kapil Mishra, ex-AAP MLA who was ousted from the party earlier, has been fielded from Model Town.
- Further, BJP has fielded Ramvir Singh Bidhuri from Badarpur and Ravi Negi is fielded against Deputy CM Manish Sisodia
Earlier, it has named only 57 candidates. Kapil Mishra, ex-AAP MLA who was ousted from the party earlier, has been fielded from Model Town. Further, BJP has fielded Ramvir Singh Bidhuri from Badarpur and Ravi Negi is fielded against Deputy CM Manish Sisodia.
BJP has not yet declared the name of the candidate who will be fighting against Arvind Kejriwal from New Delhi.
Full list of candidates contesting Delhi Election 2020 on BJP ticket:
Neel Daman Khatri from Narela, Surendra Singh Bittu from Timarpur, Raj kumar bhatia from Adarsh Nagar, Vijay Bhagat from Badli, Manish Chaudhary from Rithala, Ravindra kumar Indral from Bawana, Azad singh from Mundka, Anij Jha from kirari, Ram chandra chhabria from Sultan pur Majra, karam singh karma from mangolpuri, Vijendra gupta from Rohini.
Moreover, Rekha Gupta from Shalimar Bagh, Sc Vats from Shakur Basti, Tilak Ram Gupta from Tri Nagar, Mahendra Nagpal from Wazirpur, Kapil Mishra from Model Town, Jai Prakash from Sadar Bazar, Suman Kumar Gupta from Chandni Chowk, Ravindra Gupta from Matia Mahal, Lata Sodhi from Ballimaran.
Yogendra Chandolia from Karol Bagh, Pravesh Rattan from Patel Nagar, Subhash Sahdeva from Moti Nagar, Kailash Santhla from Madipur, Rajeev Babbar from Tilak Nagar, Ashish Sood from Janakpuri, Sanjay Singh from Vikaspuri, Krishna Gehlot from Uttam Nagar, Pradyumna Rajput from Dwarka, Rajesh Gehlot from Matiala, Ajit Kharkhari from Najafgarh.
Satprakash Rana from Bijwasan, Vijay Pandit from Palam, Sardar RP Singh from Rajinder Nagar, Impreet Singh Monty from Malviya Nagar, Anil Sharma R.K.Puram, Brahm Singh Kanwar from Chhatarpur, Arvind Kumar Deoli, Khushi Ram from Ambedkar Nagar, Shikha Rai Greater Kailash, Vikram Bhiduri from badarpur, Brahm Singh from Okhla, Kiran Vaid from Triolkpuri.
Raj Kumar Dhillon from Kondli, Ravi Negi from Patparganj, Abhay kumar Verma from Laxmi Nagar, OP Sharma from Vishwas Nagar, Anil Vajpayee from Gandhi Nagar, Jitendra Mahajan from Rohtas Nagar, Kaushal Mishra from Seelampur, Ajay Mahawar from Ghonda, Naresh Gaur from Babarpur, Ranjeet Kashyap from Gokalpur, Jagdish Pradhan from Mustafabad, Mohan singh Bisht from Karawal Nagar.
|Sr. No.||Constituency Name||BJP Candidate Name|
|1||Narela||Neel Daman Khatri|
|2||Timarpur||Surendra Singh Bittu|
|3||Adarsh Nagar||Raj Kumar Bhatia|
|6||Bawana||Ravindra Kumar Indral|
|9||Sultan Pur Majra||Ram Chandra Chhabria|
|10||Mangolpuri||Karam Singh Karma|
|12||Shalimar Bagh||Rekha Gupta|
|13||Shakur basti||SC Vats|
|14||Tri Nagar||Tilak Ram Gupta|
|16||Model Town||Kapil Mishra|
|17||Sadar Bazar||Jai Prakash|
|18||Chandni Chowk||Suman Kumar Gupta|
|19||Matia Mahal||Ravindra Gupta|
|21||Karol Bagh||Yogendra Chandolia|
|22||Patel Nagar||Pravesh Ratan|
|23||Moti Nagar||Subhash Sachdeva|
|25||Tilak Nagar||Rajeev Babbar|
|28||Uttam Nagar||Krishna Gehlot|
|34||Rajinder Nagar||Sardar RP Singh|
|35||Jangpura||Impreet Singh Bakshi|
|36||Malviya Nagar||Shailendra Singh Monty|
|37||R.K Puram||Anil Sharma|
|38||Chhatarpur||Brahm Singh Kanwar|
|40||Ambedkar Nagar||Khushi Ram|
|41||Greater Kailash||Shikha Rai|
|43||Badarpur||Rambir Singh Bhiduri|
|46||Kondli||Raj Kumar Dhillon|
|48||Laxmi Nagar||Abhay Kumar Verma|
|49||Vishwas Nagar||OP Sharma|
|50||Gandhi Nagar||Anil Vajpayee|
|51||Rohtas Nagar||Jitendra Mahajan|
|57||Karawal Nagar||Mohan Singh Bisht|
|58||Hari Nagar||Tajinderpal Singh Bagga|
|59||Delhi Cantonment||Manish Singh|
|62||Rajouri Garden||Ramesh Khanma|
|63||Nangloi Jat||Sumanlata Shokeen|
|64||Kasturba Nagar||Ravindra Chaudhary|
|65||Krishna Nagar||Anil Goyal|
|67||New Delhi||Sunil Yadav|
Delhi Assembly Election 2020: Date, Candidate list and other important details
As the 70 member assembly term approaches its end on February 22, the Election Commission of India announced the schedule for Delhi elections. The assembly polls will commence on February 8, 2020.
The three main parties contesting elections constitute the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Indian National Congress (INC).
In 2015 assembly elections, Arvind Kejriwal was elected as the Chief Minister of the state. He is now eyeing a re-election in the upcoming assembly polls. The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) won the 2015 election — winning 67 of the 70 assembly seats while the three seats went to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
This is the first time that the national capital is going to polls after the Lok Sabha elections. In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, BJP bagged all the seats in Delhi.
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