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Rajouri Garden assembly constituency candidate Names

Rajouri Garden assembly constituency candidate Names
AAP candidate Dhanwanti Chandela will fight from Rajouri assembly seat. in 2017 bypoll election SAD’s Manjinder Singh Sirsa won this seat and in 2015 AAP Jarnail singh was the winner on this seat. Amandeep Singh sudan from Congress, Ramesh Khana from BJP and Sardar Harchat Singh from BSP will fight on Rajouri Seat.


Delhi State Assembly Election 08-02-2020

Background Detail of Candidates of Constituency No. 27 - Rajouri Garden

S.No.

Name

Party

Gender

Age

Number of Criminal Cases

Serious IPC Counts

Education Level

Total Assets (Rs.)


1

A Dhanwati Chandela A

AAP

F

60

0

0

10th

56,90,40,449

56 Crore+


2

Ramesh Khanna

BJP

M

68

2

4 (1 charge related to Deliberate and malicious acts, intended to outrage religious feelings or any class by insulting its religion or religious beliefs (IPC Section-295A)) 1 charge related to criminal intimidation (IPC Section-506)) 1 charge related to Voluntarily causing hurt to deter public servant from his duty (IPC Section-332))

1 charge related to Mischief committed after preparation

made for causing death or hurt (IPC Section-440))

graduate

6,26,66,943

6 Crore+


3

Nand Kishore Goel

Swabhiman Party

M

62

0

0

8th

2,24,06,587

2 Crore+


4

Iqbal Singh (Sonu)

IND

M

46

1

1 (1 charge related to criminal intimidation (IPC Section- 506))

8th

1,03,98,443

1 Crore+


5

Ram Bharosa Gautam

Aapki Apni Party (Peoples)

M

70

2

4 (1 charge related to House-trespass in order to commit offence punishable with imprisonment (IPC Section-451)) 1 charge related to criminal intimidation (IPC Section-506)) 1 charge related to Voluntarily causing hurt by dangerous weapons or means (IPC Section-324))

1 charge related to voluntarily causing grievous hurt (IPC

Section-325))

12th

75,16,000

75 Lacs+


6

Amandeep Singh Sudan

INC

M

37

0

0

graduate

65,16,117

65 Lacs+


7

Sukhpal Singh

IND

M

40

0

0

10th

59,92,610

59 Lacs+


8

Harchint Singh Arora

BSP

M

63

0

0

12th

47,25,066

47 Lacs+


9

Manish Chandila

IND

M

33

0

0

10th

34,27,767

34 Lacs+


10

Devender Singh

Rashtravadi

Janata Party

M

64

0

0

graduate

31,46,000

31 Lacs+



In the last general elections conducted in Rajouri assembly seat in 2015, AAP candidate Jarnail Singh defeated SAD’s Manjinder Singh Sirsa and became the MLA. However, In 2017 bypoll election, Manjinder Singh Sirsa won the seat again after Jarnail Singh resigned for the Punjab election. In 2013 elections SAD candidate Manjinder Singh Sirsa won from Rajouri with a vote score of 41721. From 1993 to 2013, Rajouri assembly seat was the stronghold of INC. In all the elections held during this period, the INC candidates defeated BJP candidates who were the runner ups except in 2008 elections when SAD(M) candidate came in second place.

Rajouri assembly constituency occurs within the precincts of the West Delhi parliamentary district of Delhi Vidhan Sabha. In this assembly seat, there are a total number of 1,62,995 voters including 85,880 males, 77,109 females and 6 third genders. Rajouri seat will go for general elections in February 2020 along with the other 69 constituencies of Delhi Vidhan Sabha. The present term of the Delhi Vidhan Sabha ends on 22 February 2020 and the upcoming elections will decide who will become the MLAs to represent these assembly seats in the Delhi Vidhan Sabha.

Ajay Makhan of INC was the only candidate who went to the Delhi assembly from this seat for three consecutive terms in 1993, 1998 and 2003. No other candidate won from this seat more than one time. The vote score of 54916 got by Jarnail Singh of AAP in 2015 elections was the highest any candidate has scored from the Rajouri assembly seat so far.



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