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Congress candidate list for Delhi Election 2020, sitting AAP MLA Adarsh Shastri to contest on Congress seat from Dwarka

Congress candidate list for Delhi Election 2020, sitting AAP MLA Adarsh Shastri to contest on Congress seat from Dwarka
The Indian National Congress has announced its first list of 54 candidates for the upcoming Delhi Elections 2020 to be held on February 8.


Constituency No

Constituency Name

Congress Candidate Name

1

Narela

Siddarth Kundu

2

Burari

Not yet declared

3

Timarpur

Mrs. Amar Lata Sangwan

4

Adarsh Nagar

Mukesh Goal

5

Badli

Devender Yadav

6

Rithala

Pradeep Kumar Pandey

7

Bawana

Surender Kumar

8

Mundka

Dr. Naresh Kumar

9

Kirari

Not yet declared

10

Sultanpur Majra

Jai Kishan

11

Nangloi Jat

Mandeep Singh

12

Mangol Puri

Rajesh Lilotia

13

Rohini

Sumesh Gupta

14

Shalimar Bagh

J.S Nayol

15

Shakur Basti

Dev Raj Arora

16

Tri Nagar

Kamal Kant Sharma

17

Wazirpur

Had Kishan Jindal

18

Model Town

Ms. Akansha Ola

19

Sadar Bazar

Satbir Sharma

20

Chandni Chowk

Mrs. Alka Lamba

21

Matia Mahal

Mirza Javed Ali

22

Ballimaran

Haroon Yusuf

23

Karol Bagh

Gaurav Dhanak

24

Patel Nagar

Smt, Krishna Tirath

25

Moti Nagar

Ramesh Kumar Popli

26

Madipur

Not yet declared

27

Rajouri Garden

Amandeep Singh Sudan

28

Hari Nagar

Surender Sethi

29

Tilak Nagar

S. Raminder Singh Bamrah

30

Janakpuri

Ms. Radhika Khea

31

Vikaspuri

Not yet declared

32

Uttam Nagar

Not yet declared

33

Dwarka

Adarsh Shastri

34

Matiala

Sumesh Shokeen

35

Najafgarh

Sahib Singh Yadav

36

Bijwasan

Not yet declared

37

Palam

Not yet declared

38

Delhi Cantt

Sandeep Tanwar

39

Rajinder Nagar

Rocky Tuseed

40

New Delhi

Romesh Sabharwal
41

Jangpura

Talvinder Singh Marwah

42

Kasturba Nagar

Abhishek Dutt

43

Malviya Nagar

Mrs. Neetu Verma

44

R.K. Puram

Mrs Pnyanka Singh

45

Mehrauli

Not yet declared

46

Chhatarpur

Satish Lohia

47

Deoli

Arvinder Singh

48

Ambedkar Nagar

Yaduraj Chaudhary

49

Sangam Vihar

Smt. Poonam Azad

50

Greater Kailash

Sukhbir Singh Pawar

51

Kalkaji

Mrs Shivani Chopra

52

Tughlakabad

Shubam Sharma

53

Badarpur

Pramod Kumar Yadav
54

Okhla

Not yet declared

55

Trilokpuri

Vijay Kumar

56

Kondli

Amareesh Goutham
57

Patparganj

Laxman Rawat

58

Laxmi Nagar

Dr. Han Dutt Sharma

59

Vishwas Nagar

Gurcharan Singh Rau

60

Krishna Nagar

Dr_ Ashok Kr Walia

61

Gandhi Nagar

Arvinder Singh Lovely

62

Shahdara

Dr. Narender Nath

63

Seemapuri

Veer Singh Dhingan

64

Rohtas Nagar

Vipin Sharma

65

Seelampur

Ch Mateen Ahmed

66

Ghonda

Bhisham Sharma
67

Babarpur

Mrs Anveeksha Tnpathi Jain

68

Gokalpur

Dr. S.P. Singh

69

Mustafabad

Ali Mehndi

70

Karawal Nagar

Arbind Singh



Congress reportedly planned an alliance with Lalu Prasad-led Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD). Yadav’s party will contest on four seats in Delhi in alliance with the Congress.

See Also: BSP candidate for Delhi Election 2020

With the Kejriwal government approaching 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).

Both BJP and AAP has announced their candidates. While AAP has released names of all the 70 candidates, BJP is yet to announce candidates for 13 seats including Burari, Nangloi Jat, Rajouri Garden , Hari Nagar, Delhi Cantt, New Delhi, Kasturba Gandhi, Mehrauli, Sangam Vihar, Kalkaji, Krishna Nagar, Shahdara, Seema Puri.

While AAP has replaced 15 sitting MLAs and introduced 24 new faces overall, BJP has axed 26 candidates from the 2015 list out of the 57 names it has released so far.

This time, BJP fielded Kapil Mishra — ex-AAP MLA who was ousted from the party earlier, from Model Town. Further, the saffron party had fielded Ramvir Singh Bidhuri from Badarpur and Ravi Negi has been fielded against Deputy CM Manish Sisodia from Patparganj assembly seat. BJP might go to the polls without any CM candidate. The party earlier unanimously said it will decide the CM candidate after poll results are out.

Check the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Candidate list here

Earlier in January, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) also released the list of all the 70 candidates fighting in the upcoming elections. The Arvind Kejriwal led party fielded Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia from Patparganj while Atishi will contest the assembly elections from Kalkaji seat. Raghav Chadha has also been given the ticket from Rajinder Nagar.

Check Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) candidate list for Delhi Election 2020 here

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).

See also:

AAP candidate Jitender Singh Tomar will fight again from Tri Nagar assembly seat

BJP yet to announce candidates on 13 Vidhan sabha seats — New Delhi, Delhi Cantt, Rajouri Garden among the seats still vacant


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