Amanatullah Khan, won the Delhi assembly election 2020 with a margin of 86,000 votes leaving behind BJP’s Braham Singh.Okhla is home to Shaheen Bagh, ground zero for the protests against Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Register of Citizens (NRC) - something that the BJP tried to capitalise to polarise voters across the city. While there were voters complaining about the seemingly endless protests causing inconvenience to everyone else going about their lives, BJP did not manage to win votes. Instead, it was Amanatullah Khan, the candidate for AAP, a party that kept a one-hand distance from the protests— neither did it decry the protests nor did it fuel it — has won with a huge margin. However, it must also be mentioned that Khan had double the margin when he won the assembly election from the same constituency, Okhla, in 2015.Credit: Sanjeev Jha/TwitterIn Burari, Sanjeev Jha from AAP has widened his lead over JD(U)'s Shailendra Kumar to 64,530 votes. In the last election in 2015, Jha won by a margin of 67,950 votes.Credit: Dinesh Mohaniya/Twitter Kejriwal’s candidate from Sangam Vihar, is leading over JD(U)'s Shiv Charan Lal Gupta by over 42,000 votes. Mohaniya is the incumbent MLA who won the 2015 election with a margin of 43,988 votesMukesh Kumar Ahlawat had a margin of over 48,000 votes as he won the Sultanpur Majra, a small constituency sandwiched between Mangolpuri and Kirari. Ahlawat replaced Sandeep Kumar — former minister for the welfare of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in the Kejriwal government. Kumar was disqualified by the assembly speaker in 2019. Sandeep Kumar had supported the Bahujan Samaj Party in the Parliamentary election last year. His peers Kapil Mishra, Anil Bajpai, and Devinder Sehrawat went on to support the BJP and all four of them were penalised by the Delhi Assembly. As under the anti-defection law a legislator from one party cannot support another party. A five-time legislator, Shoaib Iqbal, has won the Matia Mahal constituency with a margin of over 50,000 votes. Iqbal was with the Congress in 2015 when he lost to AAP’s Asim Ahmed Khan.He joined the Aam Aadmi Party in January 2020. He has a record of switching parties. All the parties that Shoaib Iqbal has representedJanata Dal in 1993, and 1998, JD(s) and LJP in 2003, LJP in 2008, JD(U) in 2013 and Congress in 2015.Rakhi Birla, the social worker-turned politician, won the third term in Delhi assembly election 2020 with a margin of 30,116, leaving behind Karam Singh Kamra of BJP. In 2013, Birla was the youngest minister in Arvind Kejriwal led AAP’s cabinet. Then he had defeated the Congress veteran leader Raj Kumar Chauhan with a huge margin. AAP’s minister of Food and civil supplies has won the second tenure with a considerable margin of over 36,172 votes. Hussain contested in 2015 for the same position and won with a huge margin of 33,877 votes. Hussain has total declared assets worth ₹1.4 crore. This includes ₹99.4 lakh in movable assets and ₹42 lakh as immovable assetsRaaj Kumar Anand is a Aam Aadmi Party candidate from Patel Nagar constituency won by the margin of 30,935 votes, leaving behind the BJP’s Pravesh Ratn.In the election affidavit, Anand mentioned a criminal case registered against him and declared total income is ₹1.8 crore of which ₹51.4 lakh is self income. Advocate turned politician Rajendra Pal Gautam won the Seema Puri constituency by a margin of 56108, beating Lok Jan Shakti Party’s Sant Lal. In 2015, Gautam defeated Karamvir of the Bharatiya Janata Party by a margin of 48,821 votes. Political activist turned AAP’s MLA Ajay Dutt has won the second term with a margin of over 28,327 votes against BJP’s Khushi Ram Chunar. However Ajay Dutt won the same seat in the 2015 Delhi Election for AAP with a vote margin of 43,460.