Ramesh Bidhuri vote share towers over Vijender Singh and Raghav Chadha

Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra with party's South Delhi candidate boxer Vijender Singh during an election campaign roadshow for the Lok Sabha polls, in New DelhiBCCL

Ramesh BidhuriBJP10740354.2
Raghav ChadhaINC5466527.6
Vijender SinghAAP3018015.2

Data from Election Commission

Congress candidate, Vijender Singh, fails to pack a punch in South Delhi with Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)’s Ramesh Bidhuri leading the Lok Sabha Election vote count so far according to Election Commission.

Bidhuri already won once in 2014 by a considerable margin of 107,000. In not just South Delhi, but all of seven seats in Delhi where the BJP is making headway.

Congress’ high profile candidate may not be working for them, but BJP’s Manoj Tiwari in North East Delhi, Hans Raj Hans in North West Delhi, and Gautam Gambhir in East Delhi are all leading in their respective constituencies.

These are only indicative leads and the final result of the Lok Sabha Election 2019 will be declared before the end of the day by the Election Commission.
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