August 13, 2020 | 4:41 PM IST
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Kejriwal to meet LG to stake his claim to form govt in Delhi

After repeating his 2015 feat on Tuesday, Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Admi Party (AAP) won 62 seats out of 70. The Muffler Man will undoubtedly serve the post of Delhi Chief Minister for the third consecutive time.
Taking the next step ahead, Kejriwal will meet Delhi Lieutenant General Anil Baijal today at 11.30 am and give him a proposal to form the government in Delhi. Later during the day, he will also meet the newly-elected party MLAs at his residence. It may be noted that the polls were held on February 8.

After the Election Commission of India formally declared Kejriwal the winner, congratulatory messages started pouring in from different political parties.

The LG extending his wishes to Kejriwal tweeted, “Congratulations and best wishes to Arvind Kejriwal and Aam Aadmi Party for winning the Delhi Assembly Elections 2020.”

The Prime Minister tweeted, “Congratulations to AAP and Shri @ArvindKejriwal Ji for the victory in the Delhi Assembly Elections. Wishing them the very best in fulfilling the aspirations of the people of Delhi.”

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi too tweeted, “My best wishes & congratulations to Mr. Kejriwal and the AAP on winning the Delhi Assembly elections.”

The list of AAP Winners Include

  S.no.

Constituency Name

Winning Candidates

1.        

Narela

Sharad Kumar

2.      

Burari

Sanjeev Jha

3.      

Timarpur

Dilip Pandey

4.      

Adarsh Nagar

Pawan Sharma

5.      

Badli

Ajesh Yadav

6.      

Rithala

Mohinder Goyal

7.      

Bawana

Jai Bhagwan

8.      

Mundka

Dharampal Lakra

9.      

Kirari

Rituraj Govind

10.     

Sultanpur Majra

Mukesh Kumar Ahlawat

11.    

Nangloi Jat

Raghuvinder Shokeen

12.  

Mangol Puri

Rakhi Birla

13.  

Shalimar Bagh

Bandana Kumari

14.  

Shakur Basti

Satendra Jain

15.  

Tri Nagar

Preeti Tomar

16.  

Wazirpur

Rajesh Gupta

17.  

Model Town

Akhilesh Pati Tripathi

18.  

Sadar Bazar

Som Dutt

19.  

Chandni Chowk

Parlad Singh Sawhney

20.  

Matia Mahal

Shoaib Iqbal

21.  

Ballimaran

Imran Hussain

22.  

Karol Bagh

Vishesh Ravi

23.  

Patel Nagar

Raaj Kumar Anand

24.  

Moti Nagar

Shiv Charan Goel

25.  

Madipur

Girish Soni

26.  

Rajouri Nagar

A Dhanwati Chandela A

27.  

Hari Nagar

Raj Kumari Dhillon

28.  

Tilak Nagar

Jarnail Singh

29.  

Janakpuri

Rajesh Rishi

30.  

Vikaspuri

Mahinder Yadav

31.  

Uttam Nagar

Naresh Balyan

32.  

Dwarka

Vinay Mishra

33.  

Matiala

Gulab Singh

34.  

Najafgarh

Kailash Gahlot

35.  

Bijwasan

Bhupinder Singh Joon

36.  

Palam

Bhavna Gaur

37.  

Delhi Cantonment

Virender Singh Kadian

38.  

Rajinder Nagar

Raghav Chadha

39.  

New Delhi

Arvind Kejriwal

40.  

Jangpura

Praveen Kumar

41.  

Kasturba Nagar

Madan Lal

42.  

Malviya Nagar

Somnath Bharti

43.  

RK Puram

Pramila Tokas

44.  

Mehrauli

Naresh Yadav

45.  

Chhatarpur

Kartar Singh Tanwar

46.  

Deoli

Prakash Jarwal

47.  

Ambedkar Nagar

Ajay Dutt

48.  

Sangam Vihar

Dinesh Mohaniya

49.  

Greater Kailash

Saurabh Bharadwaj

50.  

Kalkaji

Atishi

51.  

Tughlakabad Extension

Sahiram

52.  

Okhla

Amanatullah Khan

53.  

Trilokpuri

Rohit Kumar

54.  

Kondli

Kuldeep Kumar

55.  

Patparganj

Manish Sisodia

56. 

Krishna Nagar

SK Bagga

57.  

Shahdara

Ram Niwas Goel

58.  

Seemapuri

Rajendra Pal Gautam

59.  

Seelampur

Abdul Rehman

60.  

Babarpur

Gopal Rai

61.  

Gokalpur

Surendra Kumar

62.  

Mustafabad

Haji Yunus

 

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