AAP announces all 70 Delhi candidates, adds new faces – Full List

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New Delhi, Jan 14, 2020-

Delhi’s ruling Aam Aadmi Party on Tuesday released its full candidate list for the February 8 elections to the 70-member Assembly with Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to contest again from New Delhi and his deputy Manish Sisodia from Patparganj.

While 46 of the sitting MLAs will re-contest the elections, 15 sitting legislators have been replaced. As nine seats were vacant, the AAP has also named new candidates.

The list also comprises eight women.

Among the new faces in the list are former Congressmen Shoaib Iqbal (Matia Mahal), Prahlad Singh Sawhney (Chandni Chowk) and party’s Lok Sabha candidates – Dilip Pandey (Timarpur), Atishi (Kalkaji) and Raghav Chadha (Rajinder Nagar).

Here are the names:

1. Narela – Sharad Chauhan
2. Burari – Sanjeev Jha
3. Timarpur – Dilip Pandey
4. Adarsh Nagar – Pawan Sharma
5. Badli – Ajesh Yadav
6. Rithala – Mahinder Goyal
7. Bawana – Jai Bhagwan Upkar
8. Mundka – Dharampal Lakra
9. Kirari – Rituraj Jha
10. Sultan Pur Majra – Mukesh Kumar Ahlawat
11. Nangloi Jat – Raghuvinder Shokeen
12. Mangol Puri – Rakhi Bidlan
13. Rohini – Rajesh Nama Bansiwala
14. Shalimar Bagh – Bandana Kumari
15. Shakur Basti – Satyendra Jain
16. Tri Nagar – Jitender Tomar
17. Wazirpur – Rajesh Gupta
18. Model Town – Akhilesh Pati Tripathi
19. Sadar Bazar – Som Dutt
20. Chandni Chowk – Prahlad Singh Sawhney
21. Matia Mahal – Shoaib Iqbal
22. Ballimaran – Imran Hussain
23. Karol Bagh – Vishesh Ravi
24. Patel Nagar – Raaj Kumar Anand
25. Moti Nagar – Shiv Charan Goel
26. Madipur – Girish Soni
27. Rajouri Garden – Dhanwati Chandela
28. Hari Nagar – Rajkumari Dhillon
29. Tilak Nagar – Jarnail Singh
30. Janakpur – Rajesh Rishi
31. Vikaspuri – Mahinder Yadav
32. Uttam Nagar – Naresh Balyan
33. Dwarka – Vinay Kumar Mishra
34. Matiala – Gulab Singh Yadav
35. Najafgarh – Kailash Gahlot
36. Bijwasan – B.S. Joon
37. Palam – Bhavna Gaur
38. Delhi Cantonment – Virender Singh Kadian
39. Rajinder Nagar – Raghav Chadha
40. New Delhi – Arvind Kejriwal
41. Jangpura – Praveen Kumar
42. Kasturba Nagar – Madan Lal
43. Malviya Nagar – Somnath Bharti
44. RK Puram – Parmila Tokas
45. Mehrauli – Naresh Yadav
46. Chhatarpur – Kartar Singh Tanwar
47. Deoli – Prakash Jarwal
48. Ambedkar Nagar – Ajay Dutt
49. Sangam Nagar – Dinesh Mohaniya
50. Greater Kailash – Saurabh Bharadwaj
51. Kalkaji – Atishi
52. Tugalakabad – Sahi Ram Pehelwan
53. Badarpur – Ram Singh Netaji
54. Okhla – Amanatullah Khan
55. Trilokpuri – Rohit Kumar Mehraulia
56. Kondli – Kuldeep Kumar (Monu)
57. Patparganj – Manish Sisodia
58. Laxmi Nagar – Nitin Tyagi
59. Vishwas Nagar – Deepak Singla
60. Krishna Nagar – S.K. Bagga
61. Gandhi Nagar – Naveen Choudhary (Deepu)
62. Shahdara – Ram Niwas Goyal
63. Seemapuri – Rajendra Pal Gautam
64. Rohtas Nagar – Sarita Singh
65. Seelampur – Abdul Rehman
66. Ghonda – S.D. Sharma
67. Babarpur – Gopal Rai
68. Gokalpur – Ch. Surendra Kumar
69. Mustafabad – Haji Yunus
70. Karawal Nagar – Durgesh Pathak

(Agency)


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