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Delhi Elections(DL) - 2014 Results

About Delhi Assembly Election 2014

The first assembly elections in Delhi were held in 1993 in which Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was victorious. The assembly elections will be held in Delhi by the end of 2014 as Delhi is presently under President's Rule after Arvind Kejriwal's resignation in
February. The Legislative Assembly comprises of 70 members whose fate will be decided by around 22.2 million voters. Congress, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) are the major political parties in the state. The other important parties are Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) and Janata Dal (United).

In the 2013 assembly elections there were 11,753 polling stations with 11.9 million eligible voters out of which 6.6 million were men and 5.3 million were women while there were 405,000 first time voters.

After the landslide victory in General Elections, BJP is confident of getting a clear majority in the state assembly elections also. Congress is all set to regain its lost ground. On the other hand, AAP will have to start from the scratch. A new strategy has to be planned to garner votes in Delhi.

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Quick facts for Delhi Elections 2014 Delhi Election History Administrative structure
Issues of the state Delhi Assembly Elections 2013 Political Parties of Delhi
State Legislative Assembly of Delhi List of Chief Ministers of Delhi List of Governors of Delhi
Latest News And Update Party Wise LS Election Results 2014 List of Winning Candidates of 2014 LS Elections of Delhi

As per the reports, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is taking into consideration the option of forming the government in Delhi with the help of Congress and AAP. The reports claim that several MLAs from the Congress and the AAP have approached BJP to form the government.

Delhi Lok Sabha Election Summary 2014

After 15 years BJP finally won in Delhi. It was a sweeping victory of BJP as it bagged all the seven seats of Delhi. All the BJP candidates- Dr. Harshvardhan from Chandni Chowk, Manoj Tiwari from North East Delhi, Mahesh Girri from East Delhi, Parvesh Verma from West Delhi, Ramesh Bidhuri from South Delhi, Udit Raj from North West Delhi and Meenakshi Lekhi from New Delhi have won. The capital state of India and the political ground of the country, Delhi, has seven Lok Sabha seats for which elections took place after every five years. The 2013 Assembly elections saw a historical victory of newborn Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), but the resignation by Arvind Kejriwal from the Chief Ministerial's post led to the President's rule in the state. The Indian National Congress (INC) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) are the major competitors in the state. Delhi participated in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections for its seven seats and around 64% of Delhi voted in the polls. There was a tough fight among the bigwigs of politics from several political parties. The exit polls speculated the victory of the BJP in Delhi which was proved right after the party's outstanding victory.

Delhi, the capital of India, is situated on the west bank of the river Yamuna. It is bounded by Uttar Pradesh on the east and south, Haryana on the west and Uttarakhand on the north. It is a metropolitan region and is spread over 1,484 square kilometres of area. Though constitutionally Delhi is a union territory, it is regarded as a state in India. It has its own judiciary (Delhi High Court), legislature (the Legislative Assembly) and executive council of Ministers with the Chief Minister as the head.

Quick facts for Delhi Elections 2014

Parliamentary Constituencies
Assembly Constituencies 70
Ruling PartyPresident rule
Opposition PartyPresident rule
Chief MinisterPresident rule
GovernorNajeeb Jung
Chief Electoral OfficerSh. Vijay Dev
AddressOld St. Stephen College Building, Kashmere Gate, Delhi-110006

Delhi Election History

It has its own judiciary (Delhi High Court), legislature (the Legislative Assembly) and executive council of Ministers with the Chief Minister as the head.

Delhi has a rich political tradition. From the ancient times, Delhi has been the seat of power and the capital of various dynasties and empires such as the mythical capital Indraprastha in the Mahabharata, the capital of the Delhi Sultanate, Lodhi Dynasty, Mughals, the British as well as independent India. New Delhi, the capital city of India as well as part of the Union Territory of Delhi, houses the major administrative and political buildings and institutions namely Lok Sabha or 'The House of People', Rajya Sabha or 'The Council of States', Rashtrapati Bhavan or 'the Official Residence of the President of India' and the Supreme Court of India. Delhi has seven Lok Sabha constituencies and seventy Legislative Assembly constituencies. There are national as well as regional political parties in Delhi.

Over the recent decades, a number of parties have formed coalitions in order to rule in Delhi. The BJP governed Delhi from 1993, with Madan Lal Khurana as the Chief Minister. See Delhi Assembly Election 2013 Results

Administrative structure

The National Capital Territory of Delhi consists of 70 assembly constituencies and seven parliamentary constituencies. Delhi has its own Lieutenant Governor, council of ministers and Chief Minister. The Lieutenant Governor is the head of the State and is appointed by the president of India. The judiciary consists of the Delhi High Court and the two lower courts namely the Small Causes Court for civil cases and the Sessions Court for criminal cases. The Supreme Court of India is also located here It has three local municipal corporations namely, Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD), New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) and Delhi Cantonment Board.

Issues of the state

Villages: Though regarded as urban villages, they continue to face developmental inequalities. Some villages lack even the basic facilities of water supply, hospitals and first aid. Transport and frequent power failures are other areas that needs attention.

Law & Order: Just like the problem of corruption, the problem of law and order in Delhi requires lot of attention. What is required is action. The most important good for public is its safety.

Water: Despite having excess of water the city continues to face water crisis till date, a condition which will only get worse in future.

Electricity and women safety issues were the areas of focus of all the parties during the elections.

Delhi Assembly Elections 2013

Results for the 2013 Delhi Assembly polls were announced on Sunday, December 8. The Congress which was in power in the capital for the last fifteen years faced a major defeat winning only 8 out of the 70 Assembly constituencies in Delhi. BJP won 32 seats, falling short by 3 seats to reach the half-way mark. A significant entry into the political game was made by nascent Aam Aadmi Party, which debuted in the Delhi elections winning as many as 28 seats. Other political parties bagged 2 seats. AAP President Arvind Kejriwal defeated Sheila Dikshit in the New Delhi constituency with a huge margin of over 25,000 votes. AAP’s success has taken most political rivals by surprise. Harsh Vardhan, BJP’s Chief Ministerial candidate won in the Krishna Nagar constituency. Since no single political party managed to gain the magic number of winning 36 constituencies in order to form the Delhi government, it has resulted in a hung assembly. According to AAP press statements, it will not provide alliance to the BJP in Delhi, thereby declining possibilities of a coalition government in the capital.

Delhi Political Parties Candidate List
BJP Candidate List Congress Candidate List Aam Aadmy Party Candidates

Political Parties of Delhi

Because of its importance as a political nucleus of India, Delhi has both national as well as regional political parties.

The national parties
INC - Indian National CongressBJP - Bharatiya Janata PartyBSP - Bahujan Samaj Party
CPIM - Communist Party of India, MarxistCPI - Communist Party of IndiaSP - Socialist Party
KMPP - Kisan Majdoor Praja PartyAISCF - All India Scheduled Caste FederationFBL (MG) - F.B (Marxist Group)
RSP - Revolutionary Socialist PartyRRP - Akhil Bharatiya Ram Rajya ParishadHMS - Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha

The regional parties in Delhi
Shiromoni Akali DalRashtriya Janata DalAam Aadmi Party

State Legislative Assembly of Delhi

The Delhi Legislative Assembly popularly known as the Vidhan Sabha was first formed on 17th March 1952 under the Government of Part-C States Act of 1951. It is a unicameral legislature and has 70 MLAs or Members of the Legislative Assembly. It is situated in the Old Secretariat Building on Raisina Hills. The term of the Vidhan Sabha is 5 years, unless it is dissolved earlier. Periodic elections are held to elect members of the Vidhan Sabha. There are three sessions of the Delhi Legislative Assembly - budget, winter and monsoon. The members of the Delhi Legislative Assembly consist of many female candidates, as well as SC and ST candidates. The present speaker of the Delhi Vidhan Sabha is AAP candidate M S Dhir. Shri Amrish Kumar Singh is the Deputy Speaker. Shiela Dikshit is the Leader of the House and Shri Vijay Kumar Malhotra is the Leader of the Opposition.

List of Chief Ministers of Delhi

The Chief Minister of Delhi heads the party achieving majority in the Elections in Delhi assembly. He also leads the Council of Ministers. Of the eight assembly elections held in Delhi so far, five were won by the Congress party. The years 1956-1993 saw the imposition of President’s Rule. Following is a list of Chief Ministers of Delhi.

S. No.Chief MinisterFromToParty Name
1President's rule Feb 15, 2014Present 
2Arvind Kejriwal Dec 28, 2013Feb 14, 2014AAP
3Sheila Dikshit 20082013INC
4Sheila Dikshit 20032008INC
5Sheila Dikshit 19982003INC
6Sushma Swaraj 19971998BJP
7Sahib Singh Verma 19961997BJP
8Madan Lal Khurana 19931996BJP
9President's rule 19561993 
10G N Singh 19551956INC
11Chaudhary Brahm Prakash 19521955INC

List of Governors of Delhi

The executive body of the National Capital Territory of Delhi is headed by the Lieutenant Governor. He is elected to be the constitutional head of the Government of Delhi. Delhi has seen the election of Lt. Governors twenty times, the list of which is given below.

S.No.Name of GovernorFromTo
1Najeeb JungJuly 2013Present
2Tejendra KhannaApr 9, 2007July, 2013
3Banwari Lal JoshiJun 9, 2004Apr 9, 2007
4Vijai KapoorApr 20, 1998Jun 9, 2004
5Tejendra KhannaJan 4, 1997Apr 20, 1998
6Prasannabhai Karunashankar DaveMay 4, 1992Jan 4, 1997
7Markandey SinghDec 19901992
8Arjan SinghDec 1989Dec 1990
9Romesh BhandariAug 1988Dec 1989
10Harkishan Lal KapoorNov 1985Aug 1988
11Mohan M.K. WaliNov 1984Nov 1985
12Shri P.G. Gavai, I.A.S.April 1984Nov 1984
13JagmohanSep 1982Mar 1984
14Sundar Lal Khurana1981Sep 1982
15JagmohanFeb 19801981
16Dalip Rai Kohli19781979
17Krishan Chand19741978
18Baleshwar Prasad19711974
19M.C. Pimputkar19701971
20Aditya Nath JhaNov 1, 19661970

Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Delhi

The Chief Electoral Officer of Delhi is Vijay Dev. He is an IAS officer from the 1987 Delhi cadre and has a B.Tech. degree from the IIT Delhi. On the eve of National Voters’ Day, he received an award for Best Electoral Practices from the President.

Sh. Vijay Dev

addressOld St. Stephen College Building, Kashmere Gate, Delhi-110006
Office Phone: 23977130
e-mailceo_delhi@eci.gov.in, ceodelhi.hqr@gmail.com

Delhi Latest News And Update

Security beefed up in Delhi for Chinese president's visit
September 17, 2014 05:40 PM
Ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping's offficial visit to Delhi, security has been beefed up in the city and the police have cordoned off certain areas keeping in mind demonstrations by the Tibetans. At least four companies of the Rapid Action Force (RAF), with around 400 armed personnel, have been deployed outside the Chinese embassy in Chanakyapuri diplomatic enclave. Source: IANS
Law soon to allow running of e-rickshaws: Gadkari
September 15, 2014 04:39 PM
Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari Monday said the government will soon come up with a law and allow running of e-rickshaws in Delhi. Addressing reporters here on the completion of his 100 days in the ministry, Gadkari said his ministry Monday brought a draft notification concerning the plying of e-rickshaws in the national capital. He said the draft notification will be on the ministry's website for the next 10 days. Source: IANS
ABVP bags all four posts in DUSU polls
September 13, 2014 11:49 AM
The Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) Saturday bagged all the four posts in the Delhi University Students' Union elections. The ABVP candidates won the post of president, vice president, secretary and joint secretary with a huge margin. Source: IANS
Kejriwal writes to president, seeks fresh polls
September 12, 2014 10:22 AM
AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal Thursday asked President Pranab Mukherjee to recommend dissolution of the Delhi assembly, saying that the government could only be formed through "unconstitutional means". In a letter written to Mukherjee, the former chief minister said: "Lt. Governor of Delhi has written to you Sep 4 recommending that the BJP be invited to form a government in Delhi. In the light of the sting operation, we would urge you to kindly recommend dissolution of the Delhi assembly and order fresh elections." Source: IANS
DU, JNU to hold students union polls Friday
September 11, 2014 05:12 PM
Delhi University (DU) and Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) will hold election for their student unions Friday. The results of the Delhi University Students' Union (DUSU) election will be declared Saturday, while the results of the Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union (JNUSU) polls are expected to be announced Monday. Source: IANS

Delhi Lok Sabha Election Results 2014 - Party wise

Shown below are the number of seats won by BJP, INC, AAP and others in Delhi Lok Sabha Elections 2014.

Delhi 2014 Party Wise Results
Below shown is the result for all important candidates for Delhi Lok Sabha Elections 2014.
Kapil Sibal
INC constituency:Chandni Chowk
Votes so far: 176206
Harsh Vardhan
BJP constituency:Chandni Chowk
Votes so far: 437938
Sandeep Dixit
INC constituency:East Delhi
Votes so far: 203240
Ajay Maken
INC constituency:New Delhi
Votes so far: 182893
JaiPrakash Agarwal
INC constituency:North East Delhi
Votes so far: 214792
Manoj Tiwari
BJP constituency:North East Delhi
Votes so far: 596125
Rakhi Birla
AAP constituency:North West Delhi
Votes so far: 523058
Krishna Tirath
INC constituency:North West Delhi
Votes so far: 157468
Ramesh Bidhuri
BJP constituency:South Delhi
Votes so far: 497980
Parvesh Verma
BJP constituency:West Delhi
Votes so far: 651395
Raj Mohan Gandhi
AAP constituency:East Delhi
Votes so far: 381739

Shown below is the list of winner/runnerup candidates of all parliamentary constituencies ofDelhi with their party name and symbol along with the votes secured by each candidate.

Chandni Chowk WinnerHarsh Vardhan
Runner upAshutosh
West Delhi WinnerParvesh Verma
Runner upMahabal Mishra
New Delhi Winner Meenakshi Lekhi
Runner upAjay Maken
South Delhi WinnerRamesh Bidhuri
Runner upCol Devender Sehrawat
North West Delhi WinnerUdit Raj
Runner upRakhi Birla
East Delhi WinnerMahesh Giri
Runner upRaj Mohan Gandhi
North East Delhi WinnerManoj Tiwari
Runner upAnand Kumar

Last Updated on September 23, 2014

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