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Mangol Puri Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Election Results, Delhi

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About Mangol Puri Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Constituency

Mangol Puri Assembly constituency falls under the North West Delhi parliamentary constituency of NCT of Delhi. Despite the government's initiatives on infrastructure and basic amenities, the basic problems faced by people are those of inflation and the government's inability to control prices. Mangol Puri has been a Congress bastion since 1993 and local MLA Raj Kumar Chauhan won four back-to-back elections. But 2013 Delhi Assembly elections witnessed a twist with AAP's Rakhi Birla defeating Chauhan by a margin of close to 11,000 votes.

Map of Mangol Puri Assembly Constituency

Map of Mangol Puri Assembly Constituency
Map showing the different localities of the Mangol Puri Assembly Constituency.

Sitting and previous MLAs from Mangol Puri Assembly Constituency

Below is the list of winners and runners-up in the Mangol Puri assembly elections conducted so far.

YearA.C No.Assembly Constituency NameTypeWinnerGenderPartyVoteRunner UpGenderPartyVote
201512Mangol Puri(SC)Rakhi BirlaFAAP60534Raj Kumar ChauhanMINC37835
201312Mangol Puri(SC)Rakhi BirlaFAAP44383Raj Kumar ChauhanMINC33798
200812Mangol Puri(SC)Raj Kumar ChauhanMINC50448Yogesh Aatray MBJP20585
200324Mangol Puri(SC)Rajkumar Chauhan MINC39147Megh SinghMBSP8832
199824Mangol Puri(SC)Raj Kumar ChauhanMINC32372Lakshmi NarayanMBJP11358
199324Mangol Puri(SC)Raj Kumar ChauhanMINC21344Soran Singh NiralaMBJP13681

Localities in Mangol Puri Assembly Constituency

All the localities of Mangol Puri Assembly Constituency and the respective areas covered by them are listed in the table below:

Locality NameAreas falling under the Locality
Rohini1 - Pocket A-1, Sector-4, Rohini, 2 - Pocket A-2, Sector-4, Rohini1 - Pocket A-3, Sector-4, Rohini, 2 - Pocket A-4, Sector-4, Rohini1 - Pocket B-5, Sector-4, Rohini1 - Pocket B-6, Sector-4, Rohini, 2 - Pocket B-9, Sector-4, Rohini1 - Pocket B-7, Sector-4, Rohini, 2 - Pocket B-8, Sector-4, Rohini1 - Pocket H-32, Sector-3 Rohini, 2 - Pocket H-33, Sector-3 Rohini1 - Mtnl Staff Qtrs Pkt G-31, Sector-3 Rohini, 2 - Pocket H-34, Sector-3, Rohini1 - Pocket G-30, Sector-3, Rohini1 - Pocket G-29, Sector-3 Rohini1 - Pocket G-28, Sector-3 Rohini1 - Pocket G-26, Sector-3 Rohini1 - Pocket F-25, Sector-3 Rohini1 - Pocket G-27, Sector-3 Rohini1 - Pocket F-24, Sector-3 Rohini1 - Pocket F-22, Sector-3 Rohini, 2 - Pocket F-23, Sector-3 Rohini1 - Pocket E-21, Sector-3, Rohini1 - Pocket E-20, Sector-3, Rohini1 - Pocket E-19, Sector-3, Rohini, 2 - Mahakali Mandir, Pocket E-19, Sector-3 Rohini1 - Pocket E-18, Sector-3, Rohini1 - Pocket D-17, Sector-3, Rohini1 - Pocket D-16, Sector-3 Rohini1 - Pocket D-15, Sector-3 Rohini1 - Pocket D-14, Sector-3 Rohini1 - Pocket C-12, Sector-3, Rohini, 2 - Pocket C-13, Sector-3, Rohini1 - Pocket C-11, Sector-3, Rohini1 - Pocket B-6, Sector 3, Rohini1 - Pocket B-9, Sector-3, Rohini, 2 - Pocket B-10, Sector 3, Rohini1 - Pocket B-9, Sector-3, Rohini1 - Pocket B-7, Sector 3 Rohini1 - Pocket B-8, Sector 3 Rohini1 - Pocket B-5, Sector 3, Rohini, 2 - M T N L Staff Quarters Plot No 4, Sector 3, Rohini1 - Pocket A-1, Sector 3, Rohini, 2 - Pocket B-5, Sector 3, Rohini, 3 - Nicfs Staff Quarters, Sector 3, Rohini, 4 - Night Shelter Rohini Sector-3, Near Kali Mata Mandir1 - Pocket A-2, Sector 3, Rohini, 2 - Pocket A-3, Sector 3, Rohini1 - T-Huts, Near Mtnl Office, Sector 3 Rohini1 - T-Huts, Backside DTC Depot, Sector 3 Rohini, 2 - Bhartiya Yog Sansthan, Sector-3 Rohini1 - Pocket-7, Sector 2, Rohini, 2 - Gram Sabha Colony, Pocket-7, Sector 2, Rohini1 - Pocket-6, Sector-2, Rohini, 2 - Pocket-3, Lig Flats, Sector 2, Rohini1 - Pocket-6, Sector 2, Rohini, 2 - Pocket-3, Janata Quarters, Sector 2, Rohini1 - Pocket-5, Sector 2, Rohini1 - Pocket-4, Sector 2, Rohini1 - A-Block, Janta Flats, Pocket-00, Sector-2, Rohini, 2 - A-Block, Pocket-00, Sector-2 Rohini1 - Pocket-00, Block-A, Sector-2, Rohini1 - A Block, Janta Flats, Pocket-00, Sector 2, Rohini, 2 - Himalaya Appartment, Phase-1, Block-A, Sector-2 Rohini1 - Block-A, Janta Flats, Pocket-00, Sector-2 Rohini1 - A-Block, Pocket-00, 60 Mtr Plot, Sector 2, Rohini, 2 - A-Block, Slum Flat, Avantika Enclave, Sector 2, Rohini, 3 - Jhuggi Avantika Enclave, Sector-2 Rohini1 - B-Block, Slum Flat, Avantika Enclave, Sector 2, Rohini, 2 - C-Block, Slum Flat, Avantika Enclave, Sector 2, RohiniMangol Pur Khurd1 - Pana Mohalla, Mangol Pur Kalan, 2 - Pana Harijan Basti, Near G-Block, Mangol Pur Kalan1 - Pana Mohalla, Mangol Pur Kalan1 - Pana Bichli Gali, Mangol Pur Kalan1 - Pana Bichli Gali, Mangol Pur Kalan1 - Pana Tihaai, Mangol Pur Kalan, 2 - Sanjay Nagar, Mangol Pur Kalan1 - F-Block T-Huts, Stone Market, Mangol Pur Kalan1 - G-Block T-Huts, Opposite Village Mangol Puri, Mangol Pur Kalan
Mangolpuri1 - G-Block, Mangol Puri1 - G-Block, Mangol Puri1 - G-Block, Mangol Puri1 - G-Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - Mandir, G-Block, Mangol Puri1 - Punjabi Camp, F Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - F-Block, Mangol Puri, 3 - S. V. Medical Mission, F-Block, Mangol Puri1 - F-Block, Mangol Puri1 - F-II-Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - New Market B(F-II-Stalls), Mangol Puri1 - F-Block, D.D.A. Flats, Mangolpuri1 - F-Block, D.D.A. Flats, Mangolpuri1 - Shopping Center, F-Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - F-Block, Mangol Puri, 3 - Masjid, F-Block, Mangolpuri, 4 - Mandir, F-Block, Mangol Puri1 - F-Block, Mangol Puri1 - F-1, Block, Mangol Puri1 - F-Block, Mangol Puri1 - E-Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - E-Block, Mangol Puri, Mahamaya Durga Mandir1 - A-Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - A-Block, Jhuggi, Mangol Puri, 3 - A-Block, Hanuman Mandir, Mangol Puri, 4 - A- Block, DDA Market, Mangol Puri1 - B-Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - B-Block, Gurudwara, Mangol Puri1 - B-Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - Nirankari Satsang Bhawan, B-Block, Mangol Puri1 - C-Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - C-Block, Jhuggi, Mangol Puri, 3 - Industrial Area, Phase-I, Mangol Puri1 - D-Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - D-Block, Jhuggi, Mangol Puri1 - O-Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - O-Block, Jhuggi, Mangol Puri, 3 - Shiv Mandir, O-Block, Mangol Puri1 - O-Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - Police Quarters, Mangol Puri, 3 - O Block, Esi Quarters, Mangol Puri1 - N-Block, Mangol Puri1 - N-Block, DDA Market, Mangol Puri, 2 - N-Block, Mangol Puri1 - N-Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - Shiv Mandir, N-Block, Mangol Puri1 - N-Block, Mangol Puri1 - M-Block, Mangol Puri1 - Market, M-Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - M-Block, Mangol Puri1 - L-Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - L-Block, Jhuggi, Mangol Puri1 - L-Block, Mangol Puri1 - DDA Flats, L-Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - L-Block, Mangol Puri1 - K-Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - Jhuggi, K-Block, Mangol Puri1 - K-Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - G S Mandir, K-Block, Mangol Puri1 - K-Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - X-Block, Mangol Puri1 - X-Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - S G H Staff Quarters, K-Block, Mangol Puri1 - T-Huts, X-Block, Mangolpuri, 2 - Netrahin Kalyankari Sansthan, X-Block, Mangolpuri1 - X-Block, Mangol Puri1 - P-1 Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - P-2 Block, Mangol Puri1 - P-2 Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - P-3 Block, Mangol Puri1 - P-4 Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - P-5 Block, Mangol Puri1 - P-5 Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - P-6 Block, Mangol Puri1 - P-7 Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - P-8 Block, Mangol Puri, 3 - Shiv Mandir, P-Block, Mangol Puri, 4 - Huts, P-Block, Mangol Puri1 - Q-3 Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - Q-4 Block, Mangol Puri, 3 - Q-4-Jhuggi, Mangol Puri, 4 - Q-1 Block, Mangol Puri, 5 - Q-2 Block, Mangolpuri1 - Q-5 Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - Q-6 Block, Mangol Puri1 - Q-7 Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - Q-8 Block, Mangol Puri1 - Q-11 Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - Q-9 Block, Mangol Puri1 - Q-10 Block, Mangol Puri1 - R-Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - R-Block Market, Mangol Puri1 - R-Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - R-Block, Night Shelter, Mangol Puri1 - R-Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - Mandir, R-Block, Mangol Puri, 3 - Gurudwara, R-Block, Mangol Puri1 - R-Block, Mangol Puri1 - S-Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - Market, S-Block, Mangol Puri1 - T-Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - Mandir, T-Block, Mangol Puri1 - T-Block, Mangol Puri1 - T-Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - DDA Market, T-Block, Mangol Puri1 - U-Block, Mangol Puri1 - T Huts, U-Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - U-Block, Mangol Puri1 - U-Block, Mangol Puri, 2 - DDA Market, U-Block, Mangol Puri, 3 - Mandir, U-Block, Mangol Puri
Mangol Puri1 - A-Block, Mangol Puri

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