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AAP's New Cabinet
February 14, 2015 01:58 PM
Arvind Kejriwal sworn in as Chief Minister of Delhi with additional charge of Finance and Home. Manish Sisodia is the Deputy CM, Education, Urban Development Department and the Public Works Department (PWD) Minister. Jitendra Tomar is the Law Minister. Satyendra Jain is the Health and Industry Minister. Asim Ahmad is the Food and Civil Supplies Minister. Gopal Rai is the Transportation and Labour Minister.  Sandeep Kumar is the Women and Child Welfare, SC/ST Minister.
AAP gets Decisive Mandate from People of Delhi
February 10, 2015 07:11 PM
Aam Aadmi Party has won 67 out of 70 Delhi Assembly constituencies.  AAP candidates from New Delhi (Arvind Kejriwal), Malviya Nagar (Somnath Bharti), Laxmi Nagar (Nitin Tyagi), Madipur-SC (Girish Soni), Mangol Puri-SC (Rakhi Birla), Matia Mahal (Asim Ahmed Khan), Matiala (Gulab Singh), Mehrauli (Naresh Yadav), Model Town (Akhilesh Pati Tripathi), Moti Nagar (Shiv Charan Goyal), Mundka (Sukhbir Singh), Najafgarh (Kailash Gehlot), Nangloi Jat (Raghuvendra Shokeen), Narela (Sharad Kumar), and Okhla (Amanatullah Khan) have won. Mustafabad constituency has been won by BJP’s Jagdish Pradhan. Out of 70 constituencies of Delhi Assembly, Bharatiya Janata Party has won just 3 seats, far less than the 7 seats required to stake claim for the Leader of the Opposition’s position. Source: Media Sources
Bedi apologises but asks BJP to introspect Defeat
February 10, 2015 06:51 PM
BJP's chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi Tuesday apologised to her party for letting it down after she lost from a constituency seen as a 'safe seat' by the party, but demonstrated her ignorance about the city by admitting how she discovered during the campaign the yawning gap between the haves and have-nots. Bedi, who served Delhi as an Indian Police Service officer at various levels and took voluntary retirement while she was director of the Bureau of Police Research and Development, also admitted she got to know Delhi only after she started her campaign. She admitted her lack of knowledge about Delhi, and said the campaigning gave her a chance to know the city. "I am very happy I got to do this, because this showed me the real situation of Delhi. I was troubled with what I saw... the divide between urban rich and urban poor... There is a mammoth gap," she said. In a strange admission, she also said she was not charged "even a rupee" for fighting the election, adding that it was "rare" that this happened. "I want to thank the BJP leadership which reposed trust in me. I apologise to every worker of the party, I could not fulfill their expectation," she said. Minutes later, the former police officer in response to a question retorted: "I have not lost... let the BJP assess (why they lost), they are a national cadre-based party. I have not lost, I gave my very best." Bedi lost the Krishna Nagar constituency to a little known lawyer, S.K. Bagga, by 2,277 votes. Source: IANS
India Inc. congratulates AAP for landslide victory
February 10, 2015 05:23 PM
Complimenting the Aam Admi Party (AAP) for its landslide win in the Delhi state elections, Indian industry Tuesday said it looks forward to collaborating with the Arvind Kejriwal-led government in the national capital's development. However, the stocks markets which have been on a roller coaster ride since Monday, were trading in the red in the late afternoon session Tuesday. The barometer index of the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) was down 54.55 points or 0.19 percent in the late afternoon trade session. Volatility was witnessed in the trade so far, with the benchmark index rising to an inter-day high of 28,633.72 points and a low of 28,044.49 points. The 30-scrip Sensitive Index (Sensex) of the S&P BSE, which opened at 28,122.48 points, was trading at 28,172.84 points (2.35 p.m.), down 54.55 points or 0.19 percent from the previous day's close at 28,227.39 points. The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) complimented AAP on its strong performance in Delhi state assembly elections. "CII and the industry in Delhi is confident that the new government would be industry friendly and would strengthen Delhi's position both economically and socially," said Zubin Irani, chairman, CII Northern Region. According to Irani, CII looks forward to work with the state leadership on a focussed agenda comprising of GST (goods and services tax), skill development, promotion of the services sector, upgradation of industrial areas, green energy, water conservation and women's safety. Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) congratulated AAP for its victory and hoped that the huge mandate will be used to create positive governance environment for growth of businesses in the state. “We are encouraged by the statement that the AAP will endeavour to ensure that starting a business or trade in Delhi takes maximum time of one week and that it will also take steps to end inspector raj," said A. Didar Singh, secretary general, FICCI. "It is also heartening to see focus of AAP’s Action Plan on making Delhi a start-up hub and create amenities to realise this promise," added Singh. PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry described the massive mandate in favour of AAP as a vote for clean politics and governance in which there is no elbowroom for corruption and appeasement. PHD Chamber's president Alok B. Shriram said that Kejriwal-led AAP government in Delhi should make all possible attempts to provision for education, women safety, water, electricity, sanitation and host of other such issues as well as efforts for the industrial development of Delhi. The industry body said that the capital city needs altogether new infrastructure, adequate water and power for its economic upliftment coupled with a cluster approach so that all its industrial pockets are revived to serve the emerging requirements of stakeholders. Top banker Deepak Parekh described the victory of AAP in Delhi's assembly elections as a "vote for change". "It is a change for which the people of Delhi voted," Parekh, chairman of Housing Development Finance Corporation told reporters in Mumbai on the sidelines of an event. "I think what has impacted Delhi elections is that in the last seven-eight months nothing changed there when it was under the L-G (Lieutenant Governor) role. It may have upset the people," he said. According to Parekh, only time will tell how AAP delivers on its promises of cheaper power and access to water. Source: IANS
Veteran Delhi legislator finally loses
February 10, 2015 05:06 PM
Shoaib Iqbal, for long considered invincible in Delhi assembly elections, Tuesday finally lost -- to the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). Iqbal, a party hopper, was first elected in 1993 from the Muslim-dominated Matia Mahal constituency in Old Delhi. He was then a candidate of the Janata Dal. He won again in 1998. In 2003, he was elected as a Janata Dal-Secular nominee. When he won in 2008, he belonged to the Lok Janshakti Party. And in 2013 he was the sole Janata Dal-United legislator in the house. This time, he fought on Congress ticket and was routed -- like all other 69 Congress candidates. Source: IANS


Winner and Runnerup Candidate in Mehrauli assembly constituency


The table below shows the Winner and Runnerup candidate form the Mehrauli Assembly Constituency. The party symbol is also shown along.

Winner Candidate -
Naresh Yadav (won by: 16951)
Political Party -
AAP

Mehrauli Election Results 2015

Table showing the winning and the runner-up Candidate of the 2015 Vidhan Sabha Election in Mehrauli Assembly

YearPartySymbolstatusCandidate Namevotes
2015 AAP WinnerNaresh Yadav 58125
2015 BJP RunnerUpSarita Chaudhary 41174

About Mehrauli Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Constituency

Mehrauli was earlier known as Mihirawali, which means Home of Mihir. It was founded by King Mihir Bhoja of the Gurjara-Pratihara Dynasty. It is one of the seven ancient cities that make up present Delhi. Mehrauli is well known for its architecture. The assembly constituency of Mehrauli is a part of South Delhi Lok Sabha constituency. INC was in power in Mehrauli from 1998 to 2008. Acute scarcity of water in the constituency was a major issue that led to the defeat of the INC in the 2013 assembly elections. Parvesh Verma of the BJP is the present MLA.

Map of Mehrauli Assembly Constituency

Map of Mehrauli Assembly Constituency
Map showing the different localities of the Mehrauli Assembly Constituency.


Sitting and previous MLAs from Mehrauli Assembly Constituency


Below is a year-wise list of MLAs of Mehrauli Assembly Constituency along with their party names:

YearA.C No.Assembly Constituency NameTypeWinnerGenderPartyVoteRunner UpGenderPartyVote
201545MehrauliGENNaresh YadavMAAP58125Sarita ChaudharyFBJP41174
201345MehrauliGENParvesh Sahib SinghMBJP37481Narinder Singh SejwalMAAP32917
200845MehrauliGENDr. Yoganand Shastri MINC21740Sher Singh Dagar MBJP20632
200332MehrauliGENBalram Tanwar MINC40595Brahm Singh TanwarMBJP28939
199832MehrauliGENBhram Singh TanwarMBJP24996Balram TanwarMIND22389
199332MehrauliGENBrahm Singh TanwarMBJP24396Balram Singh TanwarMINC17375
198327Mehrauli(SC)Kalka Dass MBJP20119Rajender Kumar BodhMINC13639
197727Mehrauli(SC)Kalka Dass MJNP16457Puran ChandMINC6288
195142MehrauliGENMitter SenMINC6105Prem Raj SharmaMIND4440
195142MehrauliGENSukh DevMINC4959Niyadar SinghMIND2647



Localities in Mehrauli Assembly Constituency


All the localities of Mehrauli Assembly Constituency and areas covered by the respective localities are enlisted in the table below:

Locality NameAreas falling under the Locality
Kusumpur Pahari1 - Block-B (Near Despensary), Kusum Pur Phari1 - Block-B (Near Park), Kusum Pur Pahari, 2 - Block-A (Behind Air India Colony), Kusum Pur Pahari1 - Kusum Pur, Pahari Block-A, 2 - Kusum Pur Pahari Block-A Near Bijli Office, Kusum Pur Pahari1 - Block-A , Kusum Pur Pahri, 2 - Kusum Pur Pahari Block-A Near Bijli Office, Kusum Pur Pahri1 - Block-D, Kusum Pur Pahari1 - D - Block Kusum Pur Pahari, 1 - Block-E, Kusum Pur Pahari1 - Block-C (Near Madrasi Camp), Kusum Pur Pahari, 2 - Block Cn, Kusum Pur Phari1 - Block-C, Kusumpur Phari
Rajokari Village1 - Deepchand Pradhan Mohalla, Rajokari Village, 2 - Rajokari Village1 - Yadav Mohalla, Rajokari Village, 2 - West End Green Farm, Rajokari Village, 3 - Near Air Force Camp, Rajokari Village, 4 - The Greens, RajokrarIVillage1 - Near MCD School, Rajokari Village, 2 - Near Old Choppal, Rajokari Village, 3 - Brahmin Mohalla, Rajokari Village, 4 - Nai Wali Gali, Rajokari Village1 - Near Allahabad Bank, Rajokari Village, 2 - Near Old Choppal, Rajokari Village, 3 - Water Supply Pump No.2, Rajokari Village, 4 - Main Market School Road, Rajokari Village1 - Service Station Road, Rajokari Village, 2 - Near Barat Ghar, Rajokari Village, 3 - Near Water Supply Pump, Rajokari Village1 - Near MCD Water Pump, Rajokari Village, 2 - Primary School MCD, Rajokari Harijan Basti, 3 - Near Harijan Chopal, Rajokari Harijan Basti, 4 - Near Ambedkar Murti, Rajokari Harijan Basti, 5 - Trihaya Mandir, Rajokari Harijan Basti, 6 - Old Chopal Harijan Basti, Rajokari Harijan Basti1 - Near Bharat Sewak Samaj Society, Rajokari Pahari, 2 - Fps Wali Gali, Rajhokari Pahari, 3 - K.Oil Wali Gali, Rojokari Pahari, 4 - Near Hanuman Mandir, Rajokari Pahari, 5 - Bss Camp Rojokri Phari (Near), Rojokari Pahari, 6 - Near Shiv Mandir, Rajokari Village, 7 - Sudhar Samiti Office, Rajokari Village, 8 - T - Huts, Rajokari Village, 9 - Near MCD Water Pump, Rajokari Village
Vasant Kunj1 - Sector-C Pkt-3, Vasant Kunj, 2 - Sector-C Pkt-4, Vasant Kunj, 3 - Delhi Police Residential Complex, Vasant Kunj New Delhi1 - Sec-C Pkt-2, Vasant Kunj, 2 - Sec -C Pkt -2, Vasant Kunj1 - Pkt-I Sec-C Lane -7, Vasant Kunj, 2 - Pkt-1 Sec-C Lane - 8, Vasant Kunj, 3 - Sec-C Pkt-1 Lane -9, Vasant Kunj, 4 - Sec - C Pkt -1 Lane -10, Vasant Kunj, 5 - Sec - C Pkt - 1 Lane - 11, Vasant Kunj, 6 - Sec - C Pkt -1 Lane 12, Vasant Kunj, 7 - Sec - C Pkt -1 Lane - 13, Vasant Kunj, 8 - Sec- C Pkt -1 Lane -14, Vasant Kunj, 9 - I R C E N Bhawan, Sector-C Pocket-1 Vasant Kunj1 - Pkt-I Sector-C Lane -1, Vasant Kunj, 2 - Sec-C Pkt-1 Lane -2, Vasant Kunj, 3 - Sec - C Pkt -1 Lane -3, Vasant Kunj, 4 - Sec- C Pkt -1 Lane -4, Vasant Kunj, 5 - Sec- C Pkt - 1 Lane - 5, Vasant Kunj, 6 - Sec -C Pkt -1 Lane - 6, Vasant Kunj1 - Shanti Sports Club-D7, Vasant Kunj, 2 - Pocket-8, Sector-D, Vasant Kunj, 3 - Sector-D P.K.T.-6 Near Fly Over, Vasant Kunj1 - Pkt-7 Sector-D, Vasant Kunj1 - Sec-B Pkt-11, (H-N8001-8264), Vasant Kunj1 - Sector-B Pocket-10 (H-N7288-7560), Vasant Kunj1 - Sector-B Pocket-10 (H-N7001-7287), Vasant Kunj, 2 - J J Bandu Camp Vasant Kunj, Vasant Kunj1 - Sector-B Pkt-9 (H-N6185-6496), Vasant Kunj1 - Sector-B Pkt-8 (H-N6001-6184), Vasant Kunj1 - J J Bandu Camp Vasant Kunj, Vasant Kunj1 - Sector B-5 & B-6, Vasant Kunj, 2 - Sector B, Pkt-7, Vasant Kunj1 - Sector-B-5 & 6, Vasant Kunj1 - Sector B-3 Vasant Kunj, Bougain Villa Appartment, 2 - Sector B-4 Vasant Kunj, Ridge View Appartment, 3 - Sahyog Appartment, Sector-B Pkt-2 Vasant Kunj1 - Sector B-2 Vasant Kunj, Rock View Appartment, 2 - Sector B-2 Vasant Kunj, Park View Appartment, 3 - Sector B-2 Vasant Kunj, Green Glade Appartment1 - Sector-B Pkt-1 (H-N1297-1864), Vasant Kunj1 - Sector-B Pkt-1, (H-N1001-1296), Vasant Kunj, 2 - Dav School To Dav School, Sector-B Poket-1 Vasant Kunj1 - Sector-D P.K.T.-6 Near Fly Over, Vasant Kunj1 - Sec. D Pkt 4, Vasant Kunj1 - Deep Public School, Vasant Kunj, 2 - Sec-D Pkt-3, Vasant Kunj1 - Sec-D Pkt-3, Vasant Kunj1 - Pkt-A Sector-A(H-N1001-1260), Vasant Kunj1 - Sector A Pkt-B &C, Vasant Kunj1 - Sector-A Pkt-C (H-N1-544), Vasant Kunj, 2 - Desu Colony, Sect-A, Vasant Kunj1 - Sector -A Pkt-B& C (H-N945-1136), Vasant Kunj, 2 - Sector-A, Pkt B&C, Vasant Kunj1 - Bhawani Kunj ( Farm House ) Near D -2, Vasant Kunj, 2 - Dargan Farm House Behind Church D-3, Vasant Kunj, 3 - Poorna Pragya School, Vasant Kunj, 4 - Shanti Kunj, Vasant Kunj, 5 - B D D S Residence Complex, Vasant Kunj, 6 - Sony Silver, O K Estate, Vasant Kunj, 7 - Green Avenue Behind D-3, Vasant Kunj, 8 - Shri Anand Dham, Shri Ram Mandir Marg, D-4, Vasant Kunj New Delhi-110070, 9 - Perch Farm House, Behind, D-3, Mall Road, Vasant Kunj, 10 - Gulmohar Lane, Church Road/Mall Road, Vasant Kunj, 11 - Park Lane, Church Road, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi1 - Sector-D Pkt-2, Vasant Kunj, 2 - Type-V Delhi Govt Officers Residential Complex, D-2, Vasant Kunj1 - Sector-D Pkt-2, (H.No. 2001 To 2400), Vasant Kunj1 - Sector D Pkt-I, Vasant Kunj, 2 - Farm House Near Sec- D Pkt-1, Vasant Kunj, 3 - Harcharan Bag , Andheria More, Pocket C Vasant Kunj
Masood Pur1 - B -9 Lig Flats, Vasant Kunj1 - Dairy Farm ( Near L.I.G B-9 ), Masood Pur, 2 - A-Block, Masood Pur Village1 - B-Block , Masood Pur Village, 2 - A-Block, Masood Pur Village1 - Block-C Harijan Basti, Masood Pur Village, 2 - Nathu Singh Mkt, Masood Pur Village, 3 - T-Huts, Masood Pur Village, 4 - D-Block , Harijan Basti, Masood Pur Village
Kishan Garh Village1 - Kishan Garh Village North, Kishan Garh1 - Aakhara Wali Gali, Kishan Garh, 2 - Yog Maya Appartment, Kishan Garh, 3 - Kishan Garh Village North, Kishan Garh1 - Kishan Garh Village (East), Kishan Garh Village, 2 - Gaushala, Kishan Garh, 3 - Green Avenue Lane, Kishan Garh1 - Kishan Garh Village(South), Kishan Garh Village, 2 - RZ-Blocks, Kishan Garh Village1 - Kishan Garh Village(West), Kishan Garh Village, 2 - Nai Ki Dukan Wali Gali, Kishan Garh, 3 - Gaushala, Kishan Garh1 - Kishan Garh Village(Centre), Kishan Garh Village, 2 - Challu Ki Chal Wali Gali, Kishan Garh
Jnu (Jawahar Lal Nehru UnIVersity)Paschimabad Jnu, 2 - N-II Complex, Jnu, 3 - Mahanandi, Jnu, 4 - New Hostal , Mahanandi Jnu, 5 - , Jnu Ganga Hostel, 6 - Koyna Hostel, Jnu Campus, 7 - Jnu, Shipra HostelJnu Kaveri Hostel, 2 - Jnu Satluj Hostel, 3 - , Jnu Nursary, 4 - , Jnu Nihfw, 5 - , Tapti Hostel Jnu, 6 - , Chandrabhaga Hostel Jnu, 7 - , Lohit Hostel Jnu, 8 - Mahi- Mandavi, Jnu, 9 - Sabarmati Hostel, Jnu, 10 - , Moti Lal Nehru Campus1 - Old Campus, Jnu, 2 - Jhuggi Jnu, 3 - Canteen, Jnu, 4 - Nursary, Jnu, 5 - Nihfw, J N U New Delhi 110067, 6 - Foreign Service Institute Complex, Old Jnu Complex1 - IImc, Jnu Aruna Asaf Ali Road, 2 - Kamdhenu Jnu, 3 - , Sumeru Jnu, 4 - , Jnu School Physical Sciences, 5 - , Jnu Poorvanchal, Nsc, 6 - , Jnu Brahmputra Hostal, 7 - , Jnu Godavari Hostal, 8 - Iuac, Aruna Asaf Ali Road, 9 - Nipgr, Aruna Asaf Ali Marg, Jnu CampusJnu B&C Quarter Saraswati Puram, 2 - Jnu Uttarakhand, 3 - , Jnu Dakshin Puram, 4 - Transit House, Jnu, 5 - New Transit House, J N U, 6 - Yamuna Hostel, J N U, 7 - Jhelam Hostel, Jnu, 8 - Periyar Hostel, Jnu, 9 - Narmada Hostel, JnuJnu Motilal Nehru Camp
Ber Sarai1 - DDA Flats, Ber Sarai, 2 - DDA, Staff Qtrs Ber Sarai, 3 - , Blk RZ Ber Sarai, 4 - , Village Ber Sarai1 - RZ Block Ber Sarai, 2 - Village Ber Sarai, 3 - , A Block Village Ber Sarai, 4 - , F Block Ber Sarai1 - Ber Sarai Village, 2 - Bersarai, 3 - , RZ Block Ber Sarai
Katwaria Sarai1 - Katwaria Sarai Janta Flats, 2 - (A To F), Katwaria Sarai VillKatwaria SaraiKatwaria Sarai Village1 - Village Katwaria Sarai, 2 - Laxmi Narain Mandir, Katwaria Sarai1 - Village Katwaria Sarai, 2 - Mandir Katwaria Sarai1 - Katwaria Sarai Village, 2 - F Block Katwaria Sarai1 - Janta Flat Ph II Katwaria Sarai, 2 - M I G Flat Katwaria Sarai, 3 - , L I G Flat Katwaria Sarai, 4 - Qutab View Apartment, Katwaria Sarai New Delhi-16, 5 - Qutub View Apartment, Katwaria Sarai New Delhi-161 - Katwaria Sarai Village, 2 - B Block Katwaria Sarai, 3 - , B Block Katwaria Sarai, 4 - , D Block Katwaria Sarai, 5 - , Katwaria Sarai, 6 - , H Block Katwaria Sarai, 7 - , Jhuggi Katwaria Sarai
Mehrauli1 - Dargah, Mehrauli, 2 - Sewa Sadan, Mehrauli, 3 - Ward No-1, Mehrauli, 4 - Ward No 1, Mehrauli1 - St Johns Church Compound, Ward No-1 Mehrauli1 - Ward 8 Mehrauli, 2 - Vishkarma Mandir Mehrauli, 3 - , Ashoka Mission Jain Mandir Road1 - Ward 7 Mehrauli (H No 918 To 1019), 2 - Ward 7 Mehrauli, 3 - Dargah, Ward No 7 Mehrauli, 4 - , Ward 8 Mehrauli1 - Ward No-8, Mehrauli (H No 895 To 1055/B-8), 2 - B S S, Mehrauli, 3 - H No- T/3 To T/40, Blk T Ward No 8 Mehrauli1 - Ward No 8 Mehrauli, 2 - Aulia Masjid, Ward No 8 Mehrauli1 - Ward No-1 Mehrauli, 2 - Ward No 7 Mehrauli1 - Ward 7 Mehrauli, 2 - Dargah Mehrauli1 - Ward No 6 MehrauliWard 3 MehrauliA To M Ward 3 Meharuli1 - Ward 3 Mehrauli, 2 - Ward 2 Mehrauli, 3 - Ward 2, Mehrauli1 - Ward 3 Mehrauli, 2 - A To P Ward 2 Mehrauli1 - Ward 4 Mehrauli, 2 - Ward 2 Mehrauli1 - Ward No-2 Mehrauli, 2 - Ward No 3 Mehrauli, 3 - , Ward No -5 Mehrauli1 - Ward 1Mehrauli, 2 - Govt School Ward 1 Mehrauli, A-16, Ps-Qtr-To-Govt, 3 - Mandir, Ward 1 1 - Mehrauli, 4 - , Ward 1 Mehrauli, 5 - , Ward 1 Mehrauli, 6 - , Ward 1 Mehrauli1 - Ward No-2 Mehrauli, 2 - Ward No-2 Mehrauli, 3 - , Ward No-2 Mehrauli, 4 - , Ward No-2 Mehrauli, 5 - , Ward No-2 Mehrauli, 6 - , Ward No-2 Mehrauli, 7 - , Ward- 2 MehrauliWard 2 Mehrauli1 - Ward No-2 Mehrauli, 2 - Ward No-2, Mehrauli1 - Ward No-2, MehrauliWard No 2 Mehrauli
Lado Sarai1 - DDA Flats Lado Sarai, 2 - Village Lado Sarai, 3 - Masjid, Village Lado SaraiLado Sarai1 - Village Lado Sarai, 2 - H No- 184 To 185, Block K Village Lado Sarai, 3 - H No- 1 To 405, M Block Village Lado Sarai1 - Village Lado Sarai, 2 - H No-S-196/2 To S-196/9, Jhuggi Village Lado Sarai1 - Village Lado Sarai, 2 - Village Lado Sarai, 3 - , Village Lado Sarai1 - Village Lado Sarai, 2 - Ahinsa Sathal, Lado Sarai, 3 - Arvind Ashram, Village Lado Sarai, 4 - Dhola Peer Masjid, Village Lado Sarai1 - Village Lado Sarai, 2 - Village Lado Sarai, 3 - , N Block Village Lado Sarai
Saket1 - SFS Flats, Saket, 2 - Block-C Saket1 - Block-D, Saket, 2 - D-Block Saket, Durga Mandir To Durga Mandir, 3 - D-Block Saket, Sai Dham To Sai Dham, 4 - D-Block Saket, Vidya Niketan To Vidya Niketan1 - Block-G, SFS Flats, Saket, 2 - G B School, Saket, 3 - Block-B, Saket, 4 - Amar Taxi Stand, Saket, 5 - Block-E, Mig, DDA Flats, Saket, 6 - Block-F, Mig Flats, Saket, 7 - G B School, Saket1 - Block-A, Press Enclave, Saket, 2 - Block-B, Press Enclave, Saket, 3 - Block-C, Press Enclave, Saket, 4 - Block-D, Press Enclave, Saket, 5 - Block-E, Press Enclave, Saket, 6 - Block-F, Press Enclave, Saket1 - Golf View Apartment, Block-A, Saket, 2 - Golf View Apartment, Block-B, Saket, 3 - Golf View Apartment, Block-D, Saket1 - Golf-View Appartment, Block-C Saket, 2 - Golf-View Appartment Block-C, Bses/2 To Bses Saket1 - Block-M, Saket, 2 - Block-L, DDA Janta Flats, Saket, 3 - Block-L, Amity School To Amity School Saket1 - Block-L, DDA Janta Flats, Saket, 2 - Block-L, Saket, New Green Field School To New Green Field School1 - Block-N, D D A Flats, Saket, 2 - Block-N, Servant Quarters, Saket, 3 - Block-N, Mandir, Sanatan Dharm To Sanatam Dharam Saket, 4 - Block-N, Appejay School To Apeejay School Saket, 5 - Block-J, Saket, 1 - Block-J, Saket, 2 - Block-J, Mm Mandir To Mm Mandir Saket1 - Block-H, DDA Flats, Saket, 2 - Block-H, Servant Quarters, DDA Flats, Saket, 3 - Block-H, DDA Flats, Gbss To Gbss Saket, 4 - Block-H, Gurudwara To Gurudwara Saket1 - Block-K, DDA Flats, SFS, Saket, 2 - Block-K, Servent Quarters, DDA SFS Flats, Saket1 - Block-G, Saket, 2 - Y W A, Hostal, Saket, 3 - Block-F, Saket, 4 - Block-F, DDA Flats, Sarvent Qtrs To Sarvent Qtrs Saket1 - Block-E, Saket,

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How often did we find on national television channels the Bharatiya Janata Party leaders shooting down the Aam Aadmi Party’s promises as “utter lies” given the limitations of the Delhi government in implementing such promises? The BJP attacks on the AAP were based on the fact that Delhi was still not a full-fledged state and that any city government in Delhi therefore, had to depend on the Centre. The BJP’s reason therefore was that only a BJP government could yield ...Read More
How Delhi can change under new governance
At least three news items, within a couple of days of the Aam Aadmi Party taking control of Delhi, catch attention: Government water tankers reaching those parched unauthorised localities of the national capital that they had never visited before Early morning cleaning of drains in some other unauthorised colonies, which was a rarity The Delhi cabinet deciding, in its very first sitting on 16 February, to ban demolition in residential areas So hasn’t the new government in Delhi made a ...Read More
Last Updated on 1 July, 2015.


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