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TrilokPuri Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Election Results, Delhi



List of candidates for Trilokpuri Constituency 2015

The table below shows who are the contesting BJP, Congress, independent etc. candidates from the Trilokpuri Assembly Constituency in the Delhi Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Elections 2015.

Trilokpuri , Constituency No -(55)
Election DateFeb 7, 2015 
Result DateFeb 10, 2015 
Election Symbol Political PartyCandidate Name
BSPBSPDr.Girish
AAP AAP Raju Dhingan
BJP BJP Kiran Vaidya
INCINCBrahm Pal
CPICPIKhubi Ram
BMPBMPPadam Chand
Samras Samaj PartySamras Samaj PartyMahinder Singh
GAPGAPRakesh

About Trilokpuri Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Constituency

One of the 70 assembly constituencies of Delhi, Trilokpuri falls under the East Delhi Lok Sabha (Parliamentary) constituency. Trilokpuri constituency is reserved for Scheduled Castes (SC). Brahm Pal of INC won the Trilokpuri seat in 1993, 1998 and 2003. In 2008, BJP's Sunil Kumar was elected from the constituency. He was defeated in the 2013 assembly elections by Raju Dhingan of AAP who won from the constituency with 44082 votes. He defeated Sunil Kumar by a margin of 17685 votes.

Sitting and previous MLAs from Trilokpuri Assembly Constituency

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

YearA.C No.Assembly Constituency NameTypeWinnerGenderPartyVoteRunner UpGenderPartyVote
201555Trilokpuri(SC)Raju DhinganMAAP74907Kiran VaidyaFBJP45153
201355Trilokpuri(SC)RajuMAAP44082Sunil KumarMBJP26397
200855Trilokpuri(SC)Sunil KumarMBJP30781Anjana FINC30147
200337Trilokpuri(SC)Brahm Pal MINC26469Sunil KumarMBJP20254
199837Trilokpuri(SC)Brahm PalMINC22887Ram Charan(Gujrati)MBJP18116
199337Trilokpuri(SC)Brahm PalMINC17844Ram Charan GujratiMBJP14989


Localities in Trilokpuri Assembly Constituency

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

Locality NameAreas falling under the Locality
Trilokpuri1 - Block-1, Trilokpuri, 2 - Police Quaters, Kalyanpuri1 - Block-2, Trilokpuri1 - T-Huts, Block-2, Trilokpuri1 - Block-2, Trilokpuri, 2 - Block-3, Trilokpuri1 - Block-4, Trilokpuri1 - Block-5, Trilokpuri1 - Block-6, Trilokpuri1 - Block-7, Trilokpuri, 2 - Block-6-7, Subhash Market, Trilokpuri1 - Block-8, Trilokpuri1 - Block-8 Exten., Trilokpuri, 2 - T-Huts Infornt Of Block-8A, DDA Janta Flats, Trilokpuri1 - Block-8A, DDA Janta Flat, Trilok Puri1 - Block-9, Trilokpuri1 - Block-9, Trilokpuri, 2 - Block-10, Trilokpuri, 3 - Block-9A, Trilokpuri1 - Block-10, Trilokpuri1 - Block-11, Trilokpuri, 2 - Block-10A, Trilokpuri1 - Block-11A, Trilokpuri, 2 - Block-12, Trilokpuri1 - Block-12, Trilokpuri, 2 - Block-12A, Trilokpuri1 - Block-13, Trilokpuri, 2 - Church, Block-13, Trilokpuri, 3 - Disha Kendra, Block-13, Trilokpuri, 4 - T-Huts Block-13, Trilokpuri1 - Block-14, Trilokpuri, 2 - Mandir, Block-14, Trilokpuri1 - Block-15, Trilokpuri1 - Block-16, Trilokpuri, 2 - T-Huts, Block 15-16, Trilokpuri1 - Block-17, Trilok Puri1 - Block-18, Trilok Puri, 2 - Market, Block-18, Trilok Puri1 - Block-19, Trilok Puri, 2 - Old Shiv Mandir, Block-19, Trilok Puri1 - Block-19, Trilok Puri1 - E25 Indira Camp, Trilok Puri1 - Block-20, Trilok Puri, 2 - Central Market Block 20-21, Trilok Puri1 - Block-21, Trilok Puri1 - Block-22, Trilok Puri, 2 - T-Huts Behind MCD Pry School, Block-22, Trilokpuri1 - E37A Sanjay Camp, Trilok Puri1 - Block-23, Trilok Puri1 - Block-24, Trilok Puri1 - Block-24, Trilok Puri, 2 - T-Huts, Block-24, Trilok Puri1 - Block-25, Trilok Puri, 2 - Satsang Bhawan, Block-25, Trilokpuri1 - Block-25, Trilok Puri1 - Block-26, Trilok Puri, 2 - Shops-Cum Residence Main Market Block-26, Trilok Puri, 3 - Rajeev Camp, Mini Market Block-26, Trilokpuri1 - Block-26, Trilok Puri, 2 - Delhi Police Quarters Near Block-26, Trilokpuri, 3 - MCD Dispensary Block-26, Trilokpuri1 - Block-27, Trilok Puri1 - Block-28, Trilok Puri1 - Block-29, Trilok Puri1 - Block-30, Trilok Puri1 - Block-30 Extn., Trilok Puri, 2 - MCD Health Centre Block-30, Trilok Puri, 3 - Gurudwara Singh Sabha, Block-30 & 32, Trilok Puri1 - Block-31, Trilok Puri1 - Block-31 Extn., Trilok Puri, 2 - Block-31 Extn., Trilokpuri, 3 - Jhuggies/T.Huts. Left Side Delhi Admn. Dispensary, Trilokpuri, 4 - Jhuggies/T.Huts. Left Side Delhi Admn. Dispensary, Trilokpuri1 - Block-32, Trilok Puri, 2 - Jhuggies Near Main Park Block-32, Trilokpuri1 - Block-33, Trilok Puri1 - Block 32& 33 Ambedkar Camp, Trilok Puri1 - Block-34, Trilok Puri, 2 - DDA Market, Block-34, Trilok Puri1 - Block-35 Extn., Trilok Puri1 - Block-36, Trilok Puri, 2 - Indira Market, Block-36, Trilok Puri1 - Block-36, Trilok Puri, 2 - Gurudwara, Block-36, Trilokpuri
Kotla Village1 - Kotla Village, Near Mayur Vihar Phase-I, Kotla Village
Mayur Vihar1 - DDA Flats Pocket-V, Mayur Vihar Phase-I, 2 - Gurudwara, Pocket-V, Mayur Vihar Phase I, 3 - Beside Gurudwara, Pocket-V, Mayur Vihar Phase- I1 - Pocket-1, Mayur Vihar Phase I, 2 - Hanuman Mandir Pocket-1, Mayur Vihar Phase I, 3 - DDA Store Pocket-1, Mayur Vihar Phase I1 - Pocket-1, Mayur Vihar Phase-I1 - Pocket-I, Mayur Vihar Phase-I1 - Pocket-I, Mayur Vihar Phase-I1 - DDA Flats Pocket-II, Mayur Vihar Phase-I, 2 - Shopping Centre DDA Flats Pocket-II, Mayur Vihar Phase-I1 - DDA Flats Pocket-II, Mayur Vihar Phase-I, 2 - K B Mandir, Pocket-II, Mayur Vihar Phase I, 3 - Shiv Durga Narsingh Mandir, Pocket-II, Mayur Vihar Phase I, 4 - Baba Balak Nath Mandir, Pocket-II, Mayur Vihar Phase I1 - DDA Flats Pocket-III, Mayur Vihar Phase-I, 2 - Uttara Guruvayurappan Temple Pocket-III, Mayur Vihar Phase I1 - DDA Flats Pocket-III, Mayur Vihar Phase-I, 2 - Bhagwat Dham Pocket-III, Mayur Vihar Phase-I1 - D D A Flats (Old) , Chilla Village, 2 - DDA Flats (New), Chilla Village1 - Saida Mohalla Near Sai Mandir, Chilla Village1 - Guhilla Mohalla, Chilla Village, 2 - Prajapati Mohalla, Chilla Village1 - Jatav Basti, Chilla Village, 2 - Jagat Colony, Chilla Village1 - Tanchuwa Mohalla, Chilla Village, 2 - Saida Mohalla Near Sai Mandir, Chilla Village1 - United India Appartment, Mayur Vihar Phase-I, 2 - Kirti Appartment, Mayur Vihar Phase-I, 3 - Rose Wood Apptt., Mayur Vihar Phase-I1 - Vardhman Apptt., Mayur Vihar Phase-I, 2 - Shekhar Apptt., Mayur Vihar Phase-I, 3 - Dronacharya Apptt., Mayur Vihar Phase-I1 - Medha Apptts., Mayur Vihar Phase-I, 2 - Ocs Apptts., Mayur Vihar Phase-I, 3 - Ashiana Apptts., Mayur Vihar Phase-I1 - East End Apartments, Mayur Vihar Phase-I Extension, 2 - Society Office, East End Appartments, Mayur Vihar Phase-I Extension1 - East End Appartments, Mayur Vihar Phase-I Extension
New Ashok Nagar1 - Block-A, New Ashok Nagar1 - Block-B, New Ashok Nagar1 - Block-C, New Ashok Nagar1 - Block-C1, New Ashok Nagar, 2 - Block C Extn., New Ashok Nagar1 - Block-Ed, New Ashok Nagar1 - Block C-II, New Ashok Nagar1 - Block-D, New Ashok Nagar1 - Block-E, New Ashok Nagar1 - Block-B1, New Ashok Nagar
Mayur Vihar Phase-I Extn.1 - Sadar Apptt., Mayur Vihar Phase-I, 2 - Upkar Apptt., Mayur Vihar Phase I, 3 - Punjabi Saudagar Society, Mayur Vihar Phase I, 4 - Vasant Apptt., Mayur Vihar Phase-I, 5 - RIVer View Apptts., Mayur Vihar Phase-I Extn.

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