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MCD Election Results 2017

MCD Election Results – Party Wise

Party NameLeading/Won
(2017)
2012 Results
AAP 47AAP did not contest in 2012.
BJP 184138
Congress 3077
Others 1057

Ward Wise MCD Election 2017 Results


Ward NameLeading/Winning CandidatesParty
North Delhi Results
Adarsh NagarGarima GuptaBJP
Ajmeri GateAbhay Singh YadavCongress
AlipurNisha MannBJP
Aman ViharRavinder BhardwajAAP
Anand ParbatPrerna SinghCONGRESS
Ashok ViharYogesh Kumar VermaBJP
BakhtawarpurSuneet ChauhanBJP
Baljit NagarSunita GaubaBJP
BallimaranMohd SadiqAAP
BanknerRam NarainAAP
BawanaBraham ParkashBJP
Bazar Sita RamSeema TahiraCONGRESS
BegumpurReena DeviAAP
BhalswaSurender Singh KhrubBJP
Budh ViharGayatri GargBJP
BurariAnil Kumar TyagiBJP
Chandni ChowkRavinder KumarBJP
Civil LinesAvtar SinghBJP
Delhi GateAaley Mohammaed IqbalCONGRESS
Dev NagarSushila KhorwalCONGRESS
DhirpurNaveen Kumar TyagiBJP
East Patel NagarRamesh KumarBJP
G.T.B. NagarRaja Iqbal SinghBJP
HaiderpurSujeet ThakurBJP
Holambi KhurdArchanaIndependent
Inder PuriSunita KaushikBJP
Jahangir PuriPoonamCongress
Jama MasjidSultana AbadCONGRESS
JharodaRekha SinhaBJP
KadipurUrmila RanaBJP
KamalpurKaustuba Nand BalodiBJP
Kamla NagarJogi Ram JainBJP
KanjhawalaPoonam DabasBJP
KarampuraSunitaBJP
Karol BaghRajesh KumarBJP
Kirari Suleman NagarUrmila ChoudharyBJP
Kishan GanjUsha SharmaCONGRESS
Kohat EnclaveMeenakshiBJP
Lakshmi ParkMandeep ShokeenCONGRESS
Malka GanjGuddi DeviCONGRESS
Mangolpuri-AKrishnaAAP
Mangolpuri-BRajendarCongress
Mangolpuri-CSmt. RajCongress
Mangolpuri-DRadha DeviAAP
Model TownSeema GuptaBJP
Moti NagarVipin MalhotraBJP
Mubarak Pur DabasPoonam Parashar JhaBJP
Mukherjee NagarPooja MadanBJP
MukundpurAjay KumarAAP
MundkaAnilAAP
Nangal ThakranJaikulIND
NangloiJyotiBJP
Nangloi JatMohit KumarBJP
NarainaChhail Bihari GoswamiBJP
NarelaSavitaBJP
Nihal ViharNirmalaAAP
NilothiBabina ShokeenAAP
Nimri ColonyNeetuAAP
NithariSona ChaudhryBJP
Pahar GanjBabita BharijaBJP
Paschim ViharVineet VohraBJP
Peera GarhiVinay RawatBJP
PitampuraAnju JainBJP
Pooth KhurdAnju DeviBJP
Prem NagarSurjeet SinghAAP
Quraish NagarShaheenAAP
Rajinder NagarParamjeet Singh RanaBJP
Ram NagarSulakshnaCongress
Ram PuraRajeevAAP
Ramesh NagarVeena VirmaniBJP
Rani BaghVandna JaitlyBJP
Rani KheraJayender Kumar DabasBJP
Ranjit NagarTej Ram PhoreBJP
RithalaAjit Kumar JhaAAP
Rohini-AVinod MahendruBJP
Rohini-BKanika JainBJP
Rohini-CJai BhagwanBSP
Rohini-DAnand SinghBJP
Rohini-ESaroj Bala JainBJP
Rohini-FPreety AggarwalBJP
Rohini-GChitra AggarwalBJP
Rohini-HAlok SharmaBJP
Rohini-IRitu GoelBJP
Sadar BazarJai ParkashBJP
Samaypur BadliNeesha YadavCONGRESS
Sangam ParkRinkuAAP
Sant NagarKalpana JhaBJP
Sarai Pipal Thala--
Saraswati ViharNeeraj KumarBJP
Sarup NagarSudeshCONGRESS
Sawan ParkManju KhandelwalBJP
Shakur PurAshok KumarAAP
Shalimar Bagh -NorthRenu JajuBJP
Shalimar Bagh -SouthTilak Raj KatariaBJP
Shastri NagarBabitaAAP
Sultanpuri-ASanjeev KumarAAP
Sultanpuri-BSohan PalBJP
Sultanpuri-CBabyAAP
Swami Sharda Nand ColonyVijay Kumar BhagatBJP
TimarpurAmar Lata SangwanCONGRESS
Tri NagarManju Sanjay SharmaBJP
Vijay ViharManish ChaudharyBJP
Wazir PurVikas GoelAAP
West Patel NagarAdesh Kumar GuptaBJP
Ward NameLeading/Winning CandidatesParty
East Delhi Results
Anand ViharGunjan GuptaBJP
AnarkaliRekhaBJP
Ashok NagarReena MaheshwariBJP
BabarpurKusum TomarBJP
Bhajan PuraRekha RaniCONGRESS
Braham PuriRaj Kumar BallanBJP
Chauhan BangerAbdul RehmanAAP
DallupuraRajeev KumarBJP
Dilshad ColonyIndira JhaBJP
Dilshad GardenAjit SinghCONGRESS
Gautam PuriKrishan Kumar AggarwalBJP
Geeta ColonyNeema BhagatBJP
GharoliJugnuBSP
GhondaDurgesh TiwariBJP
GhondliShahnawazAAP
Gokal PuriNirmla KumariBJP
Harsh ViharSudeshCONGRESS
I.P. ExtensionDharamveer SinghIND
Janta ColonyPrem Babu SaxenaAAP
JhilmilGeetika Pankaj LuthraCONGRESS
JoharipurKanhaiya LalBJP
Kalyan PuriKuldeep KumarAAP
Kanti NagarKanchan MaheshwariBJP
Karawal Nagar-EastPuneet SharmaBJP
Karawal Nagar-WestSatya Pal SinghBJP
Kardam PuriSazidAAP
Khajoori KhasManoj Kumar TyagiAAP
Kishan KunjHimanshi PandeyBJP
KondliAjay Kumar VermaCONGRESS
Krishna NagarSandeep KapoorBJP
Lakshmi NagarSantoshBJP
MandawaliShashi ChandnaBJP
Maujpur--
Mayur Vihar Phase-IAnitaAAP
Mayur Vihar Phase-IIBhavna MalikBJP
MustafabadShakila BegumAAP
Nand NagriLallan PrasadBSP
Nehru ViharArun Singh BhatiBJP
New Ashok NagarRajni PandeyBJP
New SeemapuriKrishna MishraBJP
Pandav NagarGovind AggarwalBJP
Patpar GanjBipin Bihari SinghBJP
Preet ViharBabita KhannaBJP
RaghubarpuraShyam Sunder AggarwalBJP
Ram NagarAshok SharmaAAP
Rohtash NagarSuman LataBJP
SaboliHari Prakash BahadurBJP
SadatpurNeeta BishtBJP
SeelampurShakila BegumBSP
ShahdaraNirmal JainBJP
ShakarpurNeetu TripathiBJP
Shastri ParkSurender Prakash SharmaCONGRESS
Shiv ViharReena DeviBJP
Sonia ViharSushma MishraBJP
Sri Ram ColonyKusum TiwariBJP
Subhash MohallaSavita SharmaCONGRESS
Sunder NagriVimleshAAP
Trilokpuri-EastRohit KumarAAP
Trilokpuri-WestSarojBJP
Vinod NagarRahul SinghNCPBJP
Vishwas NagarAnjuBJP
Vivek ViharSanjay GoyalBJP
Welcome ColonyAjay SharmaBJP
Yamuna ViharPramod GuptaBJP
Ward NameLeading/Winning CandidatesParty
South Delhi Results
Abul Fazal EnclaveAbdul Wajid KhanAAP
Andrews GanjAbishek DuttCONGRESS
Aya NagarVed PalCONGRESS
BadarpurTarvan KumarCONGRESS
BapraulaPoonam SolankiAAP
BhatiMaheshBJP
BijwasanNarender RanaAAP
BindapurRajiv KumarBJP
ChhatarpurAnita TanwarBJP
ChhawlaPawan SharmaBJP
Chirag DelhiPoojaAAP
Chitaranjan ParkSubhash BhadanaBJP
DabriRekha ChauhanBJP
Dakshin PuriPremAAP
DaryaganjYasmin KidwaiCONGRESS
DeoliAnitaBJP
Dichaon KalanNeelamINLD
Dwarka - ANitikaBJP
Dwarka-BKamaljeet SehrawatBJP
Dwarka-CSushmaBJP
Ghuman HeraDeepak MehraSP
Gopal NagarAntim GahlotBJP
Govind PuriChander PrakashCONGRESS
Greater KailashShikha RoyBJP
Hari Nagar-AKiran ChopraBJP
Hari Nagar-BAnamikaBJP
Harkesh NagarVinod KumarBJP
HastsalAshok KumarAAP
Hauz KhasAnil KumarBJP
IsapurSuman DagarBJP
JaitpurKamlesh Kumar ShuklaBJP
Janakpuri SouthVeena SharmaBJP
Janakpuri WestNarender ChawlaBJP
KakraulaRajduttBJP
KalkajiManpreet Kaur KalraBJP
KapasheraAarti YadavIND
Kasturba NagarSeema MalikBJP
KeshopurShveta SainiBJP
KhanpurSuresh Kumar GuptaBJP
KhyalaA Priya ChandelaCONGRESS
Kotla MubarakpurVinod KumarBJP
Lado SaraiKishanwantiAAP
Lajpat NagarSunil SahdevBJP
MadangirDinesh KumarAAP
Madanpur Khadar EastSantosh DeviBJP
Madanpur Khadar WestKamleshBJP
Madhu ViharMamta DhamaBJP
MadipurSunitaBJP
Mahavir EnclaveRaj KumarBJP
Mahavir NagarRita OberoiBJP
MahipalpurInderjeet SehrawatBJP
Malviya NagarNandani SharmaBJP
ManglapuriKrishan Kumar GodaraBJP
MatialaRameshAAP
MehrauliAarti SinghBJP
Milap NagarVeena SabarwalBJP
Mohan Garden-NorthBabitaBJP
Mohan Garden-SouthShyam Kumar MishraBJP
MolarbandMaheshBJP
MunirkaBhagat Singh TokasBJP
NajafgarhMeena DeviIND
Nangli SakrawatiSantoshCongress
NawadaKrishan GahlotIND
Om ViharBirendri AwanaBJP
PalamAman KumarBJP
Pratap NagarAmarjit SinghBJP
Pul PehladpurSanju RaniBJP
Punjabi BaghKailash SanklaBJP
Pushp ViharRekhaBJP
R.K. PuramTulsi JoshiBJP
Raghubir NagarPoorvaBJP
Raj NagarBhupendra GuptaBJP
Raja GardenSushmaBJP
Rajouri GardenBalram Kumar OberoiBJP
RanholaSuresh KumarCONGRESS
RoshanpuraSatya Pal MalikBJP
Sadh NagarInder KaurBJP
Safdarjung EnclaveRadhika AbrolBJP
Sagarpur-EastPoonam JindalBJP
Sagarpur-WestMukesh SuryanBJP
Said-Ul-AjaibSanjay ThakurBJP
Sainik EnclaveReetaBJP
Sangam Vihar-ASuresh ChoudharyIND
Sangam Vihar-BMaya SinghBJP
Sangam Vihar-CJitendra KumarAAP
Sangam Vihar-DUrmila YadavAAP
Sangam Vihar-EDeepak JainBJP
Sarita ViharNeetuCONGRESS
Sidharth NagarDarshanaCONGRESS
SitapuriParveen KumarAAP
Sri Niwas PuriRajpal SinghBJP
Subhash NagarSurinder Kukmar SetiaCONGRESS
Tagore GardenKiran ChaddhaAAP
TigriJyoti KohliAAP
Tilak NagarGurmukh SinghAAP
TughlakabadSumanBJP
Tughlakabad ExtensionPoonam BhatiBJP
Uttam NagarAbha ChauhanBJP
Vasant KunjManoj KumarBJP
Vasant ViharManish AggarwalBJP
Vikas NagarRandhir KumarBJP
VikaspuriMadhu ShokeenCONGRESS
Vishnu GardenSatpal KharwalBJP
Zakir NagarShoab Danish.CONGRESS

Delhi MCD Elections 2017

Delhi is eagerly awaiting the MCD election results that would be announced tomorrow. The exit polls have already predicted that the BJP is going to sweep the elections. The counting of votes for 270 wards will start at 8 AM tomorrow. Elections in two wards have been postponed due to the death of the candidate.

The early trends are likely to be available by 11 AM though the final result would only be announced after 5 PM. The votes would be counted at 35 centers across city. Over ninety thousand security personnel will be deployed at various counting centers.

The voting for the MCD elections in the capital was concluded peacefully on Sunday. The results for the three wings of the MCD would be declared on April 26, 2017. More than 54% voters exercised their franchise despite heat wave in the capital. For the last ten years these municipalities have been ruled by the BJP.

This time Aam Aadmi Party was a new entrant in the fray and was upbeat after its landslide victory in the Delhi Assembly. The BJP, on the other hand, is riding on the popularity of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and its recent win in UP elections. Though the elections are local but they have generated countrywide interest and many people see it as a referendum on the work of Arvind Kejriwal. AAP went to polls exposing the corruption in the MCD and promising freebies while the approach of the congress party was rather laid back in the elections.

MCD’s three corporations are ruled by the BJP. In the present MCD, BJP has 153 councilors in the three corporations - North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC), South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) and East Delhi Municipal Corporation (EDMC).

In the election there would be 272 seats at stake with NDMC and SDMC together accounting for 104 seats each. 64 seats are in under EDMC. Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari has made it clear that he was in favor of new faces in MCD. It is indeed going to be an interesting election in Delhi once again.

MCD Exit Poll 2017 Results
MCD Election 2012 Results

Thirty percent of MCD candidates are crorepatis

Just before the MCD elections, the National Election Watch and Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) have released a report giving the financial status and criminal records of the candidates fighting the MCD election 2017.

The report says that of all the candidates in the fray, thirty percent are crorepatis while seven percent of the total candidates have criminal cases pending against them. According to the report there are 2315 candidates in the fray of them 697 are crorepatis while 163 have criminal cases pending against them.

Most crorepatis fighting the MCD elections are from the Congress party, followed by the BJP and Aam Aadmi Party.

MCD Election Voter Turnout Over the Years

YearsVoter Turnout %
2017*54
201253
200742.78
200251
199741
*PTI estimated

Delhi MCD Election 2017 Date

The election commission has announced that the Delhi MCD elections would be held on April 23rd and the results would be out on April 26. The Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD), the largest civic body of Delhi is going for elections in April. The Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) takes care of eight districts of Delhi. MCD is an autonomous body which elects its councilor in elections that are held every five years. It serves around 11 million people in the capital.

Poll EventsSchedule
Issue of notification of election27.03.2017 MON)
Last date of filing nominations03.04.2017 (MON)
Scrutiny of Nominations05.04.2017 (WED)
Withdrawal of Candidature08.04.2017 (SAT)
Date of Poll23.04.2017 (SUN)
Date of Counting26.04.2017 (WED)
Date of Completion05.05.2017 (FRI)

Political Party Agenda to woo Voters in MCD Election 2017

All the political parties in the fray in the MCD elections are out to convince the voters that they can provide the best civic services and administration to Delhi. Only three weeks are left when the three MCDs of Delhi would go to elections. The MCD was trifurcated in 2012 - North, South and East Delhi Municipal Corporations. While NDMC and SDMC have 104 councilors each, EDMC has 64 councilors.

Since the MCD at present is dominated by the BJP, it is fighting anti-incumbency and corruption charges against it while the Aam Aadmi Party, AAP has success of the assembly elections behind it and wants to control MCD so that it would have complete control of Delhi. The Congress is also eager to get a foothold in Delhi so that it can revive its past glory.

At the moment the Delhites are being bombarded with one offer after another, freebies, concessions and so on. Arvind Kejriwal has announced that if AAP is voted to power it would do away with the residential property tax and waive arrears as well. On the same lines congress has promised to do away with the commercial tax. Swaraj India, led by Yogender Yadav has promised a pollution and garbage free Delhi.

All the parties are promising to do away with the corruption and give Delhi an efficient administration which would respond to the grievances of the people. In all likelihood MCD Elections to the 272 wards in three municipal corporations will be interesting to watch. The voting would take place on April 23, 2017 and the results will be announced on April 26, 2017.

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Delhi MCD Election Issues

The elections of Municipal Corporation of Delhi are round the corner and the capital is already experiencing the flurry of political activity. The MCD was trifurcated in 2012 - North, South and East Delhi Municipal Corporations. While NDMC and SDMC have 104 seats each, EDMC has 64 councilors. The pretext for the trifurcation was that it would simplify the administration and provide better civic services to the Delhites. Unfortunately not much happened.

The city is in a mess. The civic services are not matching up with the rising challenges - heaps of garbage and overflowing drainages can be seen almost everywhere in the city. The chikungunya and dengue have become a routine affair as hundreds of lives are lost every summer thanks to the breeding of mosquitoes in the filth and unhygienic conditions. Unavailability of drinking water is yet another issue which is doing the rounds in this election, many colonies, especially in the East Delhi, go without water for days and even the water they get is not drinkable.

The MCD has been controlled by the BJP but it has failed to provide satisfactory civic services to the city. Even BJP high command also acknowledges the rampant corruption and lack of action amongst its councilors and has decided to not to give the tickets to the sitting councilors. The corruption is the main issue in this election and so is the civic service. After all, what the people want from the MCD? Indeed better upkeep of the city and a corruption free administration that is sympathetic to the needs of people and responds to their complaints. Is that too much to ask?

About Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD)

The capital city of Delhi is maintained and looked after by its civic agencies. The Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) takes care of eight districts of Delhi. Delhi in all has 11 districts the rest are looked after by New Delhi Municipal Council and the Delhi Cantonment Board.

MCD is an autonomous body which has an area of 1,397 square kilometers in its jurisdiction. The MCD serves around 11 million people in the capital.

The task of MCD is a daunting one as it provides services to one of the most densely populated areas in the world. It provides civic services to rural and urban villages, regularized aunthorized colones, slums and many villages falling in both urban and rural areas.

MCD was formed on 7th of April, 1958 under and Act of Parliament. Freedom Fighter Guru Radha Kishan represented MCD ( initially Delhi Municipal Committee ) for most consecutive years as a Councilor. Pt. Trilok Chand Sharma was the first elected Mayor of Delhi. The MCD has been serving the people of Delhi relentlessly and is upgrading itself to the changing times and growing population. In 1993 an amendment of the Act introduced some basic changes in the composition and functions of MCD. It’s administration and governance has changed considerably after the amendment.


Delhi Municipal Corporation Wards and Seats Reservation

Municipal Corporation NameTotal WardsSeats for General CandidatesSeats reserved for Woman (SC)Seats reserved for SCsSeats reserved for Woman
North10442101042
South104448745
East64266527
*Source: delhi.gov.in

Delhi Municipal Corporation Population (Census 2011)

Name of M.C.PopulationS.C. PopulationPercentageNo. of seats in a Corpn. No. of Seats reserved for SCs
North Delhi 6254758121217219.38%10420
South Delhi621405987905314.15%10415
East Delhi 394984665499816.58%6411
*Source: delhi.gov.in

MCD Election 2012 Result

North Delhi Municipal Corporation Election 2012 Result

PartySeats won
Bharatiya Janata Party59
Indian National Congress29
Bahujan Samaj Party7
Others9
Total104

South Delhi Municipal Corporation Election 2012 Result

PartySeats won
Bharatiya Janata Party44
Indian National Congress29
Bahujan Samaj Party5
Others26
Total104

East Delhi Municipal Corporation Election 2012 Result

PartySeats won
Bharatiya Janata Party35
Indian National Congress19
Bahujan Samaj Party3
Others10
Total64

Click to know ward-wise MCD Polls 2012 Result
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Last Updated on April 26, 2017


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