2020 Delhi Legislative Assembly election

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2020 Delhi Legislative Assembly election

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All 70 seats in the Legislative Assembly of Delhi
36 seats needed for a majority
Turnout62.82% (Decrease 4.65%)
  Majority party Minority party
  CM Arvind Kejriwal Offical Portrait.jpg Manoj Tiwari at the launch of T P Aggarwal's trade magazine 'Blockbuster' 22.jpg
Leader Arvind Kejriwal Manoj Tiwari
Party AAP BJP
Leader's seat New Delhi Did not contest
Last election 67 3
Seats won 62 8
Seat change 5 Decrease 5 Increase
Popular vote 4,974,592 3,575,529
Percentage 53.57% 38.51%
Swing Decrease 0.73% Increase 6.21%

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Map of Delhi showing results of the 2020 Vidhan Sabha election
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Chief Minister before election

Arvind Kejriwal
AAP

Elected Chief Minister

Arvind Kejriwal
AAP

Legislative Assembly elections were held in Delhi on 8 February 2020 to elect 70 members of the Delhi Legislative Assembly. Voters turnout was recorded at 62.82%,[1] a decline of 4.65% from the previous assembly election in Delhi but 2.2% more than the 2019 Indian general election in Delhi.[2][3] The term of the assembly elected in 2015 expired on 22 February 2020.[4][5] The Aam Aadmi Party, led by Arvind Kejriwal won 62 seats to claim an absolute majority in the elections.

Background[edit]

The previous Assembly elections were held in February 2015. After the election, the Aam Aadmi Party formed the state government, with Arvind Kejriwal becoming Chief Minister.

Schedule[edit]

The election schedule was announced by the Election Commission of India on 6 January 2020 at 3:35 PM IST.[6]

Poll event Schedule
Notification date 14 January 2020
Last date for filing nomination 21 January 2020
Scrutiny of nomination 22 January 2020
Last date for withdrawal of nomination 24 January 2020
Date of Poll 8 February 2020
Date of counting of Votes 11 February 2020

Parties and Alliances[edit]

Alliance Parties Number of candidates running Chief Ministerial Candidate
None Aam Aadmi Party 70[7][8] Arvind Kejriwal
NDA[9] Bharatiya Janata Party 67
Janata Dal (United) 2
Lok Janshakti Party 1
UPA[10] Indian National Congress 66 (list)
Rashtriya Janata Dal 4
None Bahujan Samaj Party 70[11]
Others 388
Total 668[12]

Manifestos[edit]

Aam Aadmi Party[edit]

The Aam Aadmi Party released a 10-point guarantee card on 19 January 2020, promising:[13][14]

  1. 24 hours of uninterrupted electricity through underground cables and free (up to 200 units) for every household.
  2. 24 hours of uninterrupted water supply through pipes for every household and continuation of the ongoing scheme of up to 20,000 litres of free water.
  3. World class education facilities.
  4. Affordable, accessible, and advanced health facilities through Mohalla clinics and modern hospitals.
  5. Efficient public transportation system with more than 500  km of metro lines and 11,000 buses. Free bus travel for women and students.
  6. Reduction of pollution to one-third of the current levels, planting of 2 crore trees, and cleaning and rejuvenating of Yamuna.
  7. Making Delhi debris and garbage-free.
  8. Appointment of Mohalla marshals in addition to CCTV cameras, bus marshals, and street lights.
  9. Roads, clean water, sewage system Mohalla clinics for unauthorized colonies
  10. Government builds housing for slum dwellers.

AAP released its elaborate manifesto with 28 key points on 4 February 2020. It promised:[15][16][17][13]

  • Enactment of the Delhi Janlokpal Bill currently pending with the central government for the last four years.
  • Delhi Swaraj Bill for the formation of 2972 Mohalla sabhas for devolution of power with adequate funding.
  • Door Step Delivery of Ration
  • Teerth Yatra (pilgrimage) for 10 lakh senior citizens
  • Desh Bhakti Curriculum
  • Spoken English, soft skills improvement, and personality development training for youth
  • World's Largest Metro Network by extending Delhi metro network to 500  km and connecting new areas.
  • Yamuna Riverside development by improving the banks and promoting it as a tourist destination.
  • World Class Roads with improved beautiful and safe design.
  • Appointments of New Safai Karmacharis
  • Compensation of Rs 1 Crore to the family of the deceased if the Safai Karmachari died while working.
  • Free and fair business environment without official raids.
  • Taking legal and administrative steps for protection from sealing of shops and industries
  • Infrastructure development and up-gradation of markets and industrial area
  • Rationalisation of property rates with actual market price
  • Amnesty scheme to pardon pending cases on the old VAT regime.
  • Allow markets to remain open 24x7 to allow Delhi to become a clock-active city, boosting economy and tourism.
  • Enhance women's participation in the economy providing jobs to housewives.
  • Ensuring full ownership rights for the residents of the resettlement colonies
  • Regularisation and Registry of unauthorized colonies
  • Simplify criteria for getting the OBC certificate
  • Due recognition for Bhojpuri by working with the central government in getting it included in the eighth schedule of the constitution
  • Justice for victims of 1984 Anti-Sikh riots by ensuring that the findings of the SIT are acted upon.
  • Regularisation of contract employees
  • Pro-farmer land reforms by reducing the restrictions on the rights to use the land by farmers.
  • Continued compensation of 50,000 (US$630) per hectare to the farmers suffering crop loss
  • Legal protections for street vendors by issuing a certificate of vending and reducing harassment of vendors by the police and municipality.
  • Full statehood for Delhi to improve law and order and administrative efficiency.

Bharatiya Janata Party[edit]

The Bharatiya Janata Party released its manifesto on 31 January 2020 where it promised to provide[18][19][20]

  • A corruption free government
  • Creation of a development board for the newly authorized colonies
  • Clean water in taps and zero dependence on water tankers for water supply by 2024
  • Tackle air and water pollution
  • Implementation of schemes of the Central government such as Ayushman Bharat Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, Kisan Samman Yojna
  • A proposed funding of 10,000 crore (US$1.3 billion) for infrastructure projects
  • 10 lakh jobs to the unemployed in next 5 years
  • Promote the usage of electric vehicles (EVs) to reduce pollution
  • Wheat flour (Atta) at ₹ 2/kg to poor families from the Public distribution system.[21]
  • 351 Delhi roads that come under mixed land use will be notified and developed
  • Highway project that enables traveling from Delhi to Mumbai in 12 hours
  • Opening a fixed deposit in the name of first two female children at the time of their birth in a poor family that will mature to become 2 lakh (US$2,500) at the age of 21 years, electric scooter for poor girls attending college, free bicycles for poor girls of Class 9 and 51,000 (US$640) to poor widows for the marriage of their daughters.
  • crediting 6,000 (US$75) to the bank account of farmers every year.
  • Opening 10 new colleges and 200 new schools
  • Removal of garbage heaps from Delhi
  • Start an annual "Yamuna Mahotsav" for the celebration of the river

Indian National Congress[edit]

The Indian National Congress released its manifesto on 2 February 2020.[22] with 9 key points:[23]

  • Strong Lokpal
  • Bhagidari
  • Yuva Swabhiman Yojna – Unemployment Allowances
  • Yaari Startup Incubation Funds
  • Homi Bhabha Research Fund
  • 25% of budget spent on fighting pollution and improving transport
  • Environment Ambassadors
  • Jal Sanrakshan Board
  • Rice Stubble to Energy Funds
  • Bringing non-polluting industries back to Delhi

Surveys and Polls[edit]

Opinion Polls[edit]

Publishing Date Polling Agency Lead
AAP BJP INC Others
2 February 2020 Patriotic Voter [24] 58 11 1 0 47
(10.6%)
5 January 2020 News 24[25] 48–53 15–20 0–2 0 28–38
TV9 Bharatvarsh[26] 48–60 10–20 0–2 0 28–50
6 January 2020 ABP NewsCVoter[27] 59
(53%)
8
(26%)
3
(4.6%)
0
(16%)
51
(27%)
IANSCVoter[28] 53–64 03-13 0–6 0-0 41–61
25 January 2020 Newsx-Polstrat[29] 53–56 12–15 2–4 0-0 38–44
3 February 2020 Times Now – IPSOS[30] 54–60
(52%)
10–14
(34%)
0–2
(4%)
0
(10%)
40–50
(18%)
4 February 2020 Graphnile[31] 56 12 0–2 0 44
5 February 2020 ABP NewsCVoter[32] 42–56
(45.6%)
10–24
(37.1%)
0–2
(4.4%)
0
(12.9%)
18–46
(8.6%)

Exit Polls[edit]

The exit polls were announced by agencies after the poll ends on 8 February 2020.[33] The exit polls were conducted on all 70 seats of Delhi Legislative Assembly and data was collected up to 4:00 PM. The voting ended at 6:00 PM officially.

Publishing Date Polling Agency Lead
AAP BJP+ INC+ Others
8 February 2020 Jan Ki Baat 55 15 0 0 40
India Today-Axis My India 59–68 2–11 0 0 48–66
Patriotic Voter 59 10 1 0 48
Times Now 47 23 0 0 24
News X-Neta 55 14 1 0 41
India News Nation 55 14 1 0 41
Spick Media[34] 43–55 12 – 21 00–03 0 31–34
ABP NewsCVoter 51–65 3–17 0–2 0 30–58
Hamari Yojana[35] 55–60 10 – 15 00 00 40–50

Results[edit]

62 8
AAP BJP

Vote Share of different parties in the election.

  AAP (53.57%)
  BJP (38.51%)
  INC (4.26%)
  JD(U) (0.91%)
  BSP (0.71%)
  LJP (0.35%)
  RJD (0.04%)
  NOTA (0.46%)
  Other (1.19%)

Results by Party[edit]

Parties and coalition Popular vote Seats (36 needed for majority)
Votes % ± % Contested Won +/- %
Aam Aadmi Party 4,974,592 53.57 Decrease 0.73 70 62 Decrease 5 88.57
Bharatiya Janata Party (NDA) 3,575,529 38.51 Increase 6.21 67 8 Increase 5 11.43
Indian National Congress (UPA) 395,958 4.26 Decrease 5.44 66 0 Steady 0
Janata Dal (United) (NDA) 84,263 0.91 Increase 0.91 2 0 0 0
Bahujan Samaj Party 66,141 0.71 Decrease 0.59 70 0 Steady 0
Lok Janshakti Party (NDA) 32,760 0.35 Increase 0.35 1 0 0 0
Rashtriya Janata Dal (UPA) 3,463 0.04 Increase 0.04 4 0 0 0
Others 109,552 1.19 Increase0.19 388 0 0 0
NOTA 43,109 0.46 Increase0.06
Total 9,285,798 100.00 668 70 - ±0
Valid votes 9,285,798 99.89
Invalid votes 9,995 0.11
Votes cast / turnout 9,295,793 62.82
Abstentions 5,502,197 37.18
Registered voters 14,797,990

Results by districts[edit]

District Seats AAP BJP INC Others
North Delhi 8 7 1 0 0
Central Delhi 7 7 0 0 0
North West Delhi 7 7 0 0 0
West Delhi 7 7 0 0 0
New Delhi 6 6 0 0 0
South West Delhi 7 7 0 0 0
South East Delhi 7 6 1 0 0
South Delhi 5 5 0 0 0
East Delhi 6 4 2 0 0
Shahdara 5 3 2 0 0
North East Delhi 5 3 2 0 0
Total 70 62 8 0 0

Results by constituency[edit]

Assembly Constituency Turnout
(%)
Winner Runner Up Margin
# Name Candidate Party Votes % Candidate Party Votes %
North Delhi District
1 Narela 65.34 Sharad Chauhan AAP 86262 52.06 Neel Daman Khatri BJP 68833 41.54 17429
Central Delhi District
2 Burari 61.48 Sanjeev Jha AAP 139598 62.81 Shailendra Kumar JD(U) 51440 23.14 88158
3 Timarpur 60.93 Dilip Pandey AAP 71432 57.6 Surinder Pal Singh BJP 47288 38.13 24144
North Delhi District
4 Adarsh Nagar 59.86 Pawan Kumar Sharma AAP 46892 45.2 Raj Kumar Bhatia BJP 45303 43.66 1589
5 Badli 63.61 Ajesh Yadav AAP 69357 49.67 Vijay Kumar Bhagat BJP 40234 28.81 29123
North West Delhi District
6 Rithala 59.80 Mohinder Goyal AAP 87940 52.63 Manish Chaudhary BJP 74067 44.33 13873
North Delhi District
7 Bawana(SC) 61.97 Jai Bhagwan AAP 95715 48.38 Ravinder Kumar BJP 84189 42.55 11526
North West Delhi District
8 Mundka 59.44 Dharampal Lakra AAP 90293 53.78 Azad Singh BJP 71135 42.37 19158
9 Kirari 63.36 Rituraj Govind AAP 86312 49.77 Anil Jha Vats BJP 80551 46.51 5654
10 Sultanpur Majra(SC) 63.88 Mukesh Kumar Ahlawat AAP 74573 66.51 Ram Chander Chawriya BJP 26521 23.65 48052
West Delhi District
11 Nangloi Jat 56.80 Raghuvinder Shokeen AAP 74444 49.21 Suman Lata BJP 62820 41.53 11624
North West Delhi District
12 Mangol Puri(SC) 66.48 Rakhi Birla AAP 74154 58.53 Karam Singh Karma BJP 44038 34.76 30116
North Delhi District
13 Rohini 63.31 Vijender Gupta BJP 62174 53.67 Rajesh Nama 'Bansiwala' AAP 49526 42.75 12648
North West Delhi District
14 Shalimar Bagh 61.80 Bandana Kumari AAP 57707 49.41 Rekha Gupta BJP 54267 46.46 3440
North Delhi District
15 Shakur Basti 67.87 Satyendra Kumar Jain AAP 51165 51.6 Dr. S. C. Vats BJP 43573 43.94 7592
North West Delhi District
16 Tri Nagar 66.55 Preeti Tomar AAP 58504 52.38 Tilak Ram Gupta BJP 47794 42.79 10710
North Delhi District
17 Wazirpur 60.50 Rajesh Gupta AAP 57331 52.64 Dr. Mahender Nagpal BJP 45641 41.91 11690
18 Model Town 59.54 Akhilesh Pati Tripathi AAP 52665 52.58 Kapil Mishra BJP 41532 41.46 11133
Central Delhi District
19 Sadar Bazar 66.80 Som Dutt AAP 68790 55.71 Jai Parkash BJP 43146 34.94 25644
20 Chandni Chowk 61.43 Parlad Singh Sawhney AAP 50891 65.92 Suman Kumar Gupta BJP 21307 27.6 29584
21 Matia Mahal 70.43 Shoaib Iqbal AAP 67282 75.96 Ravinder Gupta BJP 17041 19.24 50241
22 Ballimaran 71.64 Imran Hussain AAP 65644 64.65 Lata BJP 29472 29.03 36172
23 Karol Bagh(SC) 61.16 Vishesh Ravi AAP 67494 62.23 Yogender Chandoliya BJP 35734 32.95 31760
New Delhi District
24 Patel Nagar(SC) 61.00 Raaj Kumar Anand AAP 73463 60.81 Pravesh Ratn BJP 42528 35.2 30935
West Delhi District
25 Moti Nagar 61.94 Shiv Charan Goel AAP 60622 53.83 Subhash Sachdeva BJP 46550 41.34 14072
26 Madipur(SC) 65.79 Girish Soni AAP 64440 56 Kailash Sankla BJP 41721 36.26 22719
27 Rajouri Garden 62.01 Dhanwati Chandela AAP 62212 55.7 Ramesh Khanna BJP 39420 35.13 22972
28 Hari Nagar 61.86 Raj Kumari Dhillon AAP 58087 53.67 Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga BJP 37956 35.07 20131
29 Tilak Nagar 63.96 Jarnail Singh AAP 62436 62.2 Rajiv Babbar BJP 34407 34.28 28029
30 Janakpuri 65.85 Rajesh Rishi AAP 67968 54.43 Ashish Sood BJP 53051 42.48 14917
South West Delhi District
31 Vikaspuri 59.49 Mahinder Yadav AAP 133898 55.95 Sanjay Singh BJP 91840 38.38 42058
32 Uttam Nagar 64.12 Naresh Balyan AAP 99622 54.57 Krishan Gahlot BJP 79863 43.75 19759
33 Dwarka 62.21 Vinay Mishra AAP 71003 52.08 Parduymn Rajput BJP 56616 41.53 14387
34 Matiala 61.56 Gulab Singh AAP 139010 53.2 Rajesh Gahlot BJP 110935 42.45 28075
35 Najafgarh 64.93 Kailash Gahlot AAP 81507 49.86 Ajeet Singh Kharkhari BJP 75276 46.05 6231
36 Bijwasan 62.04 Bhupinder Singh Joon AAP 57271 45.83 Sat Prakash Rana BJP 56203 45.22 753
37 Palam 63.37 Bhavna Gaur AAP 92775 59.15 Vijay Pandit BJP 60010 38.26 32765
New Delhi District
38 Delhi Cantonment 45.48 Virender Singh Kadian AAP 28971 49.17 Manish Singh BJP 18381 31.19 10590
39 Rajinder Nagar 58.50 Raghav Chadha AAP 59135 57.06 Sardar R. P. Singh BJP 39077 37.7 20058
40 New Delhi 52.45 Arvind Kejriwal AAP 46578 61.1 Sunil Kumar Yadav BJP 25061 32.75 21697
South East Delhi District
41 Jangpura 60.66 Praveen Kumar AAP 45133 50.88 Impreet Singh Bakshi BJP 29070 32.77 16063
42 Kasturba Nagar 59.87 Madan Lal AAP 37100 40.45 Ravinder Choudhry BJP 33935 37 3165
South Delhi District
43 Malviya Nagar 58.92 Somnath Bharti AAP 52043 57.97 Shailender Singh BJP 33899 37.76 18144
New Delhi District
44 R K Puram 57.02 Pramila Tokas AAP 47208 52.45 Anil Kumar Sharma BJP 36839 40.93 10369
South Delhi District
45 Mehrauli 56.68 Naresh Yadav AAP 62417 54.27 Kusum Khatri BJP 44256 38.48 18161
46 Chhatarpur 64.59 Kartar Singh Tanwar AAP 69411 49.13 Brahm Singh Tanwar BJP 65691 46.5 3720
47 Deoli(SC) 63.53 Prakash Jarwal AAP 92575 61.59 Arvind Kumar BJP 52402 34.86 40173
48 Ambedkar Nagar(SC) 64.29 Ajay Dutt AAP 62871 62.25 Khushiram Chunar BJP 34544 34.2 28327
South East Delhi District
49 Sangam Vihar 62.20 Dinesh Mohaniya AAP 75345 64.58 Shiv Charan Lal Gupta JD(U) 32823 28.13 42522
New Delhi District
50 Greater Kailash 60.12 Saurabh Bhardwaj AAP 60372 55.62 Shikha Roy BJP 43563 40.13 16809
South East Delhi District
51 Kalkaji 57.51 Atishi Marlena AAP 55897 52.28 Dharambir Singh BJP 44504 41.63 11393
52 Tughlakabad 60.84 Sahiram AAP 58905 54.51 Vikram Bidhuri BJP 45147 41.77 13758
53 Badarpur 59.57 Ramvir Singh Bidhuri BJP 90082 47.05 Ram Singh Netaji AAP 86363 45.11 3719
54 Okhla 58.97 Amanatullah Khan AAP 130367 66.03 Braham Singh BJP 58540 29.65 71827
East Delhi District
55 Trilokpuri(SC) 66.67 Rohit Kumar Mehraulia AAP 69947 52.36 Kiran BJP 57461 43.01 12486
56 Kondli(SC) 67.30 Kuldeep Kumar AAP 68348 53.11 Raj Kumar BJP 50441 39.2 17907
57 Patparganj 61.52 Manish Sisodia AAP 70163 49.33 Ravinder Singh Negi BJP 66956 47.07 3207
58 Laxmi Nagar 61.74 Abhay Verma BJP 65735 48.04 Nitin Tyagi AAP 64855 47.4 880
Shahdara District
59 Vishwas Nagar 62.65 Om Prakash Sharma BJP 65830 52.57 Deepak Singla AAP 49373 39.42 16457
East Delhi District
60 Krishna Nagar 67.60 S.K. Bagga AAP 72111 49.1 Dr. Anil Goyal BJP 68116 46.38 3995
61 Gandhi Nagar 62.69 Anil Kumar Bajpai BJP 48824 42.64 Naveen Chaudhary AAP 42745 37.33 6079
Shahdara District
62 Shahdara 66.22 Ram Niwas Goel AAP 62103 49.53 Sanjay Goyal BJP 56809 45.31 5294
63 Seemapuri(SC) 68.48 Rajendra Pal Gautam AAP 88392 65.82 Sant Lal LJP 32284 24.04 56108
64 Rohtas Nagar 67.83 Jitender Mahajan BJP 73873 51.94 Sarita Singh AAP 60632 42.63 13241
North East Delhi District
65 Seelampur 71.42 Abdul Rehman AAP 72694 56.05 Kaushal Kumar Mishra BJP 35774 27.58 36920
66 Ghonda 63.94 Ajay Mahawar BJP 81797 57.55 Shri Dutt Sharma AAP 53427 37.59 28370
Shahdara District
67 Babarpur 65.77 Gopal Rai AAP 84776 59.39 Naresh Gaur BJP 51714 36.23 33062
North East Delhi District
68 Gokalpur(SC) 70.92 Surendra Kumar AAP 88452 53.22 Ranjeet Singh BJP 68964 41.5 19488
69 Mustafabad 70.75 Haji Yunus AAP 98850 53.2 Jagdish Pradhan BJP 78146 42.06 20704
70 Karawal Nagar 67.55 Mohan Singh Bisht BJP 96721 50.59 Durgesh Pathak AAP 88498 46.29 8223

Aftermath[edit]

Third Kejriwal ministry of the Delhi government was formed on 16 February 2020, led by Kejriwal as Delhi's chief minister for a third time at Ramlila Maidan.[36]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

  • Aam Aadmi Party Delhi assembly election 2020 MANIFESTO

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