Sangam Vihar (Delhi Assembly constituency)

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Sangam Vihar
for the Vidhan Sabha
DistrictSouth Delhi
Current constituency
MLADinesh Mohaniya

Sangam Vihar Vidhan Sabha constituency is one of the 70 Vidhan Sabha constituencies of the National Capital Territory in northern India.


Present geographical structure of Sangam Vihar constituency came into existence in 2008 as a part of the implementation of the recommendations of the Delimitation Commission of India constituted in 2002.[1]

Sangam Vihar is part of South Delhi Lok Sabha constituency along with nine other Vidhan Sabha segments, namely, Bijwasan, Ambedkar Nagar, Chhatarpur, Deoli, Kalkaji, Tughlakabad, Palam, Badarpur and Mehrauli. Around 1.5 million lived there. There is only one government school for around 5 lakh people. Water supply is from Sonia Vihar and government tube wells. There are various free government dispensaries and 2 Hospitals (Batra Hospital & Majeedia hospital) is within 1 KM.

It is one of the major parts of South Delhi and has large areas of forest, densely populated residential areas and unused land connected on the other side with Haryana borders. But still, government and corporation interactions in this area are very limited. The development of the area has been ignored by mostly all the governments of Delhi along with DDA(ruled by central govt.) and MCD(ruled by BJP) in the past. And the present AAP Govt, MCD(BJP) me, DDA(LG through Central Govt.) is no exception to it. Ratiya Marg, the main road that connects the area to the Mehrauli Badarpur road is in an absolutely miserable state with potholes and no proper covers on the roadside drain it is seriously a struggle to walk or drive on the road. Add to it the routine traffic due to the school buses of the two schools. Sangam Vihar has many private schools (Hamdard Public School, Tinu public school, Amrita public school, Savitri public school, Siwas public school, Baal niketan public school, KSK academy Jagriti Public School and many more).

Government schools have worse conditions due to ignorance of government officials (MCD , DDA and political parties). DMRC is opening new meeting lines in every developed area of Delhi but not for Sangam Vihar which is having the dense crowd and most of its population depends on 3 metro stations: Saket(60%), Govindpuri (35%) and Badarpur (5%). This clearly depicts that Sangam Vihar needs its own metro station, better performance from DDA and MCD and law and order.

Members of Legislative Assembly[edit]


 BJP    AAP  

Election Member Party
2008 Dr. Shiv Charan Lal Gupta Bharatiya Janata Party
2013 Dinesh Mohaniya Aam Aadmi Party

Election results[edit]

2015 results[edit]

Delhi Legislative Assembly election, 2015: Sangam Vihar
Party Candidate Votes % ±
AAP Dinesh Mohaniya 72,131 65.95 +38.08
BJP Dr. Shiv Charan Lal Gupta 28,143 25.73 -1.27
INC Vishan Swaroop Agarwal 3,423 3.13 -15.30
BSP Shish Pal Singh 3,146 2.87 -8.18
NOTA None of the above 467 0.42 +0.09
Majority 43,988 40.22 +39.35
Turnout 1,09,358
AAP hold Swing +37.45

2013 results[edit]

Delhi Legislative Assembly election, 2013: Sangam Vihar
Party Candidate Votes % ±
AAP Dinesh Mohaniya 24,851 27.87
BJP Shiv Charan Lal Gupta 24,074 27.00 -0.37
INC Jag Parvesh 16,435 18.43 -4.11
BSP Vir Singh 9,850 11.05 -4.68
JD(U) Shish Pal Singh 9,010 10.10 +9.96
Independent Dasharth Chohan 1,500 1.68
PECP Shahid 753 0.84
Independent Kalpana Jha 508 0.57
Proutist Bloc Amarjeet Verma 484 0.54
Independent Lokesh Kumar 281 0.32
Independent Diwakar Jha 246 0.28
RMSP Ram Wati 199 0.22
Independent Shailendra Kumar 193 0.22
Indian Justice Party Rita Gill 172 0.19 -0.04
RJSP Dipankar Banerjee 152 0.17
SP Naresh Sharma 91 0.10 -12.91
LJP Mohd Younus 70 0.08 -3.93
NOTA None 298 0.33
Majority 777 0.87 -3.96
Turnout 89,167
AAP gain from BJP Swing

2008 results[edit]

Delhi Legislative Assembly election, 2008: Sangam Vihar[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
BJP Dr S C L Gupta 20,332 27.37
INC Amod Kumar Kanth 16,743 22.54
BSP Ranjit Singh 11,687 15.73
NCP Vir Singh 10,577 14.24
SP A K Gupta 9,665 13.01
LJP Suresh Choudhary 2,975 4.01
Independent Vijay Dua 424 0.57
Independent Rekha 360 0.48
RBCP Karan Singh Kadam 269 0.36
NLHP Md Nasir Khan 219 0.29
Independent Kailash Giri 219 0.29
Independent Mohd Anwar Alam 211 0.28
Independent Jag Prasad 191 0.26
Independent Bimal Gupta 153 0.21
Indian Justice Party Brahm Pal Singh 152 0.20
JD(U) Mahesh Chandra Singh 104 0.14
Majority 3,589 4.83
Turnout 74,281 51.4
BJP hold Swing


  1. ^ "Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly Constituencies Order, 2008" (PDF). The Election Commission of India. p. 549.
  2. ^ 2008 Election Commission of India