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Congress Releases Second List Of 7 Candidates, Fields Romesh Sabharwal Against Kejriwal From New Delhi

Delhi Polls: Congress Releases Second List Of 7 Candidates, Fields Romesh Sabharwal Against Kejriwal From New Delhi

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Victor Dasgupta | Updated on: 21 Jan 2020, 12:26:35 AM
Delhi Polls: Congress Releases Second List Of 7 Candidates, Fields Romesh Sabharwal Against Kejriwal From New Delhi

Delhi Polls: Congress Releases Second List Of 7 Candidates, Fields Romesh Sabharwal Against Kejriwal From New Delhi (Photo Credit: File Photo)

New Delhi:

The Indian National Congress (INC) on Monday released the second list of seven candidates for the upcoming Delhi Assembly elections. According to the list released by the party, Romesh Sabharwal will contest against Aam Aadmi Party convenor Arvind Kejriwal from New Delhi. The party has already released a list of 54 candidates on Saturday. The last day for filing of nominations is Tuesday. Apart from Sabharwal, the other candidates in the list are Raminder Singh Bamrah from Tilak Nagar seat, Rocky Tuseed from Rajinder Nagar, Pramod Kumar Yadav from Badarpur, Amareesh Goutham from Kondli (SC) seat, Bhisham Sharma from Ghonda and Arbind Singh from Karawal Nagar seat.

Here is the list of the candidates: 

Sr No. Constituencies Candidate Names
1 Narela Siddarth Kundu

2

Timarpur

Mrs. Amar Lata Sangwan
3 Adarsh Nagar Mukesh Goel
4 Badli Devender Yadav
5 Rithala Pradeep Kumar Pandey

6

Bawana - SC Surender Kumar
7 Mundka Dr. Naresh Kumar
8 Sultanpur Majra - Jai Kishan
9 Nangloi Jat Mandeep Singh
10 Mangol Puri - SC Rajesh Lilotia
11 Rohini Sumesh Gupta
12 Shalimarbagh J.S. Nayol
13 Shakur Basti Dev Raj Arora
14 Tri Nagar Kamal Kant Sharma
15 Wazirpur Hari Kishan Jindal
16 Model Town Ms. Akansha Ola
17 Sadar Bazar Satbir Sharma
18 Chandni Chowk Mrs. Aka Lamba
19 Matia Mahal Mirza Javed Ali
20 Ballimaran Haroon Yusuf
21 Karol Bagh - SC Gaurav Dhanak
22 Patel Nagar - SC Smt. Krishna Tirath
23 Moti Nagar Ramesh Kumar Popli
24 Rajouri Garden Amandeep Singh Sudan
25 Hari Nagar Surender Sethi
26 Janakpuri Ms. Radhika Khera
27 Dwarka Adarsh Shastri
28 Matiala Sumesh Shokeen
29 Najafgarh Sahib Singh Yadav
30 Delhi Cantt Sandeep Tanwar
31 Jangpura Talvinder Singh Marwah
32 Kasturba Nagar Abhishek Dutt
33 Malviya Nagar Mrs. Neetu Verma
34 R.K. Puram Mrs. Priyanka Singh
35 Chhatarpur Satish Lohia
36 Deoli - SC Arvinder Singh
37 Ambedkar Nagar - Yaduraj Chaudhary
38 Sangam Vihar Smt. Poonam Azad
39 Greater Kailash Sukhbir Singh Pawar
40 Kalkaji Mrs. Shivani Chopra
41 Tughlakabad Shubam Sharma
42 Trilokpuri - SC Vijay Kumar
43 Patparganj Laxman Rawat
44 Laxmi Nagar Dr. Hari Dutt Sharma
45 Vishwas Nagar Gurcharan Singh Raju
46 Krishna Nagar Dr. Ashok Kr. Walia
47 Gandhi Nagar Arvinder Singh Lovely
48 Shandara Dr. Narender Nath
49 Seemapuri - SC Veer Singh Dhingan
50 Rohtas Nagar Vipin Sharma
51 Seelampur Ch. Mateen Ahmed
52 Babarpur Mrs. Anveeksha Tripathi Jain
53 Gokalpur - SC Dr. S.P.Singh
54 Mustafabad Ali Mehndi
55 Tilak Nagar S Raminder Singh Bamrah
56 Rajinder Nagar Rocky Tuseed
57 New Delhi Romesh Sabharwal
58 Badarpur  Pramod Kumar Yadav
59 Kondli-SC  Amareesh Goutham
60 Ghonda  Bhisham Sharma
61 Karawal Nagar Arbind Singh
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The Congress, which ruled the city for three consecutive terms from 1998 to 2013, will for the first time go in the Assembly polls in Delhi in alliance with another party. It has left four seats for its ally the Rashtriya Janata Dal.

Polling in the Delhi assembly election will be held on February 8 and the results will be declared on February 11.

BJP Gives Three Seats To JD(U), LJP For Delhi Polls

The BJP will allot two seats to the JD(U) and one to the Lok Janshakti Party in Delhi as it gears up to take on the ruling Aam Aadmi Party in the assembly polls scheduled for February 8. Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari said the party leadership has taken a decision to give two seats to Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar-headed JD(U) and Union minister Ram Vilas Paswan-headed LJP. JD(U) spokesperson K C Tyagi welcomed the development, saying it reminded him of the “old NDA” of Atal Bihari Vajpayee and L K Advani when the BJP and its allies fought elections together.

Also Read: Delhi Polls: Congress Releases First List Of 54 Candidates, Fields Alka Lamba From Chandni Chowk

However, LJP leader Kali Pandey, who is his party’s in-charge for the 70-member Delhi assembly polls, said he was unaware of any such development. The LJP had earlier announced that it will contest on all seats in the national capital and name several candidates.

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First Published : 21 Jan 2020, 12:01:31 AM