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Arvind Kejriwal

Arvind Kejriwal

New Delhi, Delhi

Aam Aadmi Party

Age: 51 | Gender: M

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Ram Gulam

Aam Aadmi Party convenor and Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal will seek a third consecutive term as a legislator from the high-profile New Delhi Assembly constituency. He is up against two relatively light-weight candidates Sunil Yadav (BJP) and Romesh Sabharwal (Congress).

The former Indian Revenue Service (IRS) officer, he founded the NGO Parivartan in December 1999. In 2006, Kejriwal was awarded the Ramon Magsaysay Award for his use of the Right to Information Act to combat corruption. With the award money, he and his close confidant Manish Sisodia founder Public Cause Research Foundation, which worked towards greater accountability in governance. The IIT-Kharagpur graduate rose to national prominence during 2011 Anti-corruption movement led by social activist Anna Hazare. The movement specifically strived for the passing of the Jan Lokpal (ombudsman) Bill in the Parliament. The bureaucrat -turned-anti-corruption crusader founded the Aam Aadmi Party in November 2012 after splitting from the Hazare-led movement.

In the very first election next year, he defeated then Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit by a margin of over 25,000 votes. After resigning as the chief minister after a mere 49 days in 2014, due to his party?s inability to pass the Jan Lokpal Bill in the Assembly, his party made a spectacular comeback in the 2015 Assembly elections. In the 2015 polls, the AAP won a whopping 67 out of the 70 seats in the Assembly. Kejriwal won his seat by over 31,000 votes, defeating Nupur Sharma of the BJP.

In his second term as chief minister, Kejriwal was involved in a long-standing feud with the Delhi LG over jurisdiction of powers in the Union Territory. In July 2018, his government got a much-needed boost, when the Supreme Court ruled that the LG is bound by the advice given by the council of ministers except in a few matters. Moreover, he has also been in an uneasy relationship with the BJP-led Centre over the issue of granting full statehood to Delhi and the alleged interference of the Centre into Delhi?s matters. However, Kejriwal and his government has also been lauded for his pioneering work in school education and public healthcare in Delhi.

The education budget in the Union Territory has risen from Rs 6,600 crore to Rs 15,600 crore, while 20,000 new classrooms have been added in the last five years. Interestingly, many of the government schools now rank among the best in the country. Mohalla Clinics, which are primary health centres in Delhi, have been lauded for their cheap and affordable healthcare facilities. For his visionary leadership, Kejriwal has been recognised as one of the 50 top visionary global leaders by Fortune magazine.

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Serious IPC Counts:

Pan given:

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Cases:

13

Self-income:

Rs. 2.8 lakh

Education:

Graduate Professional

Total income:

Rs. 12.8 lakh

Total Assets:

Rs. 3.4 crore

Self-Profession:

Politician, Chief Minister of Delhi

Movable Assets:

Rs. 67.4 lakh

Position:

-

Immovable assets:

Rs. 2.8 crore

Candidate Social URL:

https://twitter.com/ArvindKejriwal

Liabilities:

Rs. 0

Candidate Affidavit Data:

Party and Candidate Wise Full Winner List

PARTY CANDIDATE NAME STATUS % VOTES
aap WON Arvind Kejriwal 46,758 Votes 61.1% Votes
bjp Sunil Kumar Yadav 25,061 Votes 32.75% Votes
inc Romesh Sabharwal 3,220 Votes 4.21% Votes
rrp Ajay Tiwari 57 Votes 0.07% Votes
hams Aditi Sharma 22 Votes 0.03% Votes
vbp Amit Sharma 9 Votes 0.01% Votes
bsnp Ashok Agyani 37 Votes 0.05% Votes
anp MU Dua 24 Votes 0.03% Votes
blpgl Narender Kumar Bansal 10 Votes 0.01% Votes
rrp Pratap Chandra 15 Votes 0.02% Votes
ppid Mahender Singh 28 Votes 0.04% Votes
rpia Meena Suryawanshi 24 Votes 0.03% Votes
vsp Professor Ramesh Narain Singh 19 Votes 0.02% Votes
bdp Rajbir 16 Votes 0.02% Votes
ajap Shealendera Singh 99 Votes 0.13% Votes
javp Sampurna Nand Uniyal 202 Votes 0.26% Votes
ind Kirti Singh Panwar 21 Votes 0.03% Votes
ind Daya Shankar Agrawal 41 Votes 0.05% Votes
ind Yogender Singh 87 Votes 0.11% Votes
ind Ramesh Kumar Khatri 12 Votes 0.02% Votes
ind Rahul Kumar 25 Votes 0.03% Votes
ind Rahul Beniwal 21 Votes 0.03% Votes
ind Vikas Sharma 67 Votes 0.09% Votes
ind Shiv Kumar 9 Votes 0.01% Votes
ind Sanni Kaushik 66 Votes 0.09% Votes
ind Sant Dharmveer Chotiwala 14 Votes 0.02% Votes
ind Sandeep Srivastava 35 Votes 0.05% Votes
bsp Ram Gulam 136 Votes 0.18% Votes
CONSTITUENCY NO. TOTAL VOTERS MALE VOTERS FEMALE VOTERS OTHER VOTERS 2020 WINNER
40 145901 79799 66101 1 76530

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