Badarpur Election Result 2020 LIVE Updates | Delhi Assembly Elections; Constituency, Party, Candidate Name Wise Winner, Loser, Leading, Trailing

Election Result 2020 LIVE | Candidate, Constituency and Party-Wise Winner List

PARTY CANDIDATE NAME STATUS % VOTES
BJP WON Ramvir Singh Bidhuri 90,082 Votes 47.05% Votes
AAP Ram Singh Netaji 86,363 Votes 45.11% Votes
INC Pramod Kumar Yadav 1,615 Votes 0.84% Votes
BSP Narayan Dutt Sharma 10,436 Votes 5.45% Votes
RRP Brijnarayan Mishra 318 Votes 0.17% Votes
PBI Yadubansh Singh 361 Votes 0.19% Votes
JAP Sanjeev Kumar 222 Votes 0.12% Votes
IND Om Prakash Gupta 260 Votes 0.14% Votes
IND Chhote Lal Gupta 370 Votes 0.19% Votes
CPM Jagdish Chand 683 Votes 0.36% Votes
  • Lack of basic amenities like potable water, sewer, open drains and roads are likely to take centre stage in the Assembly election to Badarpur constituency

  • With both the BJP and AAP fielding Gujjar candidates, it would be interesting to see how much the Gujjar vote would split in the upcoming election

  • The AAP has denied the ticket to incumbent ND Sharma and given it to local strongman and former Congress leader Ram Singh Netaji while the BJP has fielded Ramveer Singh Bidhuri

Badarpur Assembly Election 2020 | With a margin of over 3,000 votes, AAP's Ram Singh Netaji took the lead over BJP's Ramvir Singh Bidhuri. While Netaji got 30,228 and a 49.41 vote share, Bidhuri got 26,944 votes and a 44.04 percent vote share.

Among the few constituencies in Delhi where the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chose to field a fresh face despite having won the seat in the 2015 election, the Badarpur Assembly constituency is likely to see a bipolar contest between the ruling AAP and challenger the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

 Badarpur Election Result 2020 LIVE Updates | Delhi Assembly Elections; Constituency, Party, Candidate Name Wise Winner, Loser, Leading, Trailing

File image of Ram Singh Netaji and Arvind Kejriwal. Twitter@RamSinghNetaji

In an interesting development, the AAP has denied the ticket to incumbent ND Sharma and given it to local strongman and former Congress leader Ram Singh Netaji. On the other hand, the saffron party has nominated Ramveer Singh Bidhuri, a known rival of Netaji. Meanwhile, Sharma will contest on a Bahujan Samaj Party ticket. The largely rural constituency of Badarpur goes to the polls on 8 February.

Here's a brief profile of the constituency:

Constituency Name: Badarpur
Constituency Number: 53
District Name: South Delhi
Total Electors: 2,60,887
Female Electors: 1,07,522
Male Electors: 1,53,329
Third Gender: 36
Reserved: No

Results in previous elections: Ramvir Singh Bidhuri of the BJP won the seat in the 2013 Assembly election defeating Congress’ Netaji by over 12,000 votes. However, he lost to Sharma of the AAP by a margin of over 46,000 votes in the 2015 Assembly election.

Demographics: Gujjars are a dominant vote bank in Badarpur constituency, which is a predominantly rural area. The Gujjar voters in the constituency also tend to vote along caste lines as per reports. However, with the BJP and AAP fielding Gujjar candidates, it would be interesting to see how much the Gujjar vote would split in the upcoming election. Moreover, the lack of basic amenities like potable water, sewer, open drains and roads are likely to take centre stage in the polls.

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Updated Date: Feb 11, 2020 14:11:11 IST