Ambedkar Nagar Election Result 2020 LIVE Updates | Delhi Assembly Elections; Constituency, Party, Candidate Name Wise Winner, Loser, Leading, Trailing
The Aam Aadmi Party has renominated incumbent MLA Ajay Dutt in Ambedkar Nagar Assembly constituency reserved under Scheduled Caste
Ambedkar Nagar Assembly seat has at least 30 percent of its electorate belonging to the Scheduled Castes and is reserved under the category
AAP has renominated incumbent MLA Ajay Dutt for the Ambedkar Nagar Assembly constituency
Khushi Ram of the BJP and Yaduraj Chaudhary of the Congress are also in the fray to wrest the seat from the AAP
Ambedkar Nagar Assembly Election 2020 | The Aam Aadmi Party's Ajay Dutt has won the election from Ambedkar Nagar against the Bharatiya Janata Party's Khushiram Chunar by a margin of 28, 327 votes.
Khushi Ram of the BJP and Yaduraj Chaudhary of the Congress were also in the fray to wrest the seat from the AAP. The constituency was a part of the South Delhi Lok Sabha seat. The Assembly seat is part of South Delhi Lok Sabha constituency.
Here's a brief profile of the constituency:
Constituency Name: Ambedkar Nagar
Constituency Number: 48
District Name: South Delhi
Total Electors: 1,39,676
Female Electors: 63,436
Male Electors: 76233
Third Gender: 7
Reserved: Yes, under the Scheduled Caste category.
Results in previous elections: Former speaker of the Delhi Assembly, Prem Singh used to be the strongman from Ambedkar Nagar. Singh won the seat for four consecutive terms between 1993 and 2008 before losing the seat to AAP’s Ashok Kumar Chauhan in the 2013 polls. In 2015, the party retained the seat under Ajay Dutt, who defeated Chauhan — then a BJP candidate — by over 42,000 votes.
Demographics: Ambedkar Nagar has at least 30 percent of its electorate belonging to the Scheduled Castes.
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