Timarpur Election Result 2020 Latest Updates: Delhi Assembly Elections; Constituency, Party, Candidate Name Wise Winner, Loser, Leading, Trailing
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Delhi Assembly Election 2020, Timarpur Profile: As of 11.40 am, AAP's Dilip Pandey established a comfortable lead over BJP's Surinder Pal Singh, with the former bagging 16,236 votes. Singh got 11,825 votes and 40.5 percent vote share.
Primarily known for housing many government colonies, Timarpur in east Delhi is set to go to polls on 8 February. Timarpur comes under the North East Delhi Lok Sabha constituency which is currently represented by BJP state unit president Manoj Tiwari.
Beset with infrastructure-related issues, Timarpur will see a contest between the incumbent AAP, which has nominated Dilip Pandey as its candidate, and the BJP's Surendra Pal Singh Bittu.
Here is a brief profile of Timarpur:
Constituency Name: Timarpur
Constituency Number: 3
District Name: North Delhi
Total Electors: 1,88,992
Female Electors: 84,942
Male Electors: 1,04,030
Third Gender: 20
Results in previous elections: The Congress maintained a steady hold on the constituency as its senior leader, Surinder Pal Singh won consecutive elections between 2003 and 2013 from here. However, Singh was unseated in 2013 when Aam Aadmi Party's Harish Khanna won the elections. In mid-term polls in 2015, AAP's Pankaj Pushkar bagged the seat. However, this time AAP has dropped its sitting MLA and put its faith in Dilip Pandey, who had unsuccessfully contested the Lok Sabha elections in 2019 when the BJP won all seven parliamentary constituencies of Delhi.
Demographics: Caste equations are likely to play a key role in this constituency, which has a significant population of Sikhs and Punjabis. Dalits and Muslims constitute about 2/5th of the electorate in Timarpur. Indira Vikas Colony, Mukherjee nagar, Wazirabad Village, Bhai Parmanand Colony, Gopalpur village, Nehru Vihar, GTB Park, Tagore Nagar, Mallikpur village and Vijay Nagar are some of the areas that come under this constituency.
Jammu and Kashmir: Election Commission announces fresh deadline of 25 Nov for publication of electoral rolls
This comes in the wake of the poll panel revising the qualifying date from 1 January to 1 October for eligibility in electoral registration
The Centre has criticised the Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP for luring the voters of Gujarat with free electricity. However, the freebie culture is not new to Indian politics. It can be traced back to Tamil Nadu: In 1967, DMK founder CN Annadura promised 4.5 kg of rice for Re 1 if he were to be elected
It said that the complainant has also provided various social media links of AAP's official handles with content posted by the minor along with his complaint, proving the contents of the complaint.