Kondli Assembly Election Results 2020: AAP's Kuldeep Kumar wins against BJP's Raj Kumar | As it happened
New Delhi | Jagran News Desk: The Kondli Assembly Constituency was won by AAP's Kuldeep Kumar on Tuesday. He was up against BJP's Raj Kumar. He won by over 21,000 votes.
The Kondli Assembly Constituency saw contest between AAP’s Kuldeep Kumar, BJP’s Rajkumar Dhillo and Congress’ Amreesh Goutham. In the 2015 Assembly Elections, AAP’s Manoj Kumar had won this seat against BJP’s Hukam Singh by 24,759 votes. Kondli Assembly Constituency is a part of the East Delhi (Lok Sabha constituency). This constituency was created by reorganisation by delimitation commission in 2008.
The results of the 2020 Assembly Elections in Delhi will be declared today. While the Exit Polls have already predicted that the AAP, led by Arvind Kejriwal, will likely get a second term, the BJP is expecting to upset the AAP and form the government in the national capital. In 2015, the AAP had won 67 seats while the BJP emerged victorious on 3 seats.
LIVE Kondli Assembly Election Results 2020:
22:30 pm: The Kondli Assembly Constituency was won by AAP's Kuldeep Kumar on Tuesday. He was up against BJP's Raj Kumar. He won by over 21,000 votes.
14:33 pm: According to latest EC trends, AAP's Kuldeep Kumar has taken a lead of 17,426 votes against BJP's Raj Kumar.
13:04 pm: Official trends:
11:08 am: Official trends:
11:07 am: AAP's Kuldeep Kumar has taken massive lead against BJP's Raj Kumar, say official trends.
10:45 am: According to official trends, AAP has taken massive lead against BJP.
9:55 am: Meanwhile, the official trends suggest AAP's Kuldeep Kumar is leading while BJP's Raj Kumar is trailing.
9:24 am: Wait for the final result, we are going to register a massive win, says AAP's Sanjay Singh
9:04 am: BJP's Rajkumar Dhillo trailing.
8:31 am: AAP's Kuldeep Kumar is leading.
8:00 am: Counting of votes begins.
7:55 am: Counting of votes to begin shortly
7:41 am: AAP's Kuldeep Kumar is up against BJP's Rajkumar Dhillo.
7:41 am: Counting of votes will begin at 8.00 am.
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