Delhi Assembly Election Results 2015


AAP leader and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal pledged to make Delhi India's first corruption-free city and end "VIP culture" even as he warned his colleagues against "arrogance" after his party's thumping election win.

Addressing some 100,000 cheering supporters at the Ramlila Maidan on Feb 14, after being sworn in, Kejriwal, 46, also sought the status of a full state for Delhi, saying Prime Minister Narendra Modi had too many issues to take care of and Delhi must be left to Delhiites.

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And the Aam Aadmi Party leader -- sporting his party's white cap with the words "Main hoon aam aadmi" (I am a common man) -- reached out to his vanquished rivals, Kiran Bedi of the BJP and Ajay Maken of the Congress, saying he would consult both on how to develop Delhi. He called Bedi his "elder sister".

A few hours later, Kejriwal - sounding and looking unwell - drove to the Delhi Secretariat. He came to the venue after taking Crocin. In a first of its kind in the country, the AAP announced that Kejriwal will not hold any portfolio but only oversee the work of ministers and legislators.

Delhi Assembly Election Result 2015 (70 / 70)

Party Results Change
AAP 67 +39
BJP 3 -29
Congress 0 -8
Others 0 -2

The decision makes his long-time confidant Manish Sisodia, 43, the most powerful minister.

"After our (earlier) 49 days in office, we have the confidence that we will finish off corruption in Delhi," the 46-year-old Kejriwal said to loud cheers at the ground. "We have to make Delhi the first corruption-free city in India. We can do it."

And repeating the lines from his Ramlila Maidan speech of 2013, Kejriwal urged people to covertly record on their mobile phones demands for bribes by officials and send the recording to him. "We will take the strictest action," he said, triggering another approving roar.

Kejriwal said a Helpline number he had announced in his first stint would be restarted -- for people to complain about corruption. His government would also pass the Jan Lokpal bill.

It was a sea of caps at the sprawling ground in the heart of the capital. Hundreds who couldn't get in packed the roads as well as balconies and rooftops of nearby buildings. There was unending slogan shouting. People came not only from Delhi but other states too.

The huge gathering went wild as Kejriwal took the oath of office from Lt Governor Najeeb Jung -- followed by six ministers -- and then spoke in Hindi. Besides Sisodia, the deputy chief minister, the other ministers are Satyendra Jain, Sandeep Kumar, Gopal Rai, Asim Ahmed Khan and Jitendra Singh Tomar.

Speaking from his heart, Kejriwal admitted that the AAP's decision to contest the 2015 Lok Sabha election -- he himself took on Modi in Varanasi and lost -- was a blunder.

He urged his ministers, legislators and AAP colleagues never to show arrogance saying this had derailed the Congress and the BJP. "If arrogance creeps in, we will not be able to fulfil our mission."

The AAP won 67 of the 70 seats, leaving three to the BJP. "I know people of Delhi love us. But I didn't know they love us so much." Calling the result a "miracle", he said God was trying to convey a message. "We have to understand the message."

Like last time, Kejriwal announced a ban on what he called VIP culture, including red beacon lights on official vehicles and strutting around in public places with a phalanx of security. He said Indians wanted a society where political leaders would also travel in buses like in many European countries.

The former income tax officer and a Magsaysay award winner decried statements by AAP colleagues that after the Delhi victory, the party would expand to other states. This, he said, smacked of arrogance.

"God has ordered us, the people of Delhi have ordered us to serve them... All the coming five years I will serve only the people of Delhi."

He said he told Modi that the AAP stood for "constructive cooperation" with the central government, and it was time the capital Delhi was granted full statehood.

"As prime minister, he is very busy. He has to think about the country, he has to go abroad... Please leave Delhi to the people of Delhi... I am confident Modi will think about this positively."

He said that although Delhi Police didn't come under his control, his government would make Delhi a secure city for people of all religions and communities.

Referring to the Hindu-Muslim riots in east Delhi and the recent attacks on churches and Christian institutions, Kejriwal said Delhi had never seen troubles of this sort for 35 long years. "People of Delhi want peace. They won't tolerate this."

He ended his 30-minute address by singing a song on brotherhood and communal amity, which he asked the crowd to sing with him, demonstrating yet again how this unusual and in some ways maverick stood out from the rest of the political flock.

Shortly after the speech, the AAP government said that its focus would be on curbing corruption, controlling price rise, and providing uninterrupted power and water.


List of Delhi Cabinet Ministers 2015



Name of Minister Ministry of Department Constituency Won
Arvind Kejriwal Chief Minister, Finance and Home Minister New Delhi
Manish Sisodia Deputy CM, Education, Urban Development Department and the Public Works Department (PWD) Minister Patparganj
Jitendra Tomar Law Minister Tri Nagar
Satyendra Jain Health and Industry Minister Shakur Basti
Asim Ahmad Food and Civil Supplies Minister Matia Mahal
Gopal Rai Transportation and labor Badarpur
Sandeep Kumar Women and Child Welfare, SC/ST Minister Sultanpur Majra

Delhi Assembly Constituencies 2015

Name of Constituencies Results
2015 Winner 2015 Runnerup
Nerela Sharad Kumar (AAP ) Neel Daman Khatri (BJP )
Burari Sanjeev Jha (AAP ) Gopal Jha (BJP )
Timarpur Pankaj Pushkar (AAP ) Rajni Abbi (BJP )
Adarsh Nagar Pawan Kumar Sharma (AAP ) Ram Kishan Singhal (BJP )
Badli Ajesh Yadav (AAP ) Devender Yadav (INC )
Rithala Mohinder Goyal (AAP ) Kulwant Rana (BJP )
Bawana Ved Parkash (AAP ) Gugan Singh (BJP )
Mundka Sukhvir Singh (AAP ) Azad Singh (BJP )
Kirari Rituraj Govind (AAP ) Anil Jha (BJP )
Sultan Pur Majura Sandeep Kumar (AAP ) Parbhu Dayal (BJP )
Nangloi Jat Raghuvinder Shokeen (AAP ) Manoj Kumar Shokeen (BJP )
Mangol Puri Rakhi Birla (AAP ) Raj Kumar Chauhan (INC )
Rohini Vijender Kumar (BJP ) C.L. Gupta (AAP )
Shalimar Bagh Bandana Kumari (AAP ) Rekha Gupta (BJP )
Shakur Basti Satyendar Jain (AAP ) S C Vats (BJP )
Tri Nagar Jitender Singh Tomar (AAP ) Nand Kishore Garg (BJP )
Wazirpur Rajesh Gupta (AAP ) Dr. Mahander Nagpal (BJP )
Model Town Akhilesh Pati Tripathi (AAP ) Vivek Garg (BJP )
Sadar Bazar Som Dutt (AAP ) Parveen Kumar Jain (BJP )
Chandni Chowk Alka Lamba (AAP ) Suman Kumar Gupta (BJP )
Matia Mahal Asim Ahmed Khan (AAP ) Shoaib Iqbal (INC )
Ballimaran Imran Hussain (AAP ) Shayam Lal Morwal (BJP )
Karol Bagh Vishesh Ravi (AAP ) Yogender Chandoliya (BJP )
Patel Nagar Hazari Lal Chauhan (AAP ) Krishna Tirath (BJP )
Moti Nagar Shiv Charan Goel (AAP ) Subhash Sachdeva (BJP )
Madipur Girish Soni (AAP ) Raj Kumar (BJP )
Rajouri Garden Jarnail Singh (AAP ) Manjinder Singh Sirsa (SAD )
Hari Nagar Jagdeep Singh (AAP ) Avtar Singh Hit (BJP )
Tilak Nagar Jarnail Singh (AAP ) Rajiv Babbar (BJP )
Janakpuri Rajesh Rishi (AAP ) Prof. Jagdish Mukhi (BJP )
Vikaspuri Mahinder Yadav (AAP ) Sanjay Singh (BJP )
Uttam Nagar Naresh Balyan (AAP) Pawan Sharma (BJP)
Dwarka Adarsh Shastri (AAP ) Parduymn Rajput (BJP )
Matiala Gulab Singh (AAP ) Rajesh Gahlot (BJP )
Najafgarh Kailash Gahlot (AAP ) Bharat Singh (INLD )
Bijawasan Col Devinder Sehrawat (AAP ) Sat Prakash Rana (BJP )
Palam Bhavna Gaur (AAP ) Dhram Dev Solanki (BJP )
Delhi Cantt Surender Singh (AAP ) Karan Singh Tanwar (BJP )
Rajinder Nagar Vijender Garg Vijay (AAP ) R. P. Singh (BJP )
New Delhi Arvind Kejriwal (AAP ) Nupur Sharma (BJP )
Jangpura Praveen Kumar (AAP ) Maninder Singh Dhir (BJP )
Kasturba Nagar Madan Lal (AAP ) Ravinder Choudhry (BJP )
Malviya Nagar Somnath Bharti (AAP ) Dr. Nandani Sharma (BJP )
R K Puram Parmila Tokas (AAP ) Anil Kumar Sharma (BJP)
Mehrauli Naresh Yadav (AAP ) Sarita Chaudhary (BJP )
Chattarpur Kartar Singh Tanwar (AAP ) Brahm Singh Tanwar (BJP )
Deoli Prakash (AAP ) Arvind Kumar (BJP )
Ambedkar Nagar Ajay Dutt (AAP ) Ashok Kumar (BJP )
Sangam Vihar Dinesh Mohaniya (AAP ) Shiv Charan Lal Gupta (BJP )
Greater Kailash Saurabh Bharadwaj (AAP ) Rakesh Kumar Gullaiya (BJP )
Kalkaji Avtar Singh Kalkaji (AAP ) Harmeet Singh Kalka (BJP )
Tughlakabad Sahi Ram (AAP ) Vikram Bidhuri (BJP )
Badarpur Narayan Dutt Sharma (AAP ) Ramvir Singh Bidhuri (BJP )
Okhla Amanatullah Khan (AAP ) Braham Singh (BJP )
Trilokpuri Raju Dhingan (AAP ) Kiran Vaidya (BJP )
Kondli Manoj Kumar (AAP ) Hukam Singh (BJP )
Patparganj Manish Sisodia (AAP ) Vinod Kumar Binny (BJP )
Laxmi Nagar Nitin Tyagi (AAP ) B. B. Tyagi (BJP )
Vishwas Nagar Om Prakash Sharma (BJP ) Dr. Atul Gupta (AAP )
Krishna Nagar S K Bagga (AAP ) Kiran Bedi (BJP )
Gandhi Nagar Anil Kumar Bajpai (AAP ) Jitender (BJP )
Shahdara Ram Niwas Goel (AAP ) Jitender Singh Shunty (BJP )
Seemapuri Rajendra Pal Gautam (AAP ) Karamvir (BJP )
Rohtas Nagar Sarita Singh (AAP ) Jitender Mahajan (BJP )
Seelampur Mohd. Ishraque (AAP ) Sanjay Jain (BJP )
Ghonda Shri Dutt Sharma (AAP ) Sahab Singh Chauhan (BJP )
Babarpur Gopal Rai (AAP ) Naresh Gaur (BJP )
Gokalpur Fateh Singh (AAP ) Ranjeet Singh (BJP )
Mustafabad Jagdish Pradhan (BJP ) Hasan Ahmed (INC )
Karawal Nagar Kapil Mishra (AAP ) Mohan Singh Bisht (BJP )


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