Who is from where contesting in Delhi Assembly Election 2015?

rally2The much-awaited Delhi Assembly polls will be held on 7th February, with counting of votes scheduled to take place on 10th February, 2015. With the announcement of the dates for the 2015 Assembly polls in Delhi by the Election Commission, the model code of conduct has come into effect immediately.
Date of Polling: 7th February, 2015
Date of Announcement of Results: 10th February, 2015
The date of Poll notification: 14th January, 2015
Last date of making nomination: 21st January, 2015
Last date of withdrawal of nomination: 24th January, 2015
So, after a year of political uncertainty, Delhi is now gearing up for fresh elections. The 70-member Assembly will witness a highly interesting contest between the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and the Indian National Congress (INC).
After its landslide victory in General Elections 2014 and Assembly elections in some states, the BJP has high hopes of getting a majority in the Delhi Assembly elections on its own. The Congress, which ruled over Delhi for three consecutive terms from 1998 to 2013, will try its best to regain its lost ground. The AAP is also making all-out efforts to win back the confidence of voters in Delhi.
But in all probability, the 2015 Assembly election in Delhi is going to be an AAP versus BJP contest. The Congress party seems a pale shadow of its illustrious past. As per opinion polls, the BJP may take advantage of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s charisma again and may emerge as the single largest party with majority of seats. Yet, it will not be a cakewalk for BJP as AAP will provide a tough fight and the possibility of a fractured mandate cannot be completely ruled out.
The main election issues in the Delhi Assembly Polls 2015 include poor water and power supply, price rise, depleting infrastructure, corruption, lack of women’s security, poor law and order, growing unemployment and pollution.
According to Delhi Election Commission, based on the 2011 Census, the projected population of Delhi is 1.86 crore and the voting population is 1.3 crore, which will be exercising its franchise in 11,763 polling stations across 2,527 buildings in Delhi. In the 2013 Assembly elections, there were 11,753 polling stations with 11.9 million eligible voters out of which 6.6 million were men and 5.3 million were women while there were 405,000 first time voters.
Following candidates from three major parties AAP, BJP, INC contesting for Delhi Assembly Election 2015 on 7th February :
Narela: Sharad Chauhan, Neel Daman Khatri, Praveen Kumar Bhugra
Burari: Sanjeev Jha, Gopal Jha, Jile Singh Chauhan
Timarpur: Pankaj Pushkar, Prof. Rajni Abbi, Surender Pal Singh
Adarsh Nagar: Pawan Sharma, Ram Kishan Singhal, Mukesh Goel
Badli: Ajesh Yadav, Rajesh Yadav, Devender Yadav
Rithala: Mahindra Goel, Kulwant Rana, Jagdish Yadav
Bawana (SC): Ved Prakash, Gugan Singh Ranga, Surender Kumar
Mundaka: Rajendra Dabas, Azad Singh, Smt. Rita Shokeen
Kirari: Rituraj Jha, Anil Jha, Pratyush Kant
Sultanpur Majra (SC): Sandeep, Prabhu Dayal Sai, Jai Kishan
Nangloi Jat: Raghuvendra Shaukeen, Manoj Shokeen, Dr. Bijender Singh
Mangol Puri (SC): Rakhi Bidlan, Surijeet Kumar, Raj Kumar Chauhan
Rohini: Charanji Lal Gupta, Vijender Gupta, Sukhbir Sharma
Shalimarbagh: Bandana Kumari, Smt. Rekha Gupta, Sulekh Agarwal
Shakur Basti: Satyendra Jain, Dr. S C Vats, Chaman Lal Sharma
Tri Nagar: Jitender Tomar, Dr. Nand Kishor Garg, Anil Bhardwaj
Wazirpur: Suresh Bhardwaj, Dr. Mahender Nagpal, Hari Shankar Gupta
Model Town: Akhilesh Pati Tripathi, Vivek Garg, Kanwar Karan Singh
Sadar Bazar: Somdutt, Praveen Jain, Ajay Maken
Chandni Chowk: Alka Lamba, Suman Kumar Gupta, Prahlad S. Sawhney
Matia Mahal: Asim Ahmed Khan, Shakeel Anjum Delhlvi, Shoaib Iqbal
Ballimaran: Imran Hussain, Shyam Lal Morwal, Haroon Yusuf
Karol Bagh (SC): Vishesh Ravi, Yogender Chandolia, Madam Khorwal
Patel Nagar (SC): Hazari Lal Chauhan, Smt. Krishan Tirath, Rajesh Lilothia
Moti Nagar: Shiv Charan Goyal, Subhash Sachdeva, Raj Kumar Maggo
Madipur (SC): Girish Soni, Raj Kumar Phulwaria, Malaram Gangwal
Rajouri Garden: Jarnail Singh, Manjinder Singh Sirsa, Mrs. Dhanvantri Chandela
Hari Nagar: Jagdeep Singh, Avtar Singh Hit, C.P. Mittal
Tilak Nagar: Jarnail Singh, Rajiv Babbar, Dhuli Chand Lohia
Janakpuri: Rajesh Rishi, Prof. Jagdish Mukhi, Suresh Kumar
Vikaspuri: Mahendra Yadav, Sh. Sanjay Singh, Nand Kishore Sehrawat
Uttam Nagar: Naresh Balyan, Pawan Sharma, Mukesh Sharma
Dwarka: Adarsh Shastri, Praduymn Rajput, Mahabal Mishra
Matiala: Gulab Singh, Rajesh Gahlot, Sumesh Shokeen
Najafgarh: Kailash Gehlot, Ajeet Singh Khadkhari, Jai Kishan Sharma
Bijwasan: Devendra Sehrawat, Satprakash Rana, Vijay Singh Lochav
Palam: Bhavna Gaur, Dharmdev Solanki, Madan Mohan
Delhi Cantt: Cammando Surender, Karan Singh Tanwar, Sandeep Tanwar
Rajinder Nagar: Vijender Garg, Sardar R P Singh, Brahm Yadav
New Delhi: Arvind Kejriwal, Smt. Nupur Sharma, Dr Kiran Walia
Jangpura: Praveen Kumar, Sardar M S Dheer, Tarwinder S. Marwah
Kasturba Nagar: Madan Lal, Ravinder Chaudhari, Neeraj Basoya
Malviya Nagar: Somnath Bharti, Smt. Nandani Sharma, Dr Yoganand Shastri
R. K. Puram: Pramila Tokas, Anil Sharma, Leeladhar Bhatt
Mehrauli: Ch. Goverdhan Singh, Smt. Sarita Chaudhary, Satbir Singh
Chhatarpur: Kartar Singh Tanwar, Brahm Singh Tanwar, Balram Tanwar
Deoli (SC): Prakash Jarwal, Arvind Kumar, Rajesh Chauhan
Ambedkar Nagar (SC): Ajay Dutt, Ashok Chouhan, Ch. Prem Singh
Sangam Vihar: Dinesh Mohania, Dr. S. C. L. Gupta, Vishan Swaroop Agarwal
Greater Kailash: Saurabh Bhardwaj, Sh. Rakesh Gulia, Smt. Sharmishta Mukherjee
Kalkaji: Avtar Singh, Harmeet Singh Kalka, Subhash Chopra
Tughlakabad: Sahi Ram, Vikram Bidhuri, Sachin Bidhuri
Badarpur: N. D Sharma, Rambir Singh Bidhuri, Ram Singh Netaji
Okhla: Amanatullah Khan, Brahm Singh Bidhuri, Asif Mohd. Khan
Trilokpuri (SC): Raju Dhingan, Smt. Kiran Vaidya, Brahm Pal
Kondli (SC): Manoj Kumar, Hukum Singh, Amrish Singh Gautam
Patparganj: Manish Sisodia, Vinod Kumar Binni, Anil Kumar
Laxmi Nagar: Nitin Tyagi, B B Tyagi, Dr. A.K. Walia
Vishwas Nagar: Atul Gupta, Om Prakash Sharma, Naseeb Singh
Krishna Nagar: SK Bagga, Dr. Kiran Bedi, Bansi Lal
Gandhi Nagar: Anil Bajpai, Jitender Chaudhary, N.A
Shandara: Ram Niwas Goel, Jitender Pal Singh Shanty, Dr. Narender Nath
Seemapuri (SC): Rajendra Gautam, Karam Vir Chandel, Veer Singh Dhingan
Rohtas Nagar: Sarita Singh, Jitender Mahajan, Vipin Sharma
Seelampur: Haji Ishraq (Bhure Bhai), Sanjay Jain, Ch. Mateen Ahmed
Ghonda: SD Sharma, Sahab Singh Chauhan, Bheesham Sharma
Badarpur: Gopal Rai, Naresh Gaur, Zakir Khan
Gokalpur (SC): Fateh Singh, Ranjit Kashyap, Smt. Rinku
Mustafabad: Haji Yunus, Jagdish Pradhan, Hasan Ahmed
Karawal Nagar: Kapil Mishra, Mohan Singh Bisht, Satanpal Dayma