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Candidates with the biggest victory margins in the Delhi Assembly elections

Updated : 2020-02-12 15:14:16

Aam Aadmi Party won for the second consecutive landslide win in the Delhi Assembly election. The Arvind Kejriwal-led party secured an unprecedented 67 of the 70 seats in the 2015 polls and this time it won in 62 seats. AAP’s closest contender, the Bharatiya Janata Party, won in eight constituencies. Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal has already addressed the party members and congratulated them for their efforts in the lead up to the polls.

Several of the AAP candidates won by over 15,000 votes against their nearest rivals. Here are some:

Aam Aadmi Party's Amanatullah Khan won the Okhla seat by over 70,000 votes, defeating BJP's Braham Singh.
Aam Aadmi Party's Amanatullah Khan won the Okhla seat by over 70,000 votes, defeating BJP's Braham Singh.
In Matia Mahal, AAP’s Shoaib Iqbal won convincingly against Ravinder Gupta of the BJP and Mirza Javed Ali of the Congress with 50,241 votes. ( Image: Facebook)
In Matia Mahal, AAP’s Shoaib Iqbal won convincingly against Ravinder Gupta of the BJP and Mirza Javed Ali of the Congress with 50,241 votes. ( Image: Facebook)
In Burari, AAP’s Sanjeev Jha won against Shailendra Kumar of JD(U) with over 80,000 votes. ( Image: Twitter)
In Burari, AAP’s Sanjeev Jha won against Shailendra Kumar of JD(U) with over 80,000 votes. ( Image: Twitter)
Mukesh Kumar Ahlawat of AAP won against BJP’s Ram Chander Chawriya in Sultanpur Majra by close to 50,000 votes. (Image: Twitter)
Mukesh Kumar Ahlawat of AAP won against BJP’s Ram Chander Chawriya in Sultanpur Majra by close to 50,000 votes. (Image: Twitter)
AAP's Rajendra Pal Gautam defeated BJP’s Sant Lal by over 56,105 votes in the reserved seat of Seema Puri. (Image: Twitter)
AAP's Rajendra Pal Gautam defeated BJP’s Sant Lal by over 56,105 votes in the reserved seat of Seema Puri. (Image: Twitter)
In the reserved category seat of Deoli, Prakash Jarwal of AAP won with a margin of 40,173 votes. (Image: Twitter).
In the reserved category seat of Deoli, Prakash Jarwal of AAP won with a margin of 40,173 votes. (Image: Twitter).
Ajay Dutt (Ambedkar Nagar (SC): In the reserved seat of Ambedkar Nagar, AAP’s Dutt had cornered 62.25 percent of the votes at the last count, winning against Khushiram Chunar of the BJP by over 25,000 votes. (Image: Ajay Dutt twitter handle)
Ajay Dutt (Ambedkar Nagar (SC): In the reserved seat of Ambedkar Nagar, AAP’s Dutt had cornered 62.25 percent of the votes at the last count, winning against Khushiram Chunar of the BJP by over 25,000 votes. (Image: Ajay Dutt twitter handle)
Imran Hussain (Ballimaran): Close to two-thirds of the Ballimaran voters had chosen AAP’s Hussain as their representative. He got 65,644 votes, which is about 35,000 more than BJP’s Lata, who was a distant second with 29.03 percent vote share. (Image: Screen-grab from AAP video)
Imran Hussain (Ballimaran): Close to two-thirds of the Ballimaran voters had chosen AAP’s Hussain as their representative. He got 65,644 votes, which is about 35,000 more than BJP’s Lata, who was a distant second with 29.03 percent vote share. (Image: Screen-grab from AAP video)
Pralad Singh Sawhney (Chandni Chowk): Sawhney had tallied over two-thirds of the Chandni Chowk votes. In comparison, the BJP’s Suman Kumar Jha had 27.6 percent of the votes. (Image: AAP campaign Facebook)
Pralad Singh Sawhney (Chandni Chowk): Sawhney had tallied over two-thirds of the Chandni Chowk votes. In comparison, the BJP’s Suman Kumar Jha had 27.6 percent of the votes. (Image: AAP campaign Facebook)
Surendra Kumar (Gokalpur (SC)): More than half of the voters had favoured Kumar.He got 88,452 against BJP’s Ranjeet Singh, who received 68,964 votes. (Image: Network18)
Surendra Kumar (Gokalpur (SC)): More than half of the voters had favoured Kumar.He got 88,452 against BJP’s Ranjeet Singh, who received 68,964 votes. (Image: Network18)
Haji Yunus (Mustafabad): AAP’s Yunus had lost to the BJP’s Jagdish Pradhan in 2015, but the roles have reversed this year. Yunus won by over 20,000 votes. (Image: Haji Yunus twitter)
Haji Yunus (Mustafabad): AAP’s Yunus had lost to the BJP’s Jagdish Pradhan in 2015, but the roles have reversed this year. Yunus won by over 20,000 votes. (Image: Haji Yunus twitter)
Raj Kumar Anand (Patel Nagar): AAP’s Anand won against BJP’s Pravesh Nath by over 30,000 votes.(Image: AAP-twitter)
Raj Kumar Anand (Patel Nagar): AAP’s Anand won against BJP’s Pravesh Nath by over 30,000 votes.(Image: AAP-twitter)
Raghav Chadha (Rajinder Nagar): Chadha registered his second successive win from the Rajinder Nagar constituency, trouncing Sardar RP Singh of the BJP by over 20,000 votes.
Raghav Chadha (Rajinder Nagar): Chadha registered his second successive win from the Rajinder Nagar constituency, trouncing Sardar RP Singh of the BJP by over 20,000 votes.
Jarnail Singh (Tilak Nagar): Singh had cornered more than twice his nearest rival, the BJP’s Rajiv Babbar.He got 62,436 votes, against 34,407 votes received by Babbar. (Image: Jarnail-Singh-AAP-twitter)
Jarnail Singh (Tilak Nagar): Singh had cornered more than twice his nearest rival, the BJP’s Rajiv Babbar.He got 62,436 votes, against 34,407 votes received by Babbar. (Image: Jarnail-Singh-AAP-twitter)
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