Delhi MCD By Elections 2021: AAP and Congress declared candidates

New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party and Delhi Congress have announced their candidates for the upcoming by-elections for the five seats of North and East Delhi Municipal Corporation on Saturday. Today we are going to tell you its list. This list includes Ram Chander from ward number 32N (Rohini-C) in North Delhi, Sunita Mishra from ward number 62N (Shalimar Bagh North) in North Delhi, Vijay Kumar from Ward No 02-E (Trilokpuri) in East Delhi, East Delhi. Dhirendra Kumar from ward number 08-E (Kalyanpuri), Mo. Isharq Khan from ward number 41-E (Chauhan Bangar) in East Delhi. 

All these have been made hopeful. Mohammad Isharq Khan was a former MLA of Seelampur and got a ticket from Chauhan Bangar ward. Talking about Ram Chandra, he was the former MLA of Bawana. Now he has been given a ticket from Rohini C ward. On the other hand, the by-elections for two seats of North Delhi Municipal Corporation and three seats of East Delhi Municipal Corporation will be held on February 28. According to the news, candidates can get nominations on all these seats by February 8. The nomination papers will be examined on February 10 and the name can be withdrawn on February 13.

In this sequence, Congress has announced the names of candidates for the by-elections in 5 wards of North and East Delhi Municipal Corporation. The Delhi Congress Committee of Congress has released the list of candidates for the by-elections in two seats of North Delhi Municipal Corporation and three seats of East Delhi Municipal Corporation. It is being said that five candidates include four men and one woman. Talking about this list, Congress included Balakrishna from Trilokpuri East (SAFE), Dharmapal Maurya from Kalyanpuri, Chaudhary Jubair Ahmed from Chauhan Banager (Seelampur-55), Mewati Barwala from Rohini-C (Babana), and Mamta from Shalimar Bagh North. 

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