Kejriwal will contest elections again, Sheila Dikshit was also defeated
Kejriwal will contest elections again, Sheila Dikshit was also defeated

New Delhi: AAP chief and CM Arvind Kejriwal is again going to enter the electoral arena from the New Delhi Assembly seat. Earlier, he has been elected MLA from this seat twice. He will be in the field to ensure his victory from here 3 times. After the formation of the Aam Aadmi Party in 2012, as the head of the party, for the first time, it was decided to contest the 2013 Assembly elections from the New Delhi seat in front of the then Chief Minister Sheila Dixit. Sheila Dixit was a big name in Delhi politics at that time. She had become the Chief Minister of Delhi for 3 consecutive times. In the electoral history, this contest regarding the New Delhi seat was very interesting.

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According to sources, Arvind Kejriwal, the chief of AAP, formed after the Anna movement, defeated Sheila Dixit by 25,864 votes after contesting from the constituency. Kejriwal formed the government in Delhi with the help of 8 Congress MLAs. Congress did not support when Kejriwal brought the Jan Lokpal Bill in the Delhi Assembly after being in government for 49 days. This bill has not passed. After this Kejriwal resigned from the government. Assembly elections were held again in 2015. BJP gave a ticket to Nupur Sharma, former president of Delhi University Students' Union. Arvind Kejriwal was also victorious in this match and became Chief Minister for the second consecutive time. He defeated Nupur Sharma by more than 31 thousand votes.

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One look at New Delhi seat: There are 1 lakh, 44 thousand 509 voters, in New Delhi seat. There are 79047 males and 65461 females. It is being said that 2301 voters are above 80 years and 344 are disabled voters. About 10 thousand voters are slum dwellers. Here the number of employees working in the central government is more.

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