Third Legislative Assembly of Delhi

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Legislative Assembly of Delhi
(Vidhan Sabha of Delhi)
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
Leadership
Chief Minister
Leader of the Opposition
Structure
Seats 70
Political groups
INC (47)
BJP (20)
JD (U) (1)
NCP (1)
IND (1)
Elections
FPTP
Last election
1998
Meeting place
Old Secretariat , Delhi, India
Website
Legislative Assembly of Delhi

The Third Legislative Assembly of Delhi was constituted in 2003 after Delhi Legislative Assembly election held on 1 December 2003.

Election and Government formation[edit]

Total six national parties, twelve state parties, forty-five registered (unrecognized) parties and other independent candidates contested for 70 assembly seats, with 47 seats, INC emerged as the single largest party and formed the Government with Sheila Dikshit as the Chief Minister. BJP won 20 seats and secured second position. JD(S), NCP and Independent contestant each won one seat.[1]

Electors[edit]

Male Female Total
Electors 47,56,330 36,91,994 84,48,324
Electors who voted 26,10,829 19,02,306 45,13,135
Polling percentage 54.89% 51.43% 53.42%

Candidates[edit]

Male Female Others Total
Candidates 739 78 0 817
Elected 63 7 0 70
Forfeited deposits 612 60 0 672

Elected members[edit]

# From To Position Name Party
01 2003 2008 Chief Minister Shiela Dixit INC
02 2003 2008 Speaker Ajay Maken INC
03 2003 2008 Deputy Speaker Krishna Tirath INC
04 2003 2008 Leader of the House Shiela Dixit INC
05 2003 2008 Leader of the Opposition Vijay Kumar Malhotra BJP

List of members[edit]

Default sort, in ascending order of constituency

# Assembly constituency Name Party
01 Adarsh Nagar Mangat Ram INC
02 Ambedkar Nagar Choudhary Prem Singh INC
03 Babarpur Vinay Sharma INC
04 Badarpur Ramvir Singh Bidhuri NCP
05 Badli Jai Bhagwan Aggarwal BJP
06 Baljit Nagar Krishna Tirath INC
07 Ballimaran Haroon Yusuf INC
08 Bawana Surender Kumar INC
09 Bhalswa Jahangirpur J. S. Chauhan INC
10 Chandni Chowk Parlad Singh Sawhney INC
11 Delhi Cantt Karan Singh Tanwar BJP
12 Gandhi Nagar Arvinder Singh Lovely INC
13 Geeta Colony Ashoka Kumar Walla INC
14 Ghonda Bheeshm Sharma INC
15 Gole Market Sheila Dikshit INC
16 Hari Nagar Harsharan Singh Balli BJP
17 Hastsal Mukesh Sharma INC
18 Hauz Khas Kiran Walia BJP
19 Janakpuri Jagdish Mukhi BJP
20 Jangpura Tarvinder Singh Marwah INC
21 Kalkaji Subash Chopra INC
22 Kamla Nagar Shadi Ram INC
23 Karol Bagh Surender Pal Ratawal BJP
24 Kasturba Nagar Shushil Choudhary BJP
25 Krishna Nagar Dr. Harsh Vardhan BJP
26 Madipur Mala Ram Gangwal INC
27 Mahipalpur Vijay Singh Lochav INC
28 Malviya Nagar Dr. Yoganand Shashtri INC
29 Mandawali Meera Bhardwaj INC
30 Mangol Puri Raj Kumar Chauhan INC
31 Matia Mahal Shoaib Iqbal JD (S)
32 Minto Road Tajdar Babar INC
33 Mehrauli Bhram Singh Tanvar BJP
34 Model Town Kanwar Karan Singh INC
35 Moti Nagar Madan Lal Khurana BJP
36 Najafgarh Ranbir Singh IND
37 Nand Nagari Baljor Singh INC
38 Nangloi Jat Bijender Singh INC
39 Nerela Charan Singh Kandera INC
40 Nasirpur Mahabal Mishra INC
41 Okhla Parvez Hasmi INC
42 Pahar Ganj Anjali Rai INC
43 Palam Dharam Dev Solanki BJP
44 Patel Nagar Rama Kant Goswami INC
45 Patparganj Amrish Singh Gautam INC
46 Qarawal Nagar Mohan Singh Bist BJP
47 Ram Nagar Moti Lal Sodi INC
48 R. K. Puram Barkha Singh INC
49 Rajinder Nagar Puran Chand Yogi BJP
50 Rajouri Garden Ajay Makan INC
51 Rohtas Nagar Ram Babu Sharma INC
52 Sadar Bazar Rajesh Jain INC
53 Sahibabad Daulatpur Kulwant Rana BJP
54 Saket Vijay Jolly BJP
55 Sarojini Nagar Ashok Ahuja INC
56 Seelampur Chaudhary Mateen Ahmad INC
57 Seema Puri Veer Singh Dhingan INC
58 Shahdara Narender Nath INC
59 Shakur Basti Dr. S. C. Vats INC
60 Shalimar Bagh Ravinder Nath Bansal BJP
61 Sultanpur Jai Kishan INC
62 Tilak Nagar O. P. Babbar BJP
63 Timarpur Surinder Pal Singh INC
64 Tri Nagar Anil Bhardwaj INC
65 Trilokpuri Bhrampal INC
66 Tughlakabad Ramesh Bidhuri BJP
67 Vishnu Garden A. Dayanand Chandila BJP
68 Vishwas Nagar Naseeb Singh INC
69 Wazirpur Mange Ram Garg BJP
70 Yamuna Vihar Shahab Singh Chauhan BJP

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