Sixth Legislative Assembly of Delhi

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Legislative Assembly of Delhi
(Vidhan Sabha of Delhi)
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
Term limits
Feb 2015 - Jan 2020
Leadership
Speaker of the Assembly
Dy. Speaker
Chief Minister
Leader of the House
Leader of the Opposition
Secretary
P.N. Mishra
Structure
Seats 70
Delhi Legislative Assembly 2015.svg
Political groups
  AAP: 66 seats
  BJP: 4 seats
Length of term
5 years
Elections
First-past-the-post
Last election
7 February 2015
Meeting place
Old Secretariat , Delhi, India
Website
Legislative Assembly of Delhi

The Sixth Legislative Assembly of Delhi was constituted on 14th Feb 2015 after the 2015 Delhi Legislative Assembly elections were concluded earlier that month.[1]

Election and Government formation[edit]

Elections for 70 assembly seats in Delhi were concluded on 07th Feb 2015 and results were announced on 10th Feb 2015, the Aam Aadmi Party got a sweeping majority by winning 67 out of 70 seats. The Bharatiya Janata Party managed only 3 seats and all other parties, including the Indian National Congress could not manage to win any seats. AAP got 54.3% (4,879,127), BJP got 32.2% (2,891,510) and INC got 9.7% (867,027) of total votes polled. A total of 6 national parties, 10 state parties, 55 registered (unrecognised) parties and 1 independent candidate contested for the 70 assembly seats.[2][1][3]

On 14th Feb 2015, Arvind Kejriwal was sworn in as the eighth Chief Minister of Delhi. Along with Kejriwal, six ministers were also sworn in.[4][5]

As on 28th August 2017, AAP had 66 MLA, 4 belongs to BJP.

BJP won the Rajouri Garden assembly constituency in Feb 2017 By Poll Election.

AAP won the Bawana assembly constituency in Aug 2017 By Poll Election.

Electors[edit]

Male Female Others Total
Electors 73,89,089 59,19,127 5,999 1,33,09,078
Electors who voted - - - -
Polling percentage - - - 67.08%

Candidates[edit]

Male Female Others Total
Candidates 607 66 0 673
Elected 64 6 0 70
Forfeited deposits - - - -

Important members[edit]

# From To Position Name Party
01 2015 Incumbent Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal AAP
02 2015 Incumbent Speaker Ram Niwas Goel AAP
03 2015 Incumbent Deputy Speaker Rakhi Birla AAP
04 2015 Incumbent Leader of the House Arvind Kejriwal AAP
05 2015 Incumbent Leader of the Opposition [[vacant ]

Ministry[edit]

# From To Name Position / Portfolio / ministry
01 2015 Incumbent Arvind Kejriwal Chief Minister, Water
02 2015 Incumbent Manish Sisodia

Deputy Chief Minister, Tourism, Education, Finance, Planning, Land & Building, Vigilance, Services, Women & Child, Art, Culture & Languages, And all other Departments not specifically allotted to any Minister

03 2015 Incumbent Satyendar Jain

Health, Industries, Public Work Department, Power, Home, Urban Development

04 2015 Incumbent Gopal Rai

Employment, Development, Labour, General Administration Department, Irrigation & Flood Control

05 2015 Incumbent Imran Hussain

Food & Supply, Environment & Forest, Election

06 2015 Incumbent Rajendra Pal Gautam

Gurudwara Elections, SC & ST, Social Welfare, Cooperative

07 2015 Incumbent Kailash Gahlot

Administrative Reforms, Information & Technology, Law, Justice & Legislative Affairs, Transport, Revenue

[5][6]

List of members[edit]

Default sort, in ascending order of constituency

# Assembly constituency Name Party
01 Adarsh Nagar Pawan Kumar Sharma AAP
02 Ambedkar Nagar Ajay Dutt AAP
03 Babarpur Gopal Rai AAP
04 Badarpur Narayan Dutt Sharma AAP
05 Badli Ajesh Yadav AAP
06 Ballimaran Imran Hussain AAP
07 Bawana Ram Chander AAP
08 Bijwasan Devinder Kumar Sehrawat AAP
09 Burari Sanjeev Jha AAP
10 Chandni Chowk Alka Lamba AAP
11 Chhatarpur Kartar Singh Tanwar AAP
12 Delhi Cantt Surinder Singh AAP
13 Deoli Prakash Jarwal AAP
14 Dwarka Adarsh Shastri AAP
15 Gandhi Nagar Anil Kumar Bajpai AAP
16 Ghonda Shri Dutt Sharma AAP
17 Gokalpur Fateh Singh AAP
18 Greater Kailash Saurabh Bharadwaj AAP
19 Hari Nagar Jagdeep Singh AAP
20 Janakpuri Rajesh Rishi AAP
21 Jangpura Praveen Kumar AAP
22 Kalkaji Avtar Singh AAP
23 Karawal Nagar Kapil Mishra AAP
24 Karol Bagh Vishesh Ravi AAP
25 Kasturba Nagar Madan Lal AAP
26 Kirari Rituraj Govind AAP
27 Kondli Manoj Kumar AAP
28 Krishna Nagar S.K. Bagga AAP
29 Laxmi Nagar Nitin Tyagi AAP
30 Madipur Girish Soni AAP
31 Malviya Nagar Somnath Bharti AAP
32 Mangol Puri Rakhi Birla AAP
33 Matia Mahal Asim Ahmed Khan AAP
34 Matiala Gulab Singh AAP
35 Mehrauli Naresh Yadav AAP
36 Model Town Akhilesh Pati Tripathi AAP
37 Moti Nagar Shiv Charan Goel AAP
38 Mundka Sukhvir Singh AAP
39 Mustafabad Jagdish Pradhan BJP
40 Najafgarh Kailash Gahlot AAP
41 Nangloi Jat Raghuvinder Shokeen AAP
42 Nerela Sharad Kumar AAP
43 New Delhi Arvind Kejriwal AAP
44 Okhla Amanatullah Khan AAP
45 Palam Bhavna Gaur AAP
46 Patel Nagar Hazari Lal Chauhan AAP
47 Patparganj Manish Sisodia AAP
48 R.K. Puram Parmila Tokas AAP
49 Rajinder Nagar Vijender Garg Vijay AAP
50 Rajouri Garden Manjinder Singh Sirsa BJP
51 Rithala Mohinder Goyal AAP
52 Rohini Vijender Gupta BJP
53 Rohtas Nagar Sarita Singh AAP
54 Sadar Bazar Som Dutt AAP
55 Sangam Vihar Dinesh Mohaniya AAP
56 Seelampur Mohammad Ishraque AAP
57 Seemapuri Rajendra Pal Gautam AAP
58 Shahdara Ram Niwas Goel AAP
59 Shakur Basti Satyendra Kumar Jain AAP
60 Shalimar Bagh Bandana Kumari AAP
61 Sultan Pur Majra Sandeep Kumar AAP
62 Tilak Nagar Jarnail Singh AAP
63 Timarpur Pankaj Pushkar AAP
64 Tri Nagar Jitender Singh Tomar AAP
65 Trilokpuri Raju Dhingan AAP
66 Tughlakabad Sahi Ram AAP
67 Uttam Nagar Naresh Balyan AAP
68 Vikaspuri Mahinder Yadav AAP
69 Vishwas Nagar Om Prakash Sharma BJP
70 Wazirpur Rajesh Gupta AAP

[7]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Election Results". Election Commission of India official website. Retrieved 8 January 2017. 
  2. ^ "Statistical Reports" (PDF). Election Commission of India website. Retrieved 8 January 2017. 
  3. ^ "Comprehensive Election results". Election Commission of India website. Retrieved 8 January 2017. 
  4. ^ "Arvind Kejriwal takes oath". The Economic Times. Retrieved 8 January 2017. 
  5. ^ a b "Six Ministers sworn in". The Hindu. Retrieved 8 January 2017. 
  6. ^ "Arvind Kejriwal's cabinet". The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 8 January 2017. 
  7. ^ "Election result". Election commission of India website. Retrieved 8 January 2017.