For the impending civic elections in Delhi, a total of 2,012 candidates have submitted their nomination papers to the electoral commission, according to sources.
All 750 candidates for the AAP, BJP, and Congress, the three largest parties in the national capital, as well as nominees from other parties and a sizable number of independents, submitted their nominations on Monday, the final day for filing documents. According to the sources, data analysis from submitted nominations continued until the early hours.
The Municipal Corporation of Delhi will hold elections for its 250 wards. The election officials have received 2,564 nominations altogether from 2,012 candidates.
Officials had stated on Monday that the nominations process had been entirely smooth and that thorough preparations had been made at the headquarters of each RO.
The Municipal Corporation of Delhi will hold elections for its 250 wards. Votes will be tabulated on December 4, and results will be announced on December 7.
The BJP has governed the civic bodies since 2007.The BJP had won 181 of the 270 wards in the civic election of 2017. Due to the passing of two candidates, no voting could be done. The BJP obtained the most number of seats. In all three corporations, The Congress had won 27 wards, while the AAP had taken 48. The BJP has governed the civic bodies since 2007.
The much-anticipated election will be held between the two phases of the Gujarat assembly elections, which are scheduled for December 1 and 5, and will be the first civic vote following the new delineation process. The BJP, AAP, and Congress are the three major parties that will take part in the election campaign.
Delhi MCD AAP Candidates 2022
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) released the first list of134 candidates on November 11. On the list of 134 candidates for the Delhi MCD in 2022, 60 of them are women, a sign of the Aam Aadmi Party’s (AAP) strength. The party has made a number of promises to the community that will be fulfilled after they win.
The AAP announced their second candidate out of 117 for the forthcoming Delhi MCD elections on November 13.
Delhi MCD BJP Candidates 2022
On Monday, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) unveiled its second list of 18 candidates for the upcoming elections for the Municipal Corporation of Delhi. The party announced 232 candidates’ names earlier last week.
The party claimed that by featuring 126 female candidates as opposed to 106 male ones, it had increased the representation of women. 52 former council members, including nine former mayors, as well as three previous candidates for the Assembly in this year’s local government elections have been retained by the party.
Delhi MCD Congress Candidates 2022
The list of 250 candidates for the upcoming elections for the Municipal Corporation of Delhi was made public by the Congress on Sunday.
Delhi Congress president Anil Chaudhary took his Twitter handle to announce the list. He said, “I am pleased to announce the approved list of Congress candidates for MCD Election 2022. Best wishes to all warriors,” while attaching the list of the candidates.
There are three distinct zones within the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD): North Delhi, South Delhi, and East Delhi. In this election, 104 councillors for the North and South Delhi Municipal Corporation and 64 for the East Delhi Municipal Corporation are chosen.
As the Delhi Elections are about to take place next month, there has been a significant increase in discussion about party manifestos and promises made. The parties are utilising every tactic to snag additional seats. The AAP publishes the list of candidates.
Star campaigners are being employed by the parties to win over voters one by one. On the MCD website, you can view the candidate list for the Delhi local elections. AAP has made the list public; soon, the other parties will do the same.
Elections for the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) in Delhi were already postponed. The decision to combine the three corporations in Delhi into one was made administratively, which caused the delay. There will be a tug of war between the parties during the MCD elections. 1,46,73,847 votes have been cast in total in Delhi. The parties must win over voters by leveraging their advantages.