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Kapil Mishra, Vijender Gupta Headline BJP's First Candidate List for Delhi Elections. Check All 57 Names Here

File photo of BJP leader and former AAP MLA Kapil Mishra.

File photo of BJP leader and former AAP MLA Kapil Mishra.

The list, announced by Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari, includes sitting MLA Vijender Gupta, former mayors Ravinder Gupta and Yogender Chandolia, and former AAP MLA Kapil Mishra. It also includes 11 Scheduled Caste and four women candidates.

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New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has released its first list of candidates for the upcoming Delhi Assembly elections, naming candidates for 57 of the 70 seats that will go to the polls on February 8.

The list, announced by Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari at a press conference, includes sitting MLA Vijender Gupta, former mayors Ravinder Gupta and Yogender Chandolia and former AAP MLA Kapil Mishra. It also includes 11 Scheduled Caste and four women candidates. The BJP, however, did not name a candidate against AAP leader and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, with Tiwari saying the candidate from New Delhi seat will be announced soon.

Here’s the complete first list of candidates announced by BJP for Delhi elections:

1. Narela – Neeldaman Khatri

2. Seelampur – Surendra Singh Bittu

3. Adarsh Nagar – Rajkimar Bhatia

4. Badli – Vijay Bhagat

5. Rithala – Manish Chaudhary

6. Bawana – Ravindra Kumar Indraj

7. Mundka – Azad Singh

8. Kirari – Anil Jha

9. Sultanpur Majra – Ramchandra Chhavaria

10. Mangol Puri – Karam Singh Karma

11. Rohini – Vijendra Gupta

12. Shalimar Bagh – Rekha Gupta

13. Shakur Basti – S.C. Vats

14. Trinagar – Tilak Ram Gupta

15. Wazirpur – Mahendra Nagpal

16. Model Town – Kapil Mishra

17. Sadar Bazaar – Jay Prakash

18. Chandni Chowk – Suman Kumar Gupta

19. Matia Mahal – Ravindra Gupta

20. Ballimaran – Lata Sodhi

21. Karol Bagh – Yogendra Chandolia

22. Patel Nagar – Parvesh Ratan

23. Moti Nagar – Subhash Sachdeva

24. Madipur – Kailash Sankhla

25. Tilak Nagar – Rajeev Babbar

26. Janakpuri – Ashish Sood

27. Vikaspuri – Sanjay Singh

28. Uttam Nagar – Krishna Gehlot

29. Dwarka – Pradyumna Rajput

30. Matiala – Rajesh Gehlot

31. Najafgarh – Ajit Kharkhari

32. Bijwasan – Satprakash Rana

33. Palam – Vijay Pandit

34. Rajendra Nagar – R.P. Singh

35. Jangpura – Imrit Singh Bakshi

36. Malviya Nagar – Shailendra Singh Moti

37. R K Puram – Anil Sharma

38. Chhatarpur – Brahm Singh Tanwar

39. Deoli – Arvind Kumar

40. Ambedkar Nagar – Khushi Ram

41. Gretaer Kailash – Shikha Ray

42. Tughlakabad – Vikram Bidhuri

43. Badarpur – Ramveer Singh Bidhuri

44. Okhla – Brahm Singh

45. Trilokpuri – Kiran Vaid

46. Kondli – Rajkumar Dhilli

47. Patparganj – Ravi Negi

48. Lakshmi Nagar – Abhay Kumar Verma

49. Vishwas Nagar – O.P Sharma

50. Gandhi Nagar – Anil Vajpayee

51. Rohtas Nagar – Jitendra Mahajan

52. Seelampur – Kaushal Mishra

53. Ghonda – Ajay Mahavar

54. Baburpur – Naresh Gaud

55. Gokulpur – Ranjeet Kashyap

56. Mustafabad – Jagdish Pradhan

57. Karawal Nagar – Mohan Singh Bisht

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