Delhi Rajendra Nagar Bypolls 2022 Result AAP Durgesh Pathak Wins BJP ANN
Delhi Assembly Election Result: Durgesh Pathak from Aam Aadmi Party...
Delhi Assembly Election Result: Durgesh Pathak from Aam Aadmi Party has won in Delhi’s Rajendra Nagar assembly by-election. Durgesh Pathak has defeated BJP candidate Rajesh Bhatia by 11,555 votes. With this, the Aam Aadmi Party has taken possession of Delhi’s Rajendra Nagar seat for the third time, which has made it clear that the Aam Aadmi Party’s power in Delhi continues to be strong. Votes were cast on this seat on 23 June, after which the counting of votes started at 8:00 am on 26 June i.e. Sunday.
With the counting of votes, Durgesh Pathak was leading from Aam Aadmi Party in every round of counting, in the seventh round of counting, Durgesh Pathak led by 5024 votes, in which AAP got 17,491 votes, BJP got 12,467 and Congress got 684 votes. . Prior to this, Durgesh Pathak was seen making an edge in every consecutive round and after 17 rounds of counting, in the end, Durgesh Pathak won by a margin of more than 11 thousand votes.
CM Kejriwal reacted
After the victory of Durgesh Pathak, CM Kejriwal tweeted and said, ‘Heartfelt gratitude to the people of Rajendra Nagar. I am grateful for this unfathomable affection and love of the people of Delhi. This inspires us to work harder and serve. People defeated his dirty politics and appreciated our good work. Thank you Rajendra Nagar, thank you Delhi.
By-elections were held on 23 June
After registering a resounding victory on this, the Aam Aadmi Party has captured this seat for the third time and has proved that the Aam Aadmi Party’s power in Delhi continues, let us tell you that the former MLA from this seat, Raghav Chadha The seat fell vacant after K became a Rajya Sabha MP from Punjab, after which by-elections were held on 23 June.
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