AAP in the road of familyism, offered admission to their spouse as opposed to Jitendra Tomar

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In the Delhi Assembly Election 2020, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) changed its prospects from Trinagar seat. Earlier, the party had selected previous minister Jitendra Tomar with this chair, nevertheless now their title was altered to their spouse Preeti Tomar. Actually, Jitendra Tomar is responsible of providing incorrect information into the election affidavit. Jitendra Tomar's legislature ended up being canceled by the Delhi High Court into the 12 months 2015.

new Delhi: In the Delhi Assembly Election 2020, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) changed its prospects from Trinagar seat. Earlier, the party had selected previous minister Jitendra Tomar with this chair, nevertheless now their title was altered to their spouse Preeti Tomar. <! –

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                 Actually, Jitendra Tomar is responsible of providing incorrect information into the election affidavit. Jitendra Tomar's legislature ended up being canceled by the Delhi High Court into the 12 months 2015.

List of Aam Aadmi Party prospects
Narela- Sharad Chauhan, Burari- Sanjeev Jha, Timarpur- Dilip Pandey, Adarsh ​​Nagar- Pawan Sharma, Badli- Ajesh Yadav, Rithala- Mahendra Goyal, Bawana- Jai Bhagwan Upkar, Mundka- Dharampal Lakra, Kiradi- Rituraj Jha, Sultanpur Majra- Mukesh Kumar Ahlawat, Nangloi Jat – Raghuvinder Shaukeen, Mangolpuri – Rakhi Birlan, Rohini – Rajesh Vanshiwala, Shalimar Bagh – Vandana Kumari.

Similarly, Shakurbasti- Satyendar Jain, Trinagar- Preeti Tomar, Wazirpur- Rajesh Gupta, Model Town- Akhilesh Pati Tripathi, Sadar Bazar- Somdutt, Chandni Chowk- Prahlad Singh Sahni, Matia Mahal- Shoaib Iqbal, Ballimaran- Imran Hussain, Karolbag- Special Ravi, Patel Nagar – Rajkumar Anand, Modi Nagar – Shivcharan Goyal, Madipur – Girish Soni, Rajouri Garden – Dhanwati Chandela, Hari Nagar – Rajkumari Dhillon, Tilak Nagar – Jarnail Singh, Janakpuri – Rajesh Sage

Further written when you look at the number is Vikaspuri- Mahendra Yadav, Uttam Nagar- Naresh Balyan, Dwarka- Vinay Kumar Mishra, Matiala- Gulab Singh Yadav, Najafgarh- Kailash Gehlot, Bijwasan- B.S. June, Palam- Bhavna Gaur, Delhi Cantonment- Virender Singh Kadayan, Rajendra Nagar- Raghav Chadha, New Delhi- Arvind Kejriwal, Jangpura- Praveen Kumar, Kasturba Nagar- Madanlal and Malviya Nagar- Somnath Bharti.

Voting in Delhi will likely to be held on 8 February. The counting of ballots will need location on 11 February. In the past set up election, the Aam Aadmi Party won 67 away from 70 chairs. The Bharatiya Janata Party-Shiromani Akali Dal alliance got three chairs together with Congress failed to get just one chair.

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