These Eight girls candidates gained in Delhi elections

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Arvind Kejriwal had expressed confidence in girls candidates in 9 of the 70 seats.

new Delhi: In Delhi (AAP), the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has gained 62 out of 70 seats with a hat-trick of victories. A complete of Eight girls candidates have gained this election and the large factor is that each one are from the Aam Aadmi Party. In this election, AAP fielded 9 girls candidates, out of which the individuals of Delhi have proven their confidence in 8. <! –

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Arvind Kejriwal had expressed confidence in girls candidates in 9 of the 70 seats. Out of which Atishi, Rakhi Birla, Bhavna Gaur, Pramila Tokas, Dhanwati Chandela, Bandana Kumari, Preity Tomar and Raj Kumari Dhillon waved the victory flag.

Not Amanatullah Khan however this AAP candidate gained the most important

Atishi gained the Kalkaji Assembly seat by 11,393 votes. He has defeated Shivani Chopra of Congress and Dharambir Singh of BJP. AAP's Pramila Tokas gained her RK Puram meeting seat once more. He defeated Anil Kumar Sharma of BJP by over 10,000 votes.

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In Mongol Puri Assembly constituency, Rakhi Birla of AAP defeated Karam Singh Karma of BJP by a margin of 30,116 votes. Bhavna Gaur of the AAP gained the Vijay Pandit of BJP by 32,765 votes in Palam meeting constituency. Dhanwati Chandela, who contested from Rajouri Garden on an AAP ticket. He gained the seat by defeating BJP's Ramesh Khanna by 22,972 votes.

In Shalimar Bagh seat, BJP's Rekha Gupta misplaced to AAP's Bandana Kumari by solely 3,000 votes. The Tri Nagar seat additionally relied on the AAP candidate. Here Preity Tomar of AAP defeated BJP's Tilak Ram Gupta by 10,710 votes. Raj Kumari Dhillon of AAP, who contested from Hari Nagar, defeated BJP chief Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga by over 20,000 votes.

Let us let you know that within the Delhi elections, the three largest events AAP, BJP and Congress gave tickets to 24 girls candidates.

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