New Delhi: Lok Sabha's seat in South Delhi has 10 constituencies: Bijwasan, Palam, Mehrauli, Chhatarpur, Deoli, Ambedkar Nagar, Sangam Vihar, Kalkaji, Tughlakabad and Badarpur. Of these meeting seats, AAP won 9, while BJP won only at one seat in Badarpur.
1. Bijwasan: Bhupinder Singh Joon of Aam Aadmi Party defeated Satprakash Rana of BJP with a narrow lead of 753 votes. In the 2015 general election, AAP Colonel Devinder Sehrawat won against Bijwasan after defeating BJP's Sat Prakash Rana by 19,536.
The Lok Sabha constituency in South Delhi has a total of 2,012,252 eligible voters, of whom 1,10,770 are male, 90,414 are female and 68 are third-gender voters.
A total of 13 candidates tried their luck from this place, while there were 6 candidates in 2015.
2. Palam: Bhavna Gaur of AAP defeated Vijay Pandit of BJP with a lead of over 32,000 votes. In the 2015 Delhi general election, Gaur defeated the BJP candidate with 30,849 votes.
A total of 2,47,306 voters were present in Palam's 2020 election, including 1.33,280 men, 1.14,012 women and 14 third-gender voters. This constituency has a population of 10.85%.
3. Mehrauli: AAP's Naresh Yadav defeated Kusum Khatri of BJP by 18,161 votes. In the 2015 Delhi elections, Naresh Yadav defeated the BJP candidate with 16,951 votes. In the 2013 election of the Assembly, Pravesh Sahib Singh Verma of BJP won this seat.
The total number of voters in Mehrauli is 2,03,623, of which 1,13,515 were male, 90,100 were female and 8 were of the third sex. In 2015 there were a total of 1.81.393 eligible voters, including 1.03.227 men, 78.062 women and 16 third-sex voters.
4. Chhatarpur: AAP's Kartar Singh Tanwar defeated Brahm Singh Tanwar of BJP with a lead of 3,720 votes. In the 2015 parliamentary elections, KS Tanwar defeated Brahm Singh of the BJP with a lead of 22,240 votes. Brahm Singh Tanwar won the seat in 2013.
Of the total of 2,18,580 eligible voters, 1,25,850 are male, 92,729 female and 1 third-gender voter in Chhatarpur.
5. Deoli: AAP's Prakash Jarwal defeated BJP candidate Arvind Kumar by 40,173 votes from this reserved constituency (SC). Prakash Jarwal won this seat in the 2015 general election after defeating the BJP candidate with 63937 votes. Jarwal had also won from this place in 2013.
There are a total of 2,36,617 eligible voters, of which 1.32,372 were men, 1.04,224 were women and 21 were of the third sex in the 2020 general election.
6. Ambedkar Nagar: Aam Aadmi party candidate Ajay Dutt won this seat again and defeated BJP rival Khushiram Chunar with 28,327 votes from this reserved seat (SC).
Ajay Dutt won this seat in the 2015 general election by defeating the BJP candidate by 42,460 votes. AAP candidate Ashok Kumar won the seat in 2013.
There are a total of 1,57,034 voters, including 83,771 men, 73,241 women and 22 third-party voters in the 2020 general election. In 2015 there were a total of 1.39,676 voters, of which 76,191 were men, 63,410 were women and 7 were third-party voters.
7. Sangam Vihar: AAP's Dinesh Mohania defeated BJP's Shiv Charan Lal Gupta by 42,522 votes. In the 2015 parliamentary elections in Delhi, Dinesh Mohaniya had won the BJP candidate by 43,988 votes. Mohania had also won from this place in 2013.
There were a total of 1.88,980 eligible voters in the 2020 elections, including 1.09,460 men, 79.509 women and 11 third-gender voters.
8. Kalkaji: Aam Aadmi Party Atishi won this seat with a lead of 11393 votes against BJP's Dharambir Singh. In the 2015 general election, Avtar Singh of AAP won this seat after defeating the BJP candidate by 19,769 votes.
BJP candidate Harmeet Singh won this seat in the 2013 election.
In the 2020 general election, there were a total of 1.85,837 voters, including 1.03,535 men, 82,296 women and 6 third-gender voters, and in the 2015 election were 1.64,319 voters, of which 92,022 were male, 72,206 were female and 11 were third-party voters Were gender.
9. Tughlakabad: AAP's Sahiram defeated BJP's Vikran Bidhuri with a lead of 13758 votes. In the 2015 general election, Sahi Ram won Tughlakabad and defeated BJPs Ramesh Bidhuri with 33,701 votes. Remarkably, Ramesh Bidhuri won this seat in both 2013 and 2008 polls.
A total of 1.77,616 voters will be admitted to the 2020 general election, including 1.05,674 men, 71,926 women and 16 third-sex voters.
In the 2015 election, there were a total of 1.55,327 eligible voters, of which 94.813 were male, 60.480 female and 10 were of the third sex.
10. Badarpur: BJP's Ramvir Singh Bidhuri defeated AAP's Ram Singh Netaji by over 3700 votes. AAP's Narayan Dutt Sharma held this seat in the 2015 Delhi elections by defeating BJP candidate Ramvir Singh Bidhuri by 47,583 votes.
Ramvir Singh Bidhuri won the seat in the 2013 general election, and in 2008 Ram Singh Netaji was elected from the seat on the Bahujan Samaj Party map.
A total of 3,21,392 voters were present in the 2020 election, of which 1.85,442 are male, 1.35,905 are female and 45 are third-party voters.