New Delhi: Ahead of the Assembly elections in Delhi, all the three major parties — AAP, BJP and Congress have released their list of candidates to emerge victorious in national capital’s 70-seat Assembly.

While the Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party announced its candidates on all 70 seats, the BJP and Congress, on the other hand, are yet to declare their candidate for 3 and 9 seats respectively.

The BJP has so far given tickets to 67 candidates. The party has set aside two seats for JDU, with whom it will fight Bihar election later this year, one has been kept aside for LJP. Sources say Sangam Vihar and Burari are kept for JDU while the Seemapuri seat is kept for LJP.

Delhi Assembly Election 2020: Party wise candidate list

AC. No.AC. NameAAPBJPINCSitting MLA
1NarelaSharad ChauhanNeldaman KhatriSiddarth KunduSharad Kumar (AAP)
2BurariSanjeev JhaYet to be declaredYet to be declaredSanjeev Jha (AAP)
3TimarpurDilip PandeySurendra Singh BittuMrs. Amar Lata SangwanPankaj Pushkar (AAP)
4Adarsh NagarPawan SharmaRajkmar bhatiMukesh GoalPawan Kumar Sharma (AAP)
5BadliAjesh YadavVijay bhagatDevender YadavAjesh Yadav (AAP)
6RithalaMahinder GoyalManish ChaudharryPradeep Kumar PandeyMohinder Goyal (AAP)
7BawanaJai Bhagwan UpkarRavindra Kumar IndrajSurender KumarRam Chander (AAP)
8MundkaDharampal LakraMastar Azad SinghDr. Naresh KumarSukhvir Singh (AAP)
9KirariRituraj JhaAnil JhaYet to be declaredRituraj Govind (AAP)
10Sultanpur MajraMukesh Kumar AhlawatRamchandra ChawdiaJai KishanSandeep Kumar (AAP)
11Nangloi JatRaghuvinder ShokeenSumanlata ShokeenMandeep SinghRaghuvinder Shokeen (AAP)
12Mangol PuriRakhi BidlanKamarsingh KarmaRajesh LilotiaRakhi Birla (AAP)
13RohiniRajesh Nama BansiwalaVijendra GuptaSumesh GuptaVijender Kumar (BJP)
14Shalimar BaghBandana KumariRekha GuptaJ.S NayolBandana Kumari (AAP)
15Shakur BastiSatyendra JainDr. SC VatsDev Raj AroraSatyendar Jain (AAP)
16Tri NagarPreeti TomarTilak Ram GuptaKamal Kant SharmaJitender Singh Tomar (AAP)
17WazirpurRajesh GuptaDr. Mahendra NagpalHad Kishan JindalRajesh Gupta (AAP)
18Model TownAkhilesh Pati TripathiKapil MishraMs. Akansha OlaAkhilesh Pati Tripathi (AAP)
19Sadar BazarSom DuttJai PrakashSatbir SharmaSom Dutt (AAP)
20Chandni ChowkParlad Singh SawhneySuman kumar GuptaMrs. Alka LambaAlka Lamba (AAP)
21Matia MahalShoaih IghalRavindra GuptaMirza Javed AliAsim Ahmed Khan (AAP)
22Ballimaranlmran I lussainLata SodhiHaroon YusufImran Hussain (AAP)
23Karol BaghVishesh RaviYogendra ChandoliaGaurav DhanakVishesh Ravi (AAP)
24Patel NagarRaaj Kumar AnandPravesh RatanSmt, Krishna TirathHazari Lal Chauhan (AAP)
25Moti NagarShiv Charan GodSubhas SachedevaRamesh Kumar PopliShiv Charan Goel (AAP)
26MadipurGirish SoniKailash SanklaJai Prakash PanwarGirish Soni (AAP)
27Rajouri GardenDhanwati ChandelaRamesh KhannaAmandeep Singh SudanManjinder Singh Sirsa (AAP)
28Hari NagarRajkumari DhillonTajinder Pal BaggaSurender SethiJagdeep Singh (AAP)
29Tilak NagarJarnail SinghRajiv BabbarS Ramindar Singh BamrahJarnail Singh (AAP)
30JanakpuriRajesh RishiAshish SoodMs. Radhika KheaRajesh Rishi (AAP)
31VikaspuriMahinder YadavSanjay SinghMukesh SharmaMahinder Yadav (AAP)
32Uttam NagarNaresh BalyanKrishan GehlotYet to be declaredNaresh Balyan (AAP)
33DwarkaVinay Kumar MishraPraduman RajputAdarsh ShastriAdarsh Shastri (AAP)
34MatialaGulab Singh YadavRajesh GehlotSumesh ShokeenGulab Singh (AAP)
35NajafgarhKailash GahlotAjit KharkhariSahib Singh YadavKailash Gahlot (AAP)
36BijwasanBS JoonSatyaprakash RanaPraveen RanaCol Devinder Sehrawat (AAP)
37PalamBhavna GaurVijay PanditYet to be declaredBhavna Gaur (AAP)
38Delhi CanttVirender Singh KadianManish SinghSandeep TanwarSurender Singh (AAP)
39Rajinder NagarRaghav ChadhaRP SinghRocky TuseedVijender Garg Vijay (AAP)
40New DelhiArvind KejriwalSunil YadavRomesh SabharwalArvind Kejriwal (AAP)
41JangpuraPraveen KumarSardar Impreet Singh BakshiTalvinder Singh MarwahPraveen Kumar (AAP)
42Kasturba NagarMadan LalRavindraAbhishek DuttMadan Lal (AAP)
43Malviya NagarSomnath BhartiShailendra Singh MontyMrs. Neetu VermaSomnath Bharti (AAP)
44R.K. PuramParmila TokasAnil SharmaMrs Pnyanka SinghParmila Tokas (AAP)
45MehrauliNaresh YadavKusum KhatriMohinder ChaudharyNaresh Yadav (AAP)
46ChhatarpurKartar Singh TanwarBramha Singh TanwarSatish LohiaKartar Singh Tanwar (AAP)
47DeoliPrakash JarwalArvind kumarArvinder SinghPrakash (AAP)
48Ambedkar NagarAjay DullKishiramYaduraj ChaudharyAjay Dutt (AAP)
49Sangam ViharDinesh MohaniyaYet to be declaredSmt. Poonam AzadDinesh Mohaniya (AAP)
50Greater KailashSaurabh E3haradwajShikha RaiSukhbir Singh PawarSaurabh Bharadwaj (AAP)
51KalkajiAtishiDharamveer SinghMrs Shivani ChopraAvtar Singh Kalkaji (AAP)
52TughlakabadSahi Ram PehlwanVikram Bidhuri (neice of Ramesh Bidhuri)Shubam SharmaSahi Ram (AAP)
53BadarpurRam Singh NetajiRamvir Singh BidhuriPramod Kumar YadavNarayan Dutt Sharma (AAP)
54OkhlaAmanatullah KhanBramha SinghParvez HashmiAmanatullah Khan (AAP)
55TrilokpuriRohit Kumar MehrauliaKiran VaidyaVijay KumarRaju Dhingan (AAP)
56KondliKuldeep Kumar (Nionu)Rajkumar DhilloAmareesh GauthamManoj Kumar (AAP)
57PatparganjManish SisodiaRavi NegiLaxman RawatManish Sisodia (AAP)
58Laxmi NagarNitin TyagiAjay kumar VarmaDr. Han Dutt SharmaNitin Tyagi (AAP)
59Vishwas NagarDeepak SinglaOP SharmaGurcharan Singh RauOm Prakash Sharma (BJP)
60Krishna NagarSK BaggaSanjay GoyalDr_ Ashok Kr WaliaS K Bagga (AAP)
61Gandhi NagarNaveen Choudhary (Deepu)Anil BajpayeeArvinder Singh LovelyAnil Kumar Bajpai (AAP)
62ShahdaraRam Niwas GopalYet to be declaredDr. Narender NathRam Niwas Goel (AAP)
63SeemapuriRajendra Pal GautamYet to be declaredVeer Singh DhinganRajendra Pal Gautam (AAP)
64Rohtas NagarSarita SinghJitendra MahajanVipin SharmaSarita Singh (AAP)
65SeelampurAbdul RehmanKaushal MishraCh Mateen AhmedMohd. Ishraque (AAP)
66GhondaSD SharmaAjay MahawatShri Dutt Sharma (AAP)
67BabarpurGopal RaiNaresh GaurMrs Anveeksha Tnpathi JainGopal Rai (AAP)
68GokalpurCh. Surendra KumarRanjit KashyapDr. S.P. SinghFateh Singh (AAP)
69MustafabadHaji YunusJagdish PradhanAli MehndiJagdish Pradhan (BJP)
70Karawal NagarDurgesh PathakMohan Singh BishtArbind SinghKapil Mishra (AAP)

The 70-member Delhi Assembly will go to the polls on February 8. The results will be declared on February 11. In 2015 elections, the AAP won 67 seats while the BJP got the rest three and the Congress drew a blank.