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    Trilokpuri Assembly Seat Result 2020 LIVE: AAP’s Rohit Kumar Mehraulia wins

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    Trilokpuri Assembly Seat Result 2020 LIVE: AAP’s Rohit Kumar Mehraulia leading by 16315 votes. Counting underway

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    Trilokpuri Assembly Seat Result 2020 LIVE: “I take responsibility for the party’s performance, we will analyse the factors behind this. Reason for the drop in our vote percentage is politics of polarization by both BJP and AAP”, said Subhash Chopra, Delhi Congress Chief.

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    Trilokpuri Assembly Seat Result 2020 LIVE: Aam Aadmi Party’s Rohit Kumar Mehraulia maintains lead.

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    Trilokpuri Assembly Seat Result 2020 LIVE: Aam Aadmi Party’s Rohit Kumar Mehraulia leading. Counting underway

  • 9:11 AM IST

    Trilokpuri Assembly Seat Result 2020 LIVE: Sanjeev Kumar, Returning officer, AC-55 Trilokpuri: There are total 13 rounds of counting. Right now, postal ballots are being counted. The first round of counting will be completed by around 9 am. First trends will emerge around 10 am

  • 9:04 AM IST

    Trilokpuri Assembly Seat Result 2020 LIVE: Sanjeev Kumar, Returning officer, AC-55 Trilokpuri: There are total 13 rounds of counting. Right now, postal ballots are being counted. The first round of counting will be completed by around 9 am. First trends will emerge around 10 am

  • 9:03 AM IST

    Trilokpuri Assembly Seat Result 2020 LIVE: “Wait for the final result, we are going to register a massive win”, said Sanjay Singh, AAP MP on early trends

  • 8:59 AM IST

    Trilokpuri Assembly Seat Result 2020 LIVE: AAP crosses majority mark in early trends, BJP distant second. Counting underway

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    Trilokpuri Assembly Seat Result 2020 LIVE: Counting Underway

Trilokpuri Assembly Seat Result 2020: The results for elections to Trilokpuri Assembly seat of Delhi will be declared on Tuesday. Scores of polling staff has been deployed at the counting centres to avoid untoward incident. Polling on Trilokpuri Assembly seat was held along with the other 69 Vidhan Sabha seats in a single phase on February 8, Saturday. Also Read - Shatabdi Roy Meets Mamata's Nephew Abhishek Banerjee, Says She Is Not Leaving TMC

In 2015 and 2013, Raju Dhingan of Aam Aadmi Party had won the seat. In 2008, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) had won the seat and Sunil Kumar was selected as the MLA. Also Read - Subhra Kundu, Wife of Rose Valley Group Chief Gautam Kundu, Arrested By CBI

However, this time Dhingan was one of those 15 AAP MLAs who were replaced by the party. Also Read - Karnataka: Is BJP Planning to End Taluk Panchayat? Congress Questions State's Intention

This year the seat witnessed a tough fight among AAP’s Rohit Kumar Mehraulia, BJP’s Kiran Vaidya and Congress’s Vijay Kumar.

Reportedly, Kiran vaidya had a key role in rumour mongering during 2014 riots. In 2014, a minor fist-fight during a ‘Maata ki chowki’ on the kind of music to be played turned into a communal clash, thanks to fake news getting viral on WhatsApp.

Areas under this constituency

Trilokpuri, Kotla Village, Mayur Vihar, New Ashok Nagar, Mayur Vihar Phase 1 extension fall under this constituency