Mcd Elections: 16 Former Councilors Face To Face In The Field

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Interesting contest is expected in eight wards in MCD’s election field. Here 16 former councilors are fighting each other. Not only this, there are many former councilors among them who were in the same party till some time before the MCD elections, but now rebelling from their party and contesting as independents.

Gulab Singh Rathore of BJP and Ajay Sharma of Aam Aadmi Party in Ward No. 8 Mukundpur, Manisha Karala of Mango and Nirmala Vats of Congress in Ward No. 33 Ranikheda, Shivangi of BJP and Mandeep Singh of Congress in Ward No. 47 Nihal Vihar. BJP’s Ajay and AAP’s KN Raja in Ward No-61 Kohat Enclave, BJP’s Avtar Singh and AAP’s Vikas Tank from Ward No-73 Civil Line, BJP’s Suman Dagar and Independent Meena Kumari from Ward No-126 Isapur, Ward no. From 127, AAP’s Rajbir Dabas and independent last Gehlot and BJP’s Rajpal Singh and AAP’s Indu are trying their luck in ward number-174 Srinivaspuri.

Similarly, Manisha Karala and Nirmala Vats, who are contesting from Ward No. 33, were earlier in the Congress, but some time before the MCD elections came near, Manisha Karala left the Congress and joined the Aam Aadmi Party. Similarly, Suman Dagar and Meena Kumari from ward number-126 were also in BJP.

Although Meena Kumari had won the last election as an independent, she had joined the BJP after becoming a corporator, but now she is once again contesting as an independent after not getting a ticket from the BJP.

The assets of the outgoing 84 councilors contesting the elections increased by 49%.
There has been an increase of about 49 percent in the assets of the 84 outgoing councilors contesting the MCD elections. Their average assets in the year 2017 were Rs 2.93 crore, which increased to Rs 4.37 crore. In this way, his assets have increased by an average of Rs 1.44 crore.

As per reports, BJP candidate from Ward No-59 Paschim Vihar Vineet Vohra has declared the maximum increase in his assets by Rs 28.61 crore. He had assets worth Rs 9.33 crores in the year 2017, while in the year 2022 he has assets worth Rs 37.94 crores. The assets of BJP candidate Nandini Sharma from Ward No-149 Malviya Nagar have increased by Rs 25.58 crore to Rs 49.84 crore.

Similarly, the property of Shikha Rai, the BJP candidate from Ward No. 173 Greater Kailash, has increased by Rs.6 crore. In the year 2017, the property of Shikha, the owner of property worth Rs 6.81 crore, has increased to Rs 12.81 crore.

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Interesting contest is expected in eight wards in MCD’s election field. Here 16 former councilors are fighting each other. Not only this, there are many former councilors among them who were in the same party till some time before the MCD elections, but now rebelling from their party and contesting as independents.

Gulab Singh Rathore of BJP and Ajay Sharma of Aam Aadmi Party in Ward No. 8 Mukundpur, Manisha Karala of Mango and Nirmala Vats of Congress in Ward No. 33 Ranikheda, Shivangi of BJP and Mandeep Singh of Congress in Ward No. 47 Nihal Vihar. BJP’s Ajay and AAP’s KN Raja in Ward No-61 Kohat Enclave, BJP’s Avtar Singh and AAP’s Vikas Tank from Ward No-73 Civil Line, BJP’s Suman Dagar and Independent Meena Kumari from Ward No-126 Isapur, Ward no. From 127, AAP’s Rajbir Dabas and independent last Gehlot and BJP’s Rajpal Singh and AAP’s Indu are trying their luck in ward number-174 Srinivaspuri.

Similarly, Manisha Karala and Nirmala Vats, who are contesting from Ward No. 33, were earlier in the Congress, but some time before the MCD elections came near, Manisha Karala left the Congress and joined the Aam Aadmi Party. Similarly, Suman Dagar and Meena Kumari from ward number-126 were also in BJP.

Although Meena Kumari had won the last election as an independent, she had joined the BJP after becoming a corporator, but now she is once again contesting as an independent after not getting a ticket from the BJP.

The assets of the outgoing 84 councilors contesting the elections increased by 49%.

There has been an increase of about 49 percent in the assets of the 84 outgoing councilors contesting the MCD elections. Their average assets in the year 2017 were Rs 2.93 crore, which increased to Rs 4.37 crore. In this way, his assets have increased by an average of Rs 1.44 crore.

As per reports, BJP candidate from Ward No-59 Paschim Vihar Vineet Vohra has declared the maximum increase in his assets by Rs 28.61 crore. He had assets worth Rs 9.33 crores in the year 2017, while in the year 2022 he has assets worth Rs 37.94 crores. The assets of BJP candidate Nandini Sharma from Ward No-149 Malviya Nagar have increased by Rs 25.58 crore to Rs 49.84 crore.

Similarly, the property of Shikha Rai, the BJP candidate from Ward No. 173 Greater Kailash, has increased by Rs.6 crore. In the year 2017, the property of Shikha, the owner of property worth Rs 6.81 crore, has increased to Rs 12.81 crore.

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