Delhi BJP Candidates List for Lok sabha Elections 2014

Delhi BJP Candidates List for Lok sabha Elections 2014 information and details has been provided here. In previous article, we have provided Aam Aadmi Party’s candidates list for General Elections of India 2014. In this article, we are going to provide list of Bharatiya Janata Party candidates list for all fans.BJP LogoBJP has performed well in Delhi Assembly Elections 2013 but they didn’t able to form government due to less numbers of seats. They have performed well but not as expected. They were not able to form government as well as not impressive numbers of seats as survey predicted.

List of candidates from Bharatiya Janata Party in General Elections of India

1. Chandni Chowk – Shri Harsh Vardhan
2. North East Delhi – Shri Manoj Tiwari
3. East Delhi – Shri Mahesh Giri
4. New Delhi – Smt. Meenakshi Lekhi
5. North West Delhi (SC) – Shri Udit Raj
6. West Delhi – Shri Parvesh Verma
7. South Delhi – Shri Ramesh Bidhuri

To win good numbers of lok sabha seats from Delhi state, BJP has fielded their most important leaders such as Shri Harsh Vardhan. He will contest from Chandni Chowk lok sabha seat against AAP’s Ashutosh and Indian National Congress Kapil Sibbal. It is the most interesting lok sabha seat because these three parties has fielded their main leaders on this seat. Dr. Harsh Vardhan is the most important leader from Delhi BJP. While Kapil Sibbal is the current HRD Minister in UPA Government. While Ashutosh is the spokesperson and big political leader from Aam Aadmi Party. So, it is the most interesting lok sabha seat in Delhi.

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