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NIRC-RC: The final results of Regional Council Elections

Rank
Name
City
Total
1st Pref Votes
1
KEDIA GOPAL KUMAR
NEW DELHI
1299
1162
2
CHUGH HANS RAJ
NEW DELHI
1299
842
3
GARG VISHAL
LUDHIANA
1299
1058
4
GUPTA SWADESH
DELHI
1299
872
5
BANSAL RADHEY SHYAM
DELHI
1299
800
6
ANAND YOGITA
NEW DELHI
1299
409
7
CHAWLA RAJ
DELHI
1278
518
8
BANSAL MANOJ KUMAR
NEW DELHI
1219
747
9
AGRAWAL HARIT
DELHI
1183
605
10
GARG DEEPAK
FARIDABAD
1152
809
11
NARANG RAJINDER
FATEHABAD
1145
702
12
AGRAWAL RAJESH KUMAR
NEW DELHI
1108
661
13
MAHESHWARI PRAMOD KUMAR
FARIDABAD
989
620
14
MAKKAR RAKESH
DELHI
896
437
15
ALOK KRISHAN
MOHALI
811
625
16
GARG GAURAV
DELHI
744
519
17
KHURANA VIVEK
DELHI
715
460
18
AJIT KUMAR
NEW DELHI
694
506
19
KATHPALIA ASHWANI KUMAR
NEW DELHI
650
505
20
KHETRAPAL RASHMI
GURGAON
599
344
21
AGRAWAL SUNIL KUMAR
DELHI
558
442
22
GARG SUMIT
DELHI
503
372
23
GOYAL SATISH
DELHI
491
401
24
BONS JAGMOHAN SINGH
NEW DELHI
426
324
25
JAIN ALOK
NEW DELHI
400
300
26
TAYAL ANIL
DELHI
384
309
27
RAJENDER ARORA
DELHI
363
286
28
KANWAR NITIN
DELHI
336
290
29
BANSAL PUNEET KUMAR
NEW DELHI
314
278
30
KEJRIWAL MAN MOHAN
NEW DELHI
309
294
31
ARORA TARUN
DELHI
232
203
32
KAPUR ANIL
NEW DELHI
216
204
33
SINGHAL SANJAY KUMAR
NEW DELHI
202
193
34
GUPTA DEEPAK
NEW DELHI
181
170
35
JAIN VINEET
NEW DELHI
168
150
36
RAJIV KUMAR
DELHI
139
132
37
GUPTA JITENDER
DELHI
120
116
38
JHA KUBER NATH
DELHI
99
99
39
SEKHON MALDEEP SINGH
DELHI
94
91
40
RASTOGI SUNIL KUMAR
DELHI
88
84
41
JAIN SUMNISH KUMAR
NEW DELHI
78
76
42
JAIN GAURAV
DELHI
74
73
43
MUKESH KUMAR JAIN
DELHI
46
45
44
TAYAL ASHWANI
BADDI
32
32
45
GOYAL ASHVANI
DELHI
22
22


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