Congress comes second in four Delhi constituencies

Four Congress candidates came second in the Delhi assembly polls with one of them losing the election by a small margin of votes.

New Delhi: Four Congress candidates came second in the Delhi assembly polls with one of them losing the election by a small margin of votes.

Hasan Ahmed, who contested the poll from Mustafabad, lost the seat to Jagdish Pradhan of the BJP by 6,031 votes.

Devender Yadav, who contested from Badli, lost the seat to AAP`s Ajesh Yadav by 35,376 votes.

Similarly, Congress` Rajkumar Chauhan and Shoaib Iqbal lost the poll to AAP`s candidates coming second.

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