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BCD Elections: Adv. Nitin Ahlawat Jumped to Second Position.

By LawStreet News Network      29 March, 2018 01:11 AM      0 Comments

In the ongoing vote-counting of the Bar Council of Delhi elections, Adv. Nitin Ahlawat Jumped from fourth to second

One such candidate is Adv. Nitin Ahlawat, stepped up with 821 votes on March 29th, 2018. Adv. Ajayinder Sangwan is still holding onto the first position with 1155 votes.

Adv. Murari Tiwari with 813 votes and Adv. Piyush Gupta with 774 votes.

As Days are passing whole BCD Election is getting more interesting and more competitive. Stay tuned with, Law Street Journal to know more about who is winning and who is losing in the BCD elections

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