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DHCBA Elections 2019: Results As Per Exit Poll Survey

By LawStreet News Network      18 May, 2019 12:00 AM      0 Comments
DHCBA Elections 2019: Results As Per Exit Poll Survey

The Delhi High Court Bar Association (DHCBA) that went to poll on May 17, 2019, witnessed high percentage of polling in which total 4250 lawyers casted their votes to elect their preferred candidates for several posts.

The voting began at 10 am and concluded at 5 pm.

In this DHCBA Election, the members also had an option to select NOTA as their choice.

Below are the results as per the exit poll survey 2019 at 5 pm.

PRESIDENT

MOHIT MATHUR1265
RAJIV KHOSLA860
RAKESH TIKU850
JUGAL WADHWA700
PRADEEP K BAKSHI410
PRASANTA VARMA85
NOTA80
TOTAL4250

VICE PRESIDENT

JATAN SINGH1097
PAVAN NARANG847
B S MATHUR694
DILIP SINGH560
PRADEEP K MAHAJAN450
MANISHA TYAGI247
KAMAL K GHAI233
PANKAJ SINHA62
NOTA60
TOTAL4250

SECRETARY

 

ABHIJAT1965
PEEYOSH KALRA1230
NAVRATN RATNA CHAUDHARY380
RAJESH SHARMA295
ARVIND MISHRA280
NOTA100
TOTAL4250

JOINT SECRETARY

 

ANKUR GARG2494
AMIT SAXENA1696
NOTA60
TOTAL4250

TREASURER

MOHIT GUPTA1948
AMIT SHARMA1162
LB RAI810
PADAM SINGH AGGARWAL210
NOTA120
TOTAL4250

Result of the Election held on May, 17th  2019



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