Vijender Singh, India’s simplest Olympic bronze-medal triumphing boxer, is the Congress’s candidate from the South Delhi Lok Sabha seat, which votes on May 12. The seat is witnessing a 3-cornered contest among Mr. Singh, Aam Aadmi Party’s Raghav Chadha, and BJP parliamentarian Ramesh Bidhuri. The 33-yr-old pugilist from Haryana’s Bhiwani was named using the Congress for the South Delhi constituency on April 22. On becoming a member of the Congress, the ace boxer said his questioning pertains to the ideology and the birthday celebration leadership.
Vijender Singh, a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) in Haryana, declared an annual profit of Rs. Forty-five lakh in 2017-18. His movable and immovable property is worth Rs. Three.Fifty-seven crore and Rs.5.05 crore, respectively.
The high-profile boxer, who received the bronze medal in the 2008 Olympics, stopped aggressive boxing and joined the expert circuit in 2015. His awesome boxing career contains a gold medal at the Asian Games, 3 medals at the Commonwealth Games, and more than one Asian Championship medals.
A trailblazer within the boxing ring, Vijender Singh’s 20-yr sports adventure won him of a’s highest wearing honor — Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award and the fourth maximum civilian honor – Padma Shri in 2010. In 2013, he turned into accused of purchasing heroin via Punjab Police; however, he was cleared of it after a dope check via the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA).
The South Delhi Lok Sabha constituency, with a wide variety of Jat and Gurjar electorate, is one of the seven Lok Sabha constituencies in the countrywide capital that got here into lifestyles in 1966. After the parliamentary constituencies’ delimitation, given that 2008, the constituency accommodates 10 Delhi Vidhan Sabha segments – Chattarpur, Palam, Bijwasan, Kalkaji, Mehrauli, Deoli, Ambedkar Nagar, Sangam Vihar, Tughlaqabad, and Badarpur.
Vijender Singh’s Rivals In Lok Sabha Election 2019
Aam Aadmi Party candidate Raghav Chadha from the South Delhi Lok Sabha constituency contests the election for the primary time. The 31-yr-vintage chartered accountant joined the birthday party in 2012 as its countrywide treasurer and a national spokesperson. Mr. Chadha, who is recognized to be close to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, introduced that his first precedence would be to fight to make Delhi a complete country.
The 1/3 vital contender for the South Delhi seat is sitting lawmaker Ramesh Bidhuri. The 3-time lawmaker received the seat in 2014 with 4,97,980 votes (45.34 in keeping with cent). Mr. Bidhuri has movable and immovable belongings well worth Rs. 18 crores, an growth of close to Rs. Three.5 crores inside the closing five years, in keeping with his affidavit.