Bozidar Delic was born on 8 January 1956 in the village of Petrovac near Djakovica in Kosovo-Metohija.
He attended the first four grades of elementary school in his native village and the following four grades in Djakovica. He entered the Military Academy Land Forces in Belgrade and graduated in Sarajevo in 1977. After finishing school, he was assigned as an infantry second lieutenant to Bileca, on his first service, where he worked at the former training centre for reserve officers.
From 2002 to 2005, he was on duty in the Operations Directorate at the General Staff of the Yugoslav Armed Forces and the Armed Forces of Serbia and Montenegro. He retired in 2005.
In the parliamentary elections of 2007 he was elected member of parliament and then Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia. He was re-elected as member of parliament in the parliamentary elections of 2008 and re-elected as Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly. He was a member of the parliamentary committees on security and on Kosovo-Metohija.
In January 2022, he founded the movement "There’s No Going Back - Serbia is Behind" with which he took part in the 2022 general elections in Serbia, in the coalition HOPE, whose Electoral List he headed in the parliamentary elections.