BJP is leading the tally with 75 seats followed closely by J&K National Conference with 67 seats. Independents have won 49 seats, Mehbooba Mufti’s Peoples Democratic Party 27, Indian National Congress 26 while J&K Apni Party has bagged 12 seats and J&K People’s Conference 8 seats. CPI(M) has got 5 seats while JKPM bagged 3 seats and J&K National Panthers Party and PDF won two seats each.Bahujan Samaj party(BSP) has won one seat.
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People’s Alliance for Gupkar Declaration, led by Farooq Abdullah, bagged 112 seats in the first-ever elections to the 288 District Development Councils while Bharatiya Janata Party emerged as the single-largest party winning 74 seats as the counting of votes is underway.
Jammu and Kashmir BJP chief Ravinder Raina said that his party has performed well and has a cleary majority in six districts in Jammu.
“BJP has performed well. We have a clear majority in six districts in Jammu. Many independents have won there. It was BJP versus all. I think the way we have come up suggests that we have won. Seven parties together were against BJP,” Raina told ANI.
“In the coming times under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Jammu and Kashmir would flourish towards development. It is the first time in Jammu and Kashmir for BJP to emerge as the largest party. We will continue to move forward in the same path,” he added.
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Farooq Abdullah was chosen as president of the People’s Alliance for Gupkar Declaration, Mehbooba Mufti was picked to play a role of vice-president.
DDC elections in J&K: BJP wins 74 seats followed by J&K National Conference with 67 seats.
Jammu and Kashmir Union Territory, out of 280 District Development Council DDC constituencies, result of 276 seats has been declared.
Jammu and Kashmir State Election Authority, NC won 67, PDP-27, PDF-2, CPIM-5, JKPM-3, JKPC-8 in the DDC elections which were held in eight phases.
PAGD comprises of seven parties namely Jammu and Kashmir National Conference, People’s Democratic Party, Hakeem Mohammad Yaseen Shah’s Jammu and Kashmir People Democratic Front, Communist Party of India-Marxist, Javid Mustafa’s Jammu and Kashmir People Movement, Sajjad Lone’s Jammu and Kashmir People’s Conference and Muzaffar Shah’s Awami National Conference.
BJP is leading the tally with 74 seats followed closely by J&K National Conference with 67 seats.
Independents have won 49 seats, Mehbooba Mufti’s Peoples Democratic Party 27, Indian National Congress 26 while J&K Apni Party has bagged 12 seats and J&K People’s Conference 8 seats.
CPI(M) has got 5 seats while JKPM bagged 3 seats and J&K National Panthers Party and PDF won two seats each.
Bahujan Samaj party(BSP) has won one seat.
SEC informed that the results were declared in 278 seats barring Drugmulla in Kupwara and Hajin-A in Bandipora districts.
The SEC informed that Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) emerged the single largest party with registering win on 75 DDC constituencies followed by J&K National Conference with 67 seats while PDP won 27 and Indian National Congress (INC) Won 26 seats.
Similarly, newly formed J&K Apni Party (JKAP) won 12 while JKPC and CPI-M bagged 8 and 5 seats respectively, he added.
He further said that independents turned out to be the major reflection during these elections winning 18 percent of the total seats while registering their win on 50 seats.
Likewise, JKNPP and PDF registered win on two seats each and BSP emerged victorious on one seat from Kathua district.
The SEC further informed that 2855509 votes were counted in total in the 278 DDC constituencies.
Among the political parties BJP got 24.82 percent votes followed by JKNC with 16.46%, INC 13.82%, PDP 3.96%, JKAP 5.3%, JKPC 1.98 vote share while rest of the vote share went to others including independent candidates.
The SEC also lauded the efforts of all the employees, security forces, police personnel and health officials who remained engaged in the counting of votes till early morning on Wednesday.