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J-K body elections: BJP biggest party in Jammu, Congress ahead in the valley

The People’s Democratic Party (PDP), the National Conference, the CPM and the BSP boycotted the elections in four phases. Let us state that the elections in the state are held after 13 years.


The results of the body elections in Jammu and Kashmir have already come. In Jammu, BJP has emerged as the largest party, whereas Congress has done better in the valley. In the state, BJP has won 100 seats, Congress 157 and independent candidates won 178 seats.

Jammu region includes Samba, Kathua, Reasi, Doda, Kishtwar, Ramban, Udhampur, Poonch and Rajouri districts. In the valley there are Srinagar, Baramulla, Kupwara, Budgam, Anantnag, Pulwama, Shopian, Kulgam, Bandipora and Ganderbal districts. In Leh, Congress captured all the 13 wards, whereas in Kargil, Congress won six more independents in seven wards.

J-K body elections: BJP biggest party in Jammu, Congress ahead in the valley

Independent candidates supported by former minister and chief convention of People’s Conference, Gani Lone, captured all 13 wards in the election of the Handwara body committee in Kupwara. Junaid Azim matched the main candidates who won, who left the regional NC expressing disagreement with the decision to boycott the National Conference election. At the same time senior Congress leader Tariq Hamid Karra’s wife Asifa Tariq Karra was one of the key candidates to lose.

Significantly, the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), the National Conference, the CPM and the BSP boycotted the elections in the four phases. Let us state that the elections in the state are held after 13 years.

BJP’s state chief Ravinder Raina, while leading the party’s function at the party headquarters, said that it is a victory for the people and people have expressed their trust in us. We will continue to serve the people with our best capability.

J & K National Panthers Party has failed to open its account in most wards, including the Jammu Municipal Corporation. Party President and former minister Harshdev Singh accused of rigging and claimed that due to electronic voting machine (EVM) BJP won.

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