DDC polls: National Conference wins 25 of 140 seats in Jammu, BJP emerges as largest party

DDC polls: National Conference wins 25 of 140 seats in Jammu, BJP emerges as largest party

Former chief minister Farooq Abdullah-led National Conference (NC) has won twenty five of the one hundred forty seats within the Jammu region of Jammu & geographical area within the District Development Council (DDC) elections. The People’s Alliance for Gupkar Declaration (PAGD) sweptwing the polls within the geographical area depression. The six-party grouping was junction rectifier by the Old North State within the initial major direct polling exercise within the region when the scrapping of its special standing in August last year.

People’s political party (PDP) of another former chief minister Mehbooba Mufti, that is additionally a neighborhood of PAGD, might win just one seat within the Jammu region’s Nowshera.

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) emerged because the largest party in Jammu with seventy one seats whereas the Congress won seventeen, Jammu & geographical area Apni Party 3, Panthers Party 2 seats, and Bahujan Samaj Party one.

The BJP fielded central ministers like Jitendra Singh and Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi for movement within the eight-phase polls and managed to win 3 out of one hundred forty seats in geographical area.

In a tweet, NC leader Omar Abdullah same on Tuesday, “I perceive the temptation to play the three seats the BJP has won within the depression however why to underplay the thirty five wins/leads of the @JKPAGD in Jammu province. we have a tendency to aren’t geographical area primarily based parties, we have a tendency to ar political parties with robust support in each geographical area AND Jammu.”

BJP’s voice Anil Gupta known as the results a “victory for democracy” and a “slap” for people who were voice communication Kashmiri folks had lost religion in democracy when scrapping the special standing. “The BJP did well all across Jammu & geographical area…,” he said

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