District Development Council election in Jammu and Kashmir

Lotus blooms in Jammu and Kashmir, BJP tweeted, Omar Abdullah said NC cannot be destroyed

  • The results of the majority of the District Development Council election in Jammu and Kashmir went out on Wednesday morning
  • The BJP succeeded in securing 74 seats, with the party thanking the people of Jammu and Kashmir

[avatar user=”Isha Yadav” size=”thumbnail” align=”left”]By Isha Yadav[/avatar]

The results of the majority of the District Development Council election in Jammu and Kashmir went out on Wednesday morning, in which the BJP succeeded in securing 74 seats, with the party thanking the people of Jammu and Kashmir “for their mistrust in the politics of politics” Terming the development and good governance outcome as a blooming lotus in Jammu and Kashmir, the party congratulated the “brave and dedicated workers who worked fearlessly and tirelessly to make this possible”.

“The DDC election result is a victory for the policies of the Government of India and the Jammu and Kashmir administration successfully winning the elections. The biggest victory is of the local people who have supported the democratic system of the country, ”said BJP general secretary Ram Madhav.

“This political race has demonstrated that regardless of what you do against the public convention, you can’t end its reality. Only the Almighty or the public have that power. Lies and propaganda spread but the truth will come out someday, ”said Omar Abdullah, leader of the National Conference and former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir.

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In the newly formed Union Territory, the leading judges of the elections are:

> The People’s Alliance for the Guptkar Manifesto (PAGD) won 110 seats and won the first district development council (DDC) elections.

> BJP arose as the single biggest party by making sure about 74 seats after securing the biggest vote share.

> However, Omar Abdullah said that the BJP cannot claim to be the largest party as regional parties contested fewer seats due to the alliance.

> After the peaceful conclusion of the eight-phase election from November 2 to December 19, the counting of votes for each of the 280 DDC constituencies in the 201 districts began on Tuesday morning.

>The aftereffects of four constituencies – Bandipora and Kupwara regions of North Kashmir and one in Poonch and Rajouri regions in Jammu locale – are as yet anticipated.

> Independent competitors have arisen as large champs in Jammu, out of which 49 have been announced chosen so distant from 280 seats, putting them in front of gatherings like Congress and PDP. In a major independent victory, Taranjit Singh defeated two-time BJP MLA and former minister Sham Lal Chaudhary by a margin of 11 votes in Suchetgarh in the Jammu region.

> Out of the seven former ministers contesting the DDC election in Jammu and Kashmir, five have won, while two belonging to the BJP have lost.

Former District Minister Sham Lal Chaudhary lost in Youth District Development Council (DDC) election in Suchetgarh constituency of Jammu district by a margin of 11 votes.

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