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Jammu and Kashmir Elections Update 2019

12:28 PM - Jammu & Kashmir Elections Result Update
12:28 PM 
Jammu & Kashmir Elections Result Update
As per Lok Sabha elections result 2019, Farooq Abdullah was spotted dancing at the office of his party after winning this time in elections. From Jammu and Kashmir, he was up from Srinagar Lok Sabha constituency, and he witnessed his success against that of Aga Syed Mohsin of Peoples Democratic Party, that too by the margin of 70050 number of votes. 
10:15 AM - Jitendra Singh and Farooq Abdullah leading in Jammu and Kashmir
10:15 AM
Jitendra Singh and Farooq Abdullah leading in Jammu and Kashmir
Election Results 2019
As per Lok Sabha election results update 2019, Farooq Abdullah the President of National Conference and Jitendra Singh leader of BJP, along with GA Mir the President of Congress state are successfully leading in their respective constituencies. This information is provided by the news sources as per the early trends of vote count, which begun from the early hours in Jammu and Kashmir.
3:55 PM - Another grenade explosion in Pulwama, J&K Election Update
4:05 PM
Chattapora, J&K Election Update
Another grenade explosion in Pulwama
Today during Lok Sabha elections 2019, another grenade explosion was reported outside a polling station of Chattapora around 12:30 pm. But the reports state that their was no loss to life and property.


2:15 PM

Jammu and Kashmir Election Voting Latest Updates

6.33% voter turnout in Jammu & Kashmir Till 1 PM
As per Election Commission India, the percentage in Jammu and Kashmir at 1 pm, was 6.33. The constituency-wise turnout percentage is as follows:
Voter Trun Out Till 1 PM
Anantnag - 1.44%
Ladakh - 21.01%


1:00 PM - Khrew: Voters turned up in hundreds- J&K Election News
1:00 PM
Jammu & Kashmir Latest Election Updates
Khrew: Voters turned up in hundreds
Today during Lok Sabha elections 2019, at 7 polling booths which are set up near Boys Higher Secondary at Khrew of Pulwama, and reportedly falls under the Anantnag constituency, here hundreds of voters turned up to exercise their votes.
10:05 AM - Jammu & Kashmir Elections Update 2019
10:05 AM
Jammu & Kashmir Lok Sabha Elections Update 2019
In Pulwama no casualties are reported after grenade blast
As per reports, today during early hours of the day, grenade explosion was reported at the polling station of Pulwama, Jammu and Kashmir. Where polling for Lok Sabha elections 2019 is already underway, for the Lok Sabha seat of Anantnag constituency. The police informed to the sources that no casualties are found due to the grenade blast that was lobbed today, towards the Rohmoo polling station of Pulwama.
9:55 AM - Jammu & Kashmir Lok Sabha Election Live Updates
9:55 AM
Petrol Bomb is Reported - Jammu & Kashmir Live Updates 2019
Today while Lok Sabha elections 2019, a Petrol bomb is reported to be thrown at the polling booth in Tral. The reports state that no casualty has been reported until now.
8:50 AM - Pulwama, Lok Sabha elections live updates
8:50 am
Pulwama, Lok Sabha elections live updates
Today in between Lok Sabha elections 2019, Grenade explosion is said to have taken place at one of the polling booths of Pulwama.
J&K - 2019 Lok Sabha Elections Phase V Latest News Update
Jammu and Kashmir General Election Latest Updates
The following 2 Parliamentary Constituencies of Jammu & Kashmir are taking part in Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Phase V
  1. Ladakh
  2. Anantnag
Update on Upcoming Lok Sabha Elections 2019- Phase IV

Polling will be held in Kulgam Distt. from Anantnag Parliamentary Constituency of Jammu & Kashmir in Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Phase IV.

Jammu & Kashmir Lok Sabha Election 2019 Dates

StatePhase I (91)Phase II (97)Phase III (115)phaseIV (71)Phase V (51)phase VI (59)Phase VII(59)
Jammu & Kashmir11/Apr18/Apr23/Apr29/Apr06/May--

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  Election Highlights  
Quick Facts No. of PCs: 6
No. of Polling Days: 2
Polling Dates: 11 April (Phase 1), 18 April (Phase 2)
Poll Expenditure Limit per Candidate : Rs. 70 lakhs

Jammu And Kashmir Parliamentary Constituency Winners 2009

PC No.PC NameCategoryWinning CandidateGenderPartyTotal Votes
1BaramullaGENSharief Ud Din ShariqMJ&KNC203022
2SrinagarGENFarooq AbdullahMJ&KNC147035
3AnantnagGENMirza Mehboob BegMJ&KNC148317
4Ladakh(ST)Hassan KhanMIND32701
5UdhampurGENCh. Lal SinghMINC231853
6JammuGENMadan Lal SharmaMINC382305

  Parliamentary Constituencies in Jammu & Kashmir  
PC No.PC NamePC No.PC Name

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