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Srinagar Parliamentary Constituency Map and Election Results

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Srinagar Lok Sabha Elections Update 2019

4:37 PM - Voters turnout in Jammu and Kashmir
4:37 PM
 
Voters turnout in Jammu and Kashmir
 
Till 3 PM in Jammu and Kashmir voters turnout was reported to be 38.5% which includes 5.7% of Srinagar.
12:23 PM - Omar Abdullah Cast His Vote- Sri Nagar
12:23 PM
 
Omar Abdullah Cast His Vote- Sri Nagar
 
Omar Abdullah and Farooq Abdullah recently cast their votes at Munshi Bagh polling station in Srinagar for Lok Sabha constituency. Omar Abdullah in one of his statements quoted that soon Lok Sabha polls are about to be concluded and this time they are wishing that EC will give Jammu and Kashmir an elected government which is their right.
Update on Upcoming Phase II Lok Sabha Elections 2019

This Parliamentary Constituency will be going for Genetal Election 2019 of Lok Sabha phase II on 18th April'18


General Election Candidate List 2019
PartyConstituencyCandidate Name
BJPSrinagarShri Khalid Jahangir
ShivsenaSrinagar Abdul Khaliq Bhat
PDPSrinagar Aga Syed Mohsin
NCSrinagar Farooq Abdullah
INCSrinagar -


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--
Srinagar General Election Result 2014

CandidateParty Votes
Tariq Hameed KarraJammu & Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party157,923
Farooq AbdullahJammu & Kashmir National Conference115,643
Aga Syed MohsinIndependent16,050
Fayaz Ahmad BhatBharatiya Janata Party4,467
Dr Raja Muzaffar BhatAam Aadmi Party3,271
Mirza Sajad Hussain BeighIndependent2,802
Abdul Rashid TantrayIndependent1,668
Bashir Mohd ReshiIndependent1,215
Mohammad Shafi GurooIndependent1,157
Rabia AltafIndependent864
Chetan SharmaIndependent608
Mohammad Maqbool MalikJammu & Kashmir National Panthers Party583
Mushtaq ShamimAkhil Bharatiya Muslim League (Secular)521
Riyaz Ahmad WaniIndependent461
None of the AboveNone of the Above4,979


Srinagar Parliamentary Constituency (Lok Sabha) Election Results





List of Winning MP and Runner up from 1967 to till date from Srinagar Lok Sabha Constituency



YearState NamePC CodePC NamePC TypeWinnerSexPartyTotal VoteRunner UpSEXPARTYTotal Vote
1967Jammu And Kashmir2SrinagarGENB.G. MohamadMJKN59415A.M. TariqMINC50179
1971Jammu And Kashmir2SrinagarGENShamim Ahmad ShamimMIND128948Bakhshi Gulam Mohd MINC71140
1977Jammu And Kashmir2SrinagarGENAkbar Jahan BegamMJKN210072Molvi Iftikhar Hussain AnsariMIND87431
1980Jammu And Kashmir2SrinagarGENFarooq AbdullahMJKNReturned UncontestedN.AN.AN.AN.A
1984Jammu And Kashmir2SrinagarGENAbdul Rashid KabuliMJKN367249Muzaffer Ahmed ShahMIND80972
1996Jammu And Kashmir2SrinagarGENGhulam Mohammad MirMINC55503Farooq Ahmad AnderabiMJD53904
1998Jammu And Kashmir2SrinagarGENOmar AbdullahMJKN144609Aga Syed MohdiMINC73770
1999Jammu And Kashmir2SrinagarGENOmer AbdullahMJKN55542Mebooba MuftiMIND18683
2004Jammu And Kashmir2SrinagarGENOmar AbdullahMJKN98422Advocate Ghulam Nabi LoneMJKPDP75263
2009Jammu And Kashmir2SrinagarGENAbdullah,Dr. Farooq MJ&KNC147035Iftikhar Hussain AnsariMJKPDP116793
2014Jammu And Kashmir2SrinagarGENTariq Hameed Karra MJKPDP157,923Farooq AbdullahMJ&KNC115,643


Assembly Constituencies in Srinagar Parliamentary Constituency
KanganIdgahSonawar
GandarbalKhanyarBatmaloo
HazratbalHabbakadalChadoora
ZadibalAmirakadalBadgam
BeerwahKhansahibChrari-Sharif


  Parliamentary Constituencies in Jammu & Kashmir  
PC No.PC NamePC No.PC Name
1Baramulla4Ladakh
2Srinagar5Udhampur
2Anantnag6Jammu




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