National Conference has bagged all three parliamentary constituencies in Kashmir valley while BJP is set to win the rest of three seats in Jammu and Ladakh.
In 2009, Farooq Abdullah had emerged victorious in this seat by defeating the JKPDP candidate by a margin of 30,242 votes which was 10.69% of the total votes polled. JKN had a vote share of 51.99% in 2019, in the constituency. There were 15 contestants in 2009.
This is the fourth win in a Lok Sabha election for the 83-year-old three time former chief minister, who has so far lost an election only once in his 42-year political career since his debut in 1980.
PDP President Mehbooba has conceded defeat by congratulating NC and maintaining that the people of the state have every right to be angry with her and that she accepts the verdict with humility.
1:15 PM: Farooq Abdullah leads with 98145 votes
1 PM Round 17:
NC 91601, PDP 31365, BJP 1743, PC 23972, Shiv Sena 460
12:30 PM: 69010 votes to NC, BJP 1285, NPP 419, PC 16284, PDP 22756, Shiv Sena 333.
11:40 AM: National Conference president Farooq Abdullah has taken an unassailable lead of over 40000 votes in Srinagar Lok Sabha seat.
National Conference president Farooq Abdullah is set to retain his Srinagar Lok Sabha seat as early trends give him a lead over his rivals.
According to figures, Farooq Abdullah is leading in Srinagar by nearly 30000 votes.
1 PM: Total 87341. NC 31721 Congress 25136 PDP 21432 BJP 1919
12:30 PM: Round 37; Total 75776 votes. NC: 26691, Congress: 22803, PDP 18495, BJP: 1633
Figures at the end of round 30: Total 63269; NC 22391; Congress 19005; PDP 15355
National Conference: 18204, Congress: 16668, PDP: 12498, BJP: 1222
11 AM: After taking a lead for sometime, G A Mir of Congress again trails behind Hasnain Masoodi of National Conference
At the end of 24th round of counting, Masoodi is leading with 962 votes
10 AM: Justice (retd.) Hasnain Masoodi of National Conference is leading from Anantnag Lok Sabha constituency.
At the end of 13th round of counting of votes, Masoodi had got 7279 votes while his nearest rival of Congress, G A Mir has got 7104 votes.
Former Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti has finished at third position with 5034 votes while BJP’s Sofi Yousuf has got just 305 votes.
NC leading from Baramulla Lok Sabha constituency
JKNC Akbar Lone= 114152
Er Rasheed = 87983
PDP Ab Q Wani= 49898
PC Raja Aijaz Ali= 90302
Congress Haji Farooq Ahmd Mir= 24999
12 PM: NC: 80821, Er Rasheed: 65097, PC: 65633
NC: 64027, Er Rasheed: 52383 and PC: 51107
11 AM: Former NC MLA Muhammad Akbar Lone is leading with 3658 votes from Baramulla Lok Sabha constituency.
Earlier Er Rasheed was leading from the seat. However, as the counting progressed, Lone took a lead over Rasheed who is still at number two.
Sajjad Lone-led Peoples Conference has got 35472 votes while Peoples Democratic Party had got 21911 votes at the end of round 14.
10 AM: Er Rasheed leading from Baramulla Lok Sabha constituency
Former MLA Langate Er Rasheed is leading from Baramulla Lok Sabha constituency in his maiden election for the Parliament.
Er Rasheed has got 32950 votes while his nearest rival of National Conference Muhammad Akbar Lone has got 31150 votes.
Sajjad Lone-led Peoples Conference has got 24800 votes while Peoples Democratic Party had got 16100 votes.
1 PM: Sixth round of polling completed; BJP’s Dr Jitendra Singh got 330695 votes, Congress’ Vikramaditya Singh 105668 votes and NPP’s Harsh Dev Singh 10288 votes
Fifth round of polling completed
BJP’s Dr Jitendra Singh got 254017 votes, Congress’ Vikramaditya Singh 132690 votes and NPP’s Harsh Dev Singh 8762 votes
12 PM: Fourth round of polling completed
BJP’s Dr Jitendra Singh got 208165 votes, Congress’ Vikramaditya Singh 105510 votes and NPP’s Harsh Dev Singh 7291 votes
1 PM: Jugal Kishore leading with 554013 votes in Jammu seat
11 AM: Jugal Kishore of BJP leading with a huge margin of 68067 votes
Dr Jitendra Singh of BJP leading with a massive margin of 119259 votes
1 PM: Jamyang Tsering Namgyal of BJP leading with 26716 votes
Independent candidate Sajad Hussain leading with 1942 votes