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List of Jammu and Kashmir Lok Sabha Election 2019 winners

The key candidates in the fray are BJP's Jitendra Singh, PDP's Mehbooba Mufti, NC's Farooq Abdullah and Hasnain Masoodi, Congress' Ghulam Nabi Azad and Ghulam Ahmad Mir, Peoples Conference' Sajad Lone and Independent Engineer Rashid.

List of Jammu and Kashmir Lok Sabha Election 2019 winners
Jammu and Kashmir Lok Sabha election result 2019

Jammu and Kashmir has a total of six constituencies. The state witnessed a battle between Omar Abdullah led-National Conference, Mehbooba Mufti led-PDP, BJP and the INC.

The key candidates in the fray were BJP's Dr. Jitendra Singh, PDP's Mehbooba Mufti, NC's Farooq Abdullah and Hasnain Masoodi, Congress' Ghulam Nabi Azad and Ghulam Ahmad Mir, Peoples Conference' Sajad Lone and Independent Engineer Rashid.

The exit poll predicted that the Bharatiya Janata Party is most likely to win two of the six Lok Sabha seats in Jammu and Kashmir, Congress one in Ladakh and the National Conference will win all the three seats in the Valley. Mehbooba Mufti-led Peoples Democratic Party, which was once an ally of BJP, would end up with one or zero seats in Kashmir.

Here is the list of the successful candidates from Jammu and Kashmir in the Lok Sabha election 2019:

Constituency

Winner

Party

Baramulla

Mohammad Akbar Lone

Jammu & Kashmir National Conference

Srinagar

Farooq Abdullah

Jammu & Kashmir National Conference

Anantnag

Hasnain Masoodi

Jammu & Kashmir National Conference

Ladakh

Jamyang Tsering Namgyal

BJP

Udhampur

Dr. Jitendra Singh

BJP

Jammu

Jugal Kishore

BJP

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Jammu and Baramulla, which went to polls under the first phase of Lok Sabha election, saw a voter turnout of 72.16 per cent and 34.61 per cent respectively.

The first phase of the polling in Anantnag district on April 23 saw the highest turnout, at 13.61, while the second phase, involving the Kulgam district, on April 29 saw the voting percentage dip to 10.32.

Shopian and Pulwama, which went to polls on May 6, recorded only 3 per cent polling. Udhampur, which went to polls on April 18, saw a voter turnout of 70 per cent while Srinagar witnessed a low turnout of 14.8 per cent.