Timeline for Voting of phase I Jammu & Kashmir Assembly Polls BEGINS

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Voting for phase I Jammu & Kashmir Assembly Polls BEGINS

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4.00 pm: Phase I Elections concludes peacefully; 70 percent turnout a show of DEFIANCE

j & k elections phase 1 polling percentages

 

 

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 Baroosa Clash: NC and PDP lock horns at polling booth, literally

 

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2.45 pm: (NADIHAL) Of the total 816 votes in Nadihal area of Bandipora 554 votes(~68%) were polled until 2 pm. Of these 297 were polled by men and 257 by women.

 

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2:38pm: (BANDIPORA) Mader area of Bandipora has witnessed brisk polling with 413 votes among the total 748 polled until 1 pm(~55%). Of these 219 votes were cast by men and 194 by women.
Meanwhile, the entire Bandipora town has been under massive military presence and the town is witnessing a complete shutdown.

 

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Gund polling station 

2:19pm: (KANGAN)  Brisk polling in being reported in Gund-A, 5O5 cast their vote out of 1O23(~50%). In Gund, B-358 cast their vote out of 423(~85%), till 1 pm.

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2:05 pm: (INDERWAL) Gorrow of Inderwal, Kishtwar district records 100 percent voting.

 

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TILL 2 pm: 

46.6% polling recorded in 15 constituencies of Jammu & Kashmir till 2 PM. Polling to go on till 4 PM

Polling begins in Kishtwar, Inderwal, Doda, Bhaderwah, Ramban and Banihal (in Jammu division); Gurez, Bandipora, Sonawari, Kangan and Ganderbal (in Kashmir division), Nobra, Leh, Kargil and Zanskar (in Ladakh).

Poll percentage Upto: 2.00 P.M

S. No. Constituency %age upto 10 am %age upto 12 Noon %age upto 2.00 pm
9-Gurez 24.00 % 37.54 % 66.50 %
10-Bandipora 15.44 % 32.72 % 49.84 %
11-Sonawari 16.70 % 38.99 % 60.79 %
16-Kangan 18.49 % 39.50 % 61.97 %
17-Ganderbal 13.69 % 31.17 % 44.80 %
47-Nobra 9.56 % 27.52 % 56.46 %
48-Leh 6.27 % 10.47 % 34.41 %
49-Kargil 4.00% 24.00 % 32.34 %
50-Zanskar 9.75 % 22.80 % 38.15 %
51-Kishtwar 15.56 % 36.57 % 59.54 %
52-Inderwal 16.84 % 39.67 % 59.26 %
53-Doda 14.00 % 41.90 % 57.00 %
54-Bhaderwah 14.00 % 37.20 % 56.00 %
55-Ramban (SC) 14.56 % 36.20 % 53.77 %
56-Banihal 14.82 % 36.89 % 57.55 %

 

 

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1.58 pm: (SUMBAL) Shadipora records 63% ( 940 votes) voting till 1 pm out of 1496 total voters.

 

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CONSTITUENCY WATCH:

 

KARGIL AT GLANCE:

KARGIL

 

ALSO READ:

ZANSKAR AT GLANCE

INDERWAL AT GLANCE

KANGAN AT GLANCE

 

 

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 1.23 pm: (BAROOSA) NC vs PDP fight at Baroosa, several youth got injured.

 

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1:21 pm: (RAMBAN) 37.2% exercise their vote in Ramban while 36.8% in Banihal till 12 noon.
Polling is picking up.

 

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12:30 pm: (SONAWARI) 45% percent (=1700) of 3740 voting complete in Safapora, Sonawari.


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TILL 12 pm: 

Polling begins in Kishtwar, Inderwal, Doda, Bhaderwah, Ramban and Banihal (in Jammu division); Gurez, Bandipora, Sonawari, Kangan and Ganderbal (in Kashmir division), Nobra, Leh, Kargil and Zanskar (in Ladakh).

Poll percentage Upto: 12 Noon

S. No.

Constituency

%age upto 10 am

%age upto 12 Noon

1. 9-Gurez 24.00 % 37.54 %
2. 10-Bandipora 15.44 % 32.72 %
3. 11-Sonawari 16.70 % 38.99 %
4. 16-Kangan 18.49 % 39.50 %
5. 17-Ganderbal 13.69 % 31.17 %
6. 47-Nobra 9.56 % 27.52 %
7. 48-Leh 6.27 % 10.47 %
8. 49-Kargil 4.00% 24.00 %
9. 50-Zanskar 9.75 % 22.80 %
10. 51-Kishtwar 15.56 % 36.57 %
11. 52-Inderwal 16.84 % 39.67 %
12. 53-Doda 14.00 % 41.90 %
13. 54-Bhaderwah 14.00 % 37.20 %
14. 55-Ramban (SC) 14.56 % 36.20 %
15. 56-Banihal 14.82 % 36.89 % 

 

 

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67% Candidates today are School Dropouts

In the five assembly segments of the valley going to polls in the first of the five-phased elections in J&K, more than 67 per cent candidates have had only school education or less. 

 

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Low Voter turnout in the morning due to Harsh Weather conditions

 

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Latest Updates in:

(RAMBAN) CLICK THIS LINK FOR MORE: At Polling Station Dukson, 20 votes were polled; at polling station-62, 32 votes were polled; at polling station 63, 45 votes were polled; Similarly, at Rajgar-64, 30 votes were polled while as at polling station-31, 27 votes were polled by 10 a.m.

 

(Kangan): 94 votes were polled at Vosun-A; Polling Station, at Kangan-B, 163 votes were polled; at Vailoo-B, 67 votes were polled and at polling station 32-Margan, 144 votes were polled.

 

BANDIPORA: At polling station-56, 142 votes were polled; at polling station-57, 99 votes were polled; at polling station-59; 115 votes were polled; at polling station-60; 132 votes were polled and at polling station-6; 123 votes were polled.

 

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11:36: OMAR  TWEETS AGAIN

Omar Abdullah Tweet Jammu Kashmir Assembly Elections 2014

 

 

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RELATED NEWS

11:30 am: (SONAWARI) 84-B-Rakhshilwat Out of 926 votes 264 have been cast. The voters include 148 males and 116 females.

 

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10:55 am: Kishtwar sees 15% voting = 11846 votes so far

                       Inderwal sees 34% voting = 20130 votes

 

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 TRIVIA: Over 3,000 Kashmiri Pandits to exercise their votes

 

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10:28 am: Conflict Between Congress and PDP supporters in DODA

Congress alleges cash distribution by PDP supporters to lure voters and this leads to clashes…

 

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10:20: (Bandipora): The native village of Higher Education Minister Akbar lone has witnessed 217 votes polled out of 857 while 200 votes were polled out of 1057 outside polling stations. 

 

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10:15 am: (Kangan) Updates from Kangan

In polling station 39-B and 40-C 185 and 187 votes were cast till 10: 15 am.

 

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TILL 10 am: 

Polling begins in Kishtwar, Inderwal, Doda, Bhaderwah, Ramban and Banihal (in Jammu division); Gurez, Bandipora, Sonawari, Kangan and Ganderbal (in Kashmir division), Nobra, Leh, Kargil and Zanskar (in Ladakh).

Poll percentage Upto: 10 a.m

S. No.

Constituency

%age

1. 9-Gurez 24.00 %
2. 10-Bandipora 15.44 %
3. 11-Sonawari 16.70 %
4. 16-Kangan 18.49 %
5. 17-Ganderbal 13.69 %
6. 47-Nobra 9.56 %
7. 48-Leh 6.27 %
8. 49-Kargil 4.00%
9. 50-Zanskar 9.75 %
10. 51-Kishtwar 15.56 %
11. 52-Inderwal 16.84 %
12. 53-Doda 14.00 %
13. 54-Bhaderwah 14.00 %
14. 55-Ramban (SC) 14.56 %
15. 56-Banihal 14.82 % 



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9:50 am: Sonawari Brisk polling at Sumbal, Sonawari in the first hour of polling.

 

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9:45 am: Inderkoot (G) polling booth sees 100 votes polled out of 1124.
Inderkoot (E) has had 62 votes polled out of 923 while 120 votes were polled out of 765 in Inderkoot (F)
Despite Chilling cold, long queues of voters being witnessed everywhere including aged people and women.
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9:40 am: (KISHTWAR) PDP Candidate Firdous Tak
Firdous Tak Kishtwar Jammu and Kashmir Assembly elections
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9: 30 am: Army Chief, General Dalbir Singh Suhag, to visit J&K to review security situation in the state in the wake of Assembly Elections.
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9:25 am: (KANGAN) 135 votes have been cast in Hariganiwan-17 in Kangan constituency
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9: 24 am: Vote with your heart, tweets CM Omar; polling for first phase underway in J&K
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9:00 am: (KISHTWAR) BJP Candidate Sunil Sharma from Kishtwar casts his vote
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8: 30 am: (GANDERBAL) The total number of registered voters at this booth are 642, of which around 50 votes have been cast.
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8: 15 am: (KISHTWAR) U4U Voice spots Kishtwar’s  celebrity politician Sajjad Kichloo

 

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7:15 AM

The First phase of elections in Jammu and Kashmir for 15 Assembly seats is now under way with early voters queuing up outside polling stations, officials confirmed.

A total of 123 candidates, including 36  independent candidates, are in the fray and they are vying for the attention of around 1 million voters spread in every region.

There a total of 15 constituencies out of which one is reserved for Scheduled castes.
The maximum number of 13 candidates are contesting from three constituencies, namely, Ganderbal, Bhaderwah and Banihal, while two – the lowest — are in the fray in Leh.Of the 123 candidates, only 2 women from Doda and Ramban each.In terms of electorate, the Bhaderwah constituency is the largest with 104631 voters  while Nubra  with the lowest,13054  voters.The Election Commission has deployed more than a lakh security forces personnel for a safe and liberal voting environment.