J&K DDC Election : BJP Shines , Gupkar alliance wins majority

J&K, 23/12 (AO Bureau): The round of counting in the District Development Council (DDC Election 2020) election in Jammu and Kashmir has also been almost completed. This election was very special for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Even though the Gupkar Alliance has succeeded in securing a majority, the saffron party has emerged as the largest party by winning 74 seats so far. If seen from the area, the BJP has not been able to show anything amazing in the Kashmir Valley.

The results of 276 seats have been revealed in the elections held in 280 seats. The big parties of the Gupakar coalition have won 67 seats to the National Conference, 27 to the People’s Democratic Party, and Congress to 26 seats. PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti seems quite happy with this performance of the alliance. He wrote, “The elections completed in a peaceful and impartial manner are a victory for democracy, but the ground reality was far from normal against which the Gupakar coalition contested.”

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