Congress elections: 95% votes polled in J-K

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Around 95 percent overall polling was recorded in Jammu and Kashmir in the Congress President’s elections, the polling of which was held today, simultaneously, at both places in Srinagar and Jammu Hqs of the party.

Out of total 340, 321 votes polled, in J-K said Ranjit Ranjan(MP) Returning Officer for J-K. It comes to around 95 percent, she said.

93 percent polling was recorded in the elections of Congress President in Jammu.

Disclosing this here today at the close of poll, Assistant Pradesh Returning Officer (APRO) Dr Amee Yagnik along with another APRO Sdr Sukhwant Singh Brar said that 151 votes were polled in Jammu out of which 148 votes were polled from Jammu quota while two voters of Kashmir province were allowed to poll here while Amee Yagnik also polled her vote here being on elections duty.

Ten delegates of Jammu province were allowed to poll votes in Kashmir or elsewhere in the country as per norms. Hence 158 out of 170 delegates in Jammu province exercised their votes , thus counting 93 percent of total votes.

Ranjit Ranjan cast her vote in Srinagar Where JKPCC President Vikar Rasool, former PCC President G A Mir and other top leaders of Kashmir too cast their votes.

In Jammu, several former ministers, former legislators and senior functiinaries of PCC, Dist Presidents, including Working President Rămân Bhalla, Mula Ram, Ravinder Sharma, Yogesh Sawhney, Jahangir Mir, Shabir Khan, Manmohan Singh, Th Balbir Singh, T S Bajwa, Ved Mahajan, Shah Mohd Chaudhary, G L Chlotra, Ashok Dogra, K C Bhagat, Dina Nath Bhagat, Kanta Bhan, and others cast their votes in Jammu.

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