DDC elections seventh phase: Kashmir records 20.55% voter turnout till 11 am

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The seventh phase of the District Development Council (DDC) elections recorded 28.24 percent voter turnout in Jammu and Kashmir till 11 am today.

As per the figures given by the office of State Election Commissioner, in Kashmir Division, Pulwama has recorded the voting percentage of 6.58%, Baramulla 29.29%, Kulgam 8.81%, Shopian 3.30%, Anantnag 12.50%, Bandipora 39.76%, Ganderbal 22.22%, Kupwara 25.13%, and Budgam 26.11% till 11 am.

The Kashmir Division recorded an overall polling percentage of 20.55% while Jammu Division recorded 34.63% up to 11 am.

Similarly, in Jammu division, Kishtwar has recorded voting percentage of 38.02%, Udhampur 36%, Jammu 27.94%, Kathua 38.47%, Ramban 31.44%, Doda 29.49%, Samba 39.13%, Poonch 43.20%, Rajouri 36.45%, and Reasi 35.70% till 11 am.

In the seventh phase of the DDC elections, voting is being held in thirty-one DDC constituencies, thirteen from the Kashmir division and eighteen from Jammu division, where 148 and 150 candidates are in fray respectively.

Moreover, 1852 polling stations have been set up in this phase, 1068 in the Kashmir division and 784 in the Jammu division for smooth conduct of elections. (GNS)

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