Srinagar: National Conference(NC) and Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) has better winning percentage than the Bharatiya Janta Party(BJP) in the recently concluded District Development Council (DDC) polls held in Jammu and Kashmir.
According to the data, the strike rate of NC and PDP was 40.9 and 39.7 percent respectively against BJP’s winning percentage of 32.6.
NC won sixty-seven seats out 164 it contested, while PDP emerged victorious on twenty-seven seats out of sixty-eight seats on which it fielded its candidates.
On the other hand, BJP won 32.6 percent of seats it contested in Jammu and Kashmir. The party won seventy-five seats out of 232 segments in which it fielded its candidates.
Indian National Congress registered winning percentage of sixteen as it bagged twenty-six seats out of 160 seats.
The newly floated Apni Party was the worst performer in winning percentage as it managed to win only seven percent of seats it contested. The party bagged just twelve seats out of 170 seats it contested.
Peoples Conference headed by Sajad Gani Lone outsmarted all parties in winning percentage as it emerged winner on eighty percent of seats it contested. The party won eight seats out of ten it contested.
The Communist part of India (CPI) (M) was the second best performer in winning percentage as its strike rate stood at 71.4 percent. The party won five out of seven seats it contested. (KNO)