Watch the live streaming of Jharkhand and Jammu and Kashmir state election results where the counting of votes is taking place in Jammu & Kashmir and Jharkhand which witnessed a record turnout in the multi-cornered contests to elect their assemblies. Check out the best elections results updates which are stated out below. A complete analysis of state election results had been mentioned below in this post. Jammu and Kashmir and Jharkhand state election results have been raising the political temperature in the nation. Many leading and prominent parties have considered these elections seriously and these results seem to be a matter pride to them. Leading political parties such as Congress, Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP), NC, PDP, JMM and other parties have been contesting and giving a tough fight to each other. These elections took place almost through a month in five phases and a voting percentage was recorded as 66 percent.
Live Streaming: J&K and Jharkhand Election Voting Has Been Started
Stays tuned with us and get updated with every update of Jammu and Kashmir and Jharkhand state elections results with us at regular intervals of time through our website which is directly delivered by the official sources of election department of India. The whole result of the counting is expected to be out couple of hours. Election Commission of India official assured that “The counting will begin at 8 AM and the first trends are expected to trickle within an hour or so. All security arrangements are in place at the counting centers.”
Exit Polls results of Jammu and Kashmir are as follow:
Elections in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K)-2014 Results
There has been an increase in the turn up of voters and had been highest after 1987 although there were calls given by separatists and militants and polling was held for 87 seats. Exit polls of many leading survey and ours reveal that PDP and BJP would get maximum seats and a tough fight would be between them. Ruling party NC and Congress would be left out with less number of sears this time which makes it clear that NC and Congress losing their grip over the state and it seems people have denied their support to NC and Congress. About 821 political party contestants have been in the battle of elections to test their fate of serving people of Jammu and Kashmir. The major political parties Congress, BJP, National Conference and Peoples’ Democratic Party PDP have considered this election results their state of pride, which would reveal their existence and in state politics.
All eyes are riveting in Jammu and Kashmirs’ Handwara Assembly constituency result in north Kashmir Kupwara district where separatist-turned mainstream politician Sajjad Gani Lone is trying his luck. Political analyst and pundits Jammu and Kashmir result may have a kind of hung assembly result and there are speculation of forming and pairing up of new alliances in the state. At the same time BJP Party has managed to get most of the attention as it has managed to do well in the campaigning and was seen good previous state election results of Maharashtra and Haryana, at the same time the election result would assess the performance of BJP at the union.
Live Jharkhand State Election Results 2014
Jharkhand a newly born state which is merely 14 years old has been a state with unstable governments. Perhaps it may be the only state with around 14 governments where it was ruled by political parties such as JMM, BJP and JDU etc. and was under Indian Presidents rule for three times. Jharkhand sate was carved out and was bifurcated from Bihar state in the year 2000 has recorded a voting percent of 54.2 while this term the voting percent went up to 66 percent where elections were conducted for 81 assembly seats. On a gross scale there had been 1,136 candidates from various political bodies and parties contested in this election including 111 women, contested in Jharkhand an eligible electorate of 2,08,52,437, including 98,93,540 female voters. Though, Jharkhand has total 81 assemble seats, out of them 28 are reserved for the Scheduled Tribes and 9 for the Scheduled Castes. As far as now Jharkhand as seen nine governments and three stints of President’s rule in short span of time 14 years which may be a record too. Chief Minister of Jharkhand and Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) Chief Hemant Soren is seeking to retain power in the face of challenge by BJP.
Chief Minister Hemant Soren (Dumka/Barhait) and ex chief ministers Arjun Munda (Kharsawan), Madhu Koda (Majhgaon) and Babulal Marandi (Dhanwar/Giridih) are among the total 1,136 candidates, including 111 women, whose fate will be known on Tuesday. This is the third assembly elections in Jharkhand in 14 years of its existence but the state has seen nine governments interspersed with three periods of central rule. The state has so far been ruled by five tribal chief ministers — Babulal Marandi, Arjun Munda (thrice), Shibu Soren (thrice), Madhu Koda (once) and Hemant Soren (incumbent).
Exclusive: Analysis of Jammu and Kashmir State Election Results 2008
Jammu and Kashmir state election results have been in the favor of National Congress which is led by Omar Abdullah the current chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir and emerged a steh single largest political party with majority of seats. Jammu and Kashmir election result in the year 2008 NC had been like these where NC won 28 seats, Congress 17 and PDP 21. BJP had 11, Panthers’ Party 3 and CPM had one and six assembly seats were won by the Independents candidates.
Exclusive: Analysis of Jharkhand State Election Results 2008
Jharkhand state election results of 2008 have been in favor of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) yielding a majority and Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) was the single largest party to win maximum assembly seats. It formed government with the alliance of BJP and thus the alliance of BJP and JMM they had 18 seats each in the last election. On the other hand Congress party had 13 assembly seats, JVN (P) had 11 assembly seats, and AJSU had six assembly seats, RJD five and JD (U) two assembly seats making them all to be a part of opposition in the legislative assembly. The state governments rule and state assemblies of Jharkhand and Jammu and Kashmir term ends on 3rd January and 19th January respectively which embarks the formation and invitation for the new government to be formed.
Breaking News and Latest Updates
Chief Minster of Jammu and Kashmir Omar Abdullah lost his seat and lost in elections.
10:40 am: BJP candidate Hina Bhat trailing from Amirakadal seat in Jammu and Kashmir.
10:38 am: Jammu and Kashmir Assembly elections trends: PDP: 24 , BJP: 23, Congress: 16, NC: 17, Others: 07.
10:37 am: Jharkhand Assembly elections trends: BJP: 43, JMM: 19, JVM: 09, Congress: 05, Others: 04.
10:30 am: BJP candidate Yogeshwar Mahto leading from Bermo in Jharkhand.
10:28 am: BJP candidate Biranchi Narayan leading from Bokaro in Jharkhand.
10:25 am: Congress candidate Manoj Kumar Yadav leading from Barhi in Jharkhand.
10:21 am: Congress candidate Sham Lal Sharma leading from Akhnoor in Jammu and Kashmir.
10:18 am: BJP candidate Lal Singh leading from Basohli in Jammu and Kashmir.
10:12 am: BJP candidate Daleep Singh leading from Bhaderwah in Jammu and Kashmir.
10:06 am: BJP candidate Ajay Nanda leading from Reasi in Jammu and Kashmir.
10:04 am: JMM candidate Lobin Hembrom leading from Borio in Jharkhand.
10:00 am: Hemant Soren trailing from Dumka in Jharkhand.
09:59 am: BJP leader Sat Paul Sharma leading from Jammu West.
09:57 am: Congress candidate Asgar Ali Karbalaie leading from Kargil.
09:55 am: Jharkhand Assembly elections trends: BJP: 37, JMM: 18, JVM: 08, Congress: 07, Others: 08.
09:50 am: BJP leader Arjun Munda trailing from Kharsawan seat in Jharkhand.
09:45 am: BJP overtakes PDP in Jammu and Kashmir.
09:41 am: Jammu and Kashmir Assembly elections trends: PDP: 26 , BJP: 25, Congress: 12, NC: 14, Others: 06.
09:37 am: BJP neck and neck with PDP in Jammu and Kashmir.
09:31 am: JMM candidate Bhushan Tirkey leading from Gumla in Jhrakhand.
09:25 am: Geeta Koda leading from Jaganathpur in Jhrakhand.
09:22 am: PDP leader Ghulam Nabi Lone leading in Chrar-i-Sharief in Jammu and Kashmir.
09:19 am: Congress candidate Salman Soz trailing from Baramulla in Jammu and Kashmir.
09:17 am: Jammu and Kashmir Assembly elections trends: PDP: 30 , BJP: 22, Congress: 07, NC: 12, Others: 04.
09:17 am: Jharkhand Assembly elections trends: BJP: 34, JMM: 11, JVM: 02, Congress: 05.
09:16 am: Omar Abdullah trailing from Sonawar in Jammu and Kashmir.
09:15 am: BJP leading in 3 seats in Kashmir Valley.
09:14 am: BJP candidate Dr Nirmal Singh leading from Billawar in Jammu and Kashmir.
09:12 am: BJP candidate Chander Parkash Ganga leading from Vijaypura in Jammu and Kashmir.
09:10 am: PDP candidate Surinder Choudhary leading from Nowshera in Jammu and Kashmir.
09:07 am: PDP leader Mufti Mufti Mohammad Sayeed leading from Anantnag in Jammu and Kashmir.
09:02 am: Omar Abdullah leading from Sonawar in Jammu and Kashmir.
09:00 am: Former CM Madhu Koda trailing from Majhgaon in Jharkhand.
08:49 am: BJP leader Arjun Munda leading from Kharsawan seat in Jharkhand.
08:48 am: BJP leader Raghubar Das leading from Jamshedpur East in Jharkhand.
08:47 am: JVM chief Babulal Marandi leading from Giridih in Jharkhand.
08:46 am: Jammu and Kashmir Assembly elections trends: PDP: 24 , BJP: 19, Congress: 05, NC: 10.
08:45 am: Jharkhand Assembly elections trends: BJP: 11, JMM: 05, JVM: 02, Congress: 01.
08:35 am: Hemant Soren leading in Dumka in Jharkhand.
08:30 am: Omar Abdullah leading from Beerwah constituency in Jammu and Kashmir.
08:24 am: Jammu and Kashmir Assembly elections trends: PDP: 09 , BJP: 05, Congress: 01, NC: 01.
08:22 am: Jharkhand Assembly elections trends: BJP: 06, JMM: 01, Congress: 01.
08:20 am: BJP candidate Hina Bhat leading from Amirakadal in Jammu and Kashmir.
08:18 am: Sajjad Lone leading from Handwara constituency in Jammu and Kashmir.
08:16 am: BJP and PDP leading in 2 seats each in Jammu and Kashmir.
08:15 am: BJP takes lead in 3 seats in Jharkhand.
08:13 am: PDP leading in 1 seat in Jammu and Kashmir.
08:12 am: JMM leading in 1 seat in Jharkhand.
08:11 am: BJP leading in 1 seat in Jammu and Kashmir.
08:08 am: PDP is confident of a grand victory on its own. We will not need anyone’s help for the government formation: Sameer Kaul, PDP spokesperson.
08:05 am: In Jammu and Kashmir, BJP launched an aggressive campaign as part of its Mission 44+ — the magic number required for simple majority in the state Assembly — during which Prime Minister Narendra Modi and several top leaders of the party addressed election rallies across the state.
08:00 am: Counting of votes begins in Jammu and Kashmir and Jharkhand.
07:59 am: In Jharkhand, BJP and JMM had won 18 seats each in the last election. Congress had 13, JVN(P) had 11, AJSU had six, RJD five snd JD(U) two.
07:58 am: PDP, which had 21 members in the 11th Assembly, is expecting to be the single-largest party, riding on the anti-incumbency and anger among the flood victims.
07:50 am: Omar Abdullah is contested from Beerwah seat in Budgam district and Sonawar seat in Srinagar, Sayeed is seeking re-election from Anantnag Assembly segment in the south Kashmir district.
07:45 am: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, who led Nationbal Confeence’s bid to retain power, and Opposition PDP’s chief ministerial candidate Mufti Mohammad Sayeed are among the 821 candidates.
07:40 am: The five-phase election in the two states which stretched for nearly a month saw 66 per cent voting with authorities making massive security arrangements to prevent any attempts by militants or Maoists to disrupt the polls.
07:35 am: In Jammu and Kashmir, where polling was held for 87 seats, the turnout was the highest after 1987 despite boycott calls by separatists and militants.
07:30 am: In Jammu and Kashmir, where polling was held for 87 seats, the turnout was the highest after 1987 despite boycott calls by separatists and militants.
07:28 am: Jharkhand, which has been battling Maoist violence, registered an overall 66 per cent turnout for the 81 assembly seats. The state, which was carved out of Bihar in 2000, bettered the previous mark of 54.2 per cent in the 2004 Assembly polls.
BJP Spokesperson Sambit Patra addressed media stating that exit and opinion polls point out that both in Jharkhand, Jammu and Kashmir BJP are doing exceedingly well. Let’s hope the results in both the states would get the better governance. Stay tuned to us for more updated election results.