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BJP polled more votes than 'Gupkar Gang' in DDC elections: Anurag Thakur

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BJP polled more votes than 'Gupkar Gang' in DDC elections: Anurag Thakur

BJP polled more votes than 'Gupkar Gang' in DDC elections: Anurag Thakur

BJP's in-charge of DDC polls in Jammu and Kashmir, Anurag Thakur during his press conference informed that over 51% polling occurred in JandK's DDC elections.

Further highlighting the vote share, Anurag Thakur said that BJP's vote share is 38.74% while that of Gupkar gang is 32.96%.

Anurag Thakur said, "People participated extensively in the DDC election.

Over 51% polling occurred which was very good compared to previous elections.

Many parties in the Gupkar gang could not even challenge the BJP and Modi ji.

BJP got 75 seats in Jammu and Kashmir which is the highest.

The vote share of BJP is 38.74% and the total vote of Gupkar gang is 32.96%.

BJP got a total of 4,87,364 votes and the total votes of NC, PDP and Congress together is 4,77,000 which is much less than BJP's vote."


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