In Jammu and Kashmir National Conference won in Srinagar, Anantnag and Baramulla in Kashmir while its junior partner in the state Congress retained Jammu and Udhampur constituencies.The Ladakh seat went to an independent Ghulam Hassan Khan.
In Baramulla Parliamentary constituency, NC candidate Mr. Sharif-ud-Din Shariq defeated his nearest PDP rival Mr. Mohammad Dilawar Mir by a margin of 64,814 votes. While Mr. Shariq polled 2,03,022 votes, Mr. Mir polled 1,38, 208 votes, out of 4,41,234 votes polled. Among other candidates, Mr. Sajjad Gani Lone, JKPC who polled 65,403 votes finished third.
In Srinagar Parliamentary constituency, NC candidate and former Chief Minister Dr. Farooq Abdullah defeated his nearest PDP rival Mr. Iftikhar Hussain Ansari by a margin of 30,242. While Dr. Abdullah polled 1,47,035 votes, Mr. Ansari polled 1,16,793 votes, out of the 2,82,761 votes polled. Among other candidates, independent candidate Mr. Mohammad Alyas Kumar who polled 4,540 votes finished third, followed by Khalida Begum of ANC 2,855 votes.
In Ladakh Parliamentary constituency, independent candidate, Mr. Hassan Khan defeated his nearest rival Mr. Phunsog Namgyal of the INC by a margin of 3,684. While Mr. Khan polled 32,701votes, Mr. Namgyal polled 29,017 votes, out of 1,09,716 votes polled. Mr. Agar Ali Karbalie, an independent, polled 24,498 votes while as another independent candidate Ms. Thinless Angmo polled 22,717 votes.
In Udhampur Parliamentary constituency, INC candidate Ch. Lal Singh defeated his nearest BJP rival Dr. Nirmal Singh by a margin of 13,394. While Ch. Lal Singh polled 2,31,853 votes, Dr. Nirmal Singh polled 2,18,459 votes, out of total 6,11,886 votes polled. Prof. Bhim Singh of JKNPP who polled 69,463 votes finished third, followed by Mr. Balbir Singh of PDP with 30,294 votes.
In Jammu Parliamentary constituency, INC candidate Mr. Madan Lal defeated his nearest BJP rival Mr. Leela Karan Sharma by a margin of 1,21,373. While Mr. Madan Lal polled 3,82,305 votes, Mr. Leela Karan Sharma polled 2,60,932 votes, out of total 8,44,381 votes polled. People’s Democratic Party’s candidate S. Tirlok Singh polled 93,730 votes while as Mr. Hussain Ali of BSP polled 49,988 votes.
The result of Anantnag Parliamentary constituency is awaited.
For Sonawar Assembly constituency bye-elections, Mr. Mohammad Yasin Shah of NC defeated his nearest rival Mr. Mohammad Ashraf Mir of PDP by a margin of 50 votes. While Mr. Yasin polled 9,306 votes, Mr. Mir polled 9,256 votes, out of 19,677 votes polled. The third candidate in the fray, Mr. Muzaffar Ahmad Shah polled 1,115 votes.
In Bhaderwah Assembly bye-poll, Congress candidate Mr. Mohammad Sharief Niaz, defeated Mr. Dalip Singh of BJP by a margin of 2,747. While Mr. Niaz polled 21,966 votes, Mr. Singh polled 19,219 votes, out of total 53,219 votes polled.