Jammu And Kashmir Legislative Assembly Elections 2014 (Government )

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The Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly election 2014 was held in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir.It Consisted in five phases started from 5 November to 20 December 2014. Number of Voters elected 87 members to the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly and ends its six-year term on 19 January 2015. The results were announced on 23 December 2014.[1] Legislative Assembly Elections 2014

Title Description
Basic Information
Formed: November 25 to 20 December 2014
Elected Chief Minister: Mufti Mohammad Sayeed Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party
Chief Minister before election: Omar Abdullah Jammu & Kashmir National Conference
Percentage : 18.0%
Seat change : 5
Party : INC
Last Election : 17
Seats Won : 12
Total Seats in Legislative Assembly: 87
seats Needed for a majority: 44
Turnout : 65.23%
Leader: Mufti Mohammad Sayeed,Nirmal Kumar Singh,Omar Abdullah
Party: PDP,BJP,JKN
Leader's Seat : Anantnag,Billawar, Beerwah,


Details

A soldier stands guard as voters

A soldier stands guard as voters

The Election Commission was announced five-phased assembly elections held in Jammu and Kashmir and Jharkhand, began from 25 November and ended 20 December.By-elections to three Delhi assembly constituencies was held on November 25.

Important Dates

  1. The five-phases were held on November 25, December 2, December 9, December 14 and December 20.
  2. The three Delhi constituencies where by-elections were held Nov 25 are Krishna Nagar, Mehrauli and Tughlakabad.
  3. Counting for all the seats were  held December 23, the poll panel announced.
  4. Elections were held in 87 constituencies of Jammu and Kashmir and 81 of Jharkhand.
  5. Model Code of Conduct comes into effect immediately.[2]  important Dates 

Boycott Calls

  1. With authorities curbing the movement of Hurriyat leaders ahead of Assembly polls in Jammu and Kashmir, the separatists are propagating the poll boycott campaign through video clips on social networking sites and applications, including Facebook and WhatsApp.
  2. A four-minute video clip has gone viral on such sites with messages of chairmen of both hardline and moderate factions of Hurriyat Conference and Dukhtaran-e-Millat chief Asiya Andrabi. The video message sent through WhatsApp and shared on Facebook and Twitter asked the people to boycott the coming polls. 
  3. It also showed Hurriyat hawk Syed Ali Geelani addressing a gathering via phone urging youth not to undermine the mission of ‘martyrs’. Moderate Hurriyat chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq is seen posing for the camera with the appeal that polls must be boycotted ‘en masse’.
  4. The video starts with a song eulogising people of Kashmir. It then shifts towards the lecture by Geelani, who in his message asks youth to boycott elections. It also shows the senior separatist reciting the poetry of Alama Iqbal in front of the camera. “My appeal to the youth in particular is that the sacrifices rendered by the people must be safeguarded and, hence, in no way should vote during elections".[3]  Boycott Calls 

Total Seats and Distribution

Voters wait in a queue at a polling station to cast their votes

Voters wait in a queue at a polling station to cast their votes

Total seats and distribution are following [4]  Total Seats and Distribution 
Total seats 87
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) 25
Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) 1
Indian National Congress (Cong) 12
Jammu & Kashmir National Conference (NC) 15
Jammu & Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) 28
Jammu & Kashmir People Conference (JKPC) 2
Jammu & Kashmir People Democratic Front-Secular (PDF-S) 1
Independent (Ind.) 3

Voting

Date Seats Turnout
Tuesday 25 November 15 71.28%
Tuesday 2 December 18 71%
Tuesday 9 December 16 58.89%
Sunday 14 December 18 49%
Saturday 20 December 20 76%
Total 87 65.23%

JK Assembly Election 2014 Results

A. C. No. Assembly Constituency Name Winner Candidates Name Party Votes Runner-UP Party Votes
1 Karnah Raja Manzoor Ahmad PDP 12371 Kifil Ur Rehman Khan JKNC 6596
2 Kupwara Bashir Ahmad Dar JKPC 24754 Mir Mohd Fayaz PDP 24603
3 Lolab Abdul Haq Khan PDP 29408 Qaiser Jamsheed Lone JKNC 26538
4 Handwara Sajad Gani Lone JKPC 29355 Chowdry Mohamad Ramzan JKNC 23932
5 Langate Abdul Rashid Sheikh IND 18172 Ghulam Nabi Ganai PDP 15667
6 Uri Mohammad Shafi JKNC 24359 Aijaz Ali Khan PDP 18567
7 Rafiabad Yawar Ahmad Mir PDP 17918 Abdul Gani Vakil INC 15584
8 Sopore Abdul Rashid Dar INC 8429 Nazir Ahmad Naikoo PDP 5674
9 Gurez Nazir Ahmad Khan JKNC 6664 Faqir Mohmad Khan INC 6523
10 Bandipora Usman Abdul Majid INC 25084 Nizam-U-Din Bhat PDP 21341
11 Sonawari Mohammad Akbar Lone JKNC 32567 Yasir Reshi PDP 32161
12 Sangrama Syed Basharat Ahmed Bukhari PDP 12146 Shuib Nabi Lone INC 10392
13 Baramulla Javid Hassan Baig PDP 14418 Gh. Hassan Rahi JKNC 7401
14 Gulmarg Mohd. Abass Wani PDP 22957 Ghulam Hassan Mir JKDPN 20146
15 Pattan Imran Raza Ansari PDP 21218 Aga Syed Mehmood Al Mosavi JKNC 11884
16 Kangan Altaf Ahmad JKNC 25812 Bashir Ahmad Mir PDP 24380
17 Ganderbal Ishfaq Ahmad Sheikh JKNC 19478 Qazi Mohammad Afzal PDP 18881
18 Hazratbal Asiea PDP 13234 Mohammad Syed Akhoon JKNC 9834
19 Zadibal Abid Hussain Ansari PDP 7852 Peer Afaq Ahmad JKNC 4849
20 Eidgah Mubarik Ahmad Gul JKNC 6766 Ali Mohammad Wani PDP 6158
21 Khanyar Ali Mohd Sagar JKNC 6505 Muhammad Khurshid Alam PDP 5338
22 Habba kadal Shamim Firdous JKNC 4955 Moti Koul BJP 2596
23 Amira kadal Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari PDP 11726 Nasir Aslam Wani JKNC 6385
24 Sonawar Mohammad Ashraf Mir PDP 14283 Omar Abdullah JKNC 9500
25 Batmaloo Noor Mohd Sheikh PDP 12542 Mohd Irfan Shah JKNC 8215
26 Chadoora Javaid Mustafa Mir PDP 25770 Ali Mohammad Dar JKNC 24077
27 Budgam Aga Syed Ruhullah Mehdi JKNC 30090 Gh Mohi-Ud-Din Bhat (Muntazir) PDP 27303
28 Beerwah Omar Abdullah JKNC 23717 Nazir Ahmad Khan INC 22807
29 Khan Sahib Hakeem Mohammad Yaseen Shah JKPDF 26649 Saif-U-Din Bhat PDP 25540
30 Chrar-i-sharief Ghulam Nabi Lone PDP 32849 Abdul Rahim Rather JKNC 27682
31 Tral Mushtaq Ahmad Shah PDP 12415 Mohd Ashraf Bhat JKNC 8305
32 Pampore Zahoor Ahmad Mir PDP 16239 Yawar Ali Abass Masoodi JKNC 12741
33 Pulwama Mohd. Khalil Band PDP 11631 Ghulam Nabi Wani JKNC 10599
34 Rajpora Haseeb A Drabu PDP 18103 Gh. Mohi-Ud-Din Mir JKNC 13830
35 Wachi Aijaz Ahmad Mir PDP 15610 Showkat Hussain Ganie JKNC 13805
36 Shopian Mohd Yousuf Bhat PDP 14262 Shabir Ahmad Kullay IND 11896
37 Noorabad Abdul Majid Padder PDP 28698 Sakina Itoo JKNC 24990
38 Kulgam Mohamad Yousuf Tarigami CPM 20574 Nazir Ahmad Laway PDP 20240
39 Hom Shali Bugh Ab. Majeed JKNC 11406 Abdul Gaffar Sofi PDP 10137
40 Anantnag Mufti Mohd Sayeed PDP 16983 Hilal Ahmad Shah INC 10955
41 Devsar Mohammad Amin Bhat INC 20162 Mohammad Sartaj Madni PDP 18651
42 Dooru Syed Farooq Ahmad Andrabi PDP 18150 Ghulam Ahmad Mir INC 17989
43 Kokernag Abdul Rahim Rather PDP 24284 Peerzada Mohammad Syed INC 19713
44 Shangus Gulzar Ahmad Wani INC 21085 Peerzada Mansoor Hussain PDP 18896
45 Bijbehara Abdul Rehman Bhat PDP 23581 Bashir Ahmad Shah JKNC 20713
46 Pahalgam Altaf Ahmad Wani JKNC 25232 Rafi Ahmad Mir PDP 24328
47 Nubra Deldan Namgail INC 3936 Tsetan Namgyal JKNC 2318
48 Leh Nawang Rigzin INC 27585 Chering Dorjay BJP 19909
49 Kargil Asgar Ali Karbalaie INC 22911 Anayat Ali PDP 12406
50 Zanskar Syed Mohammad Baqir Rizvi IND 6763 Ghulam Raza INC 6197
51 Kishtwar Sunil Kumar Sharma BJP 28054 Sajjad Ahmed Kichloo JKNC 25202
52 Inderwal Ghulam Mohd Saroori INC 29754 Tariq Hussain Keen BJP 17384
53 Doda Shakti Raj BJP 24572 Abdul Majid Wani INC 20532
54 Bhaderwah Daleep Singh BJP 25953 Mohd Sharief Niaz INC 24457
55 Ramban Neelam Kumar Langeh BJP 25349 Dr. Chaman Lal JKNC 19985
56 Banihal Vikar Rasool Wani INC 17671 Bashir Ahmed Runyal PDP 13322
57 Gulab Garh Mumtaz Ahmed INC 17964 Abdul Gani Malik JKNC 16148
58 Reasi Ajay Nanda BJP 22017 Saraf Singh IND 20130
59 Gool Arnas Ajaz Ahmed Khan INC 22966 Kuldeep Raj Dubey BJP 16088
60 Udhampur Pawan Kumar Gupta IND 36226 Balwant Singh Mankotia JKNPP 21576
61 Chenani Dina Nath BJP 33047 Krishan Chander INC 12715
62 Ram Nagar Ranbir Singh Pathania BJP 45891 Harsh Dev Singh JKNPP 28471
63 Bani Jewan Lal BJP 12841 Ghulam Hyder Malik JKNC 8429
64 Basohli Lal Singh BJP 29808 Davinder Singh JKNC 12007
65 Kathua Rajiv Jasrotia BJP 35670 Som Raj Majotra BSP 28864
66 Billawar Dr. Nirmal Kumar Singh BJP 43447 Dr. Manohar Lal Sharma INC 25472
67 Hira Nagar Kuldeep Raj BJP 55399 Girdhari Lal Chalotra INC 16115
68 Samba Devinder Kumar Manyal BJP 34075 Yash Paul Kundal JKNPP 11957
69 Vijay pur Chander Parkash BJP 38607 Surjit Singh Slathia JKNC 26435
70 Nagrota Devender Singh Rana JKNC 23678 Nand Kishore BJP 19630
71 Gandhi Nagar Kavinder Gupta BJP 56679 Raman Bhalla INC 39902
72 Jammu East Rajesh Gupta BJP 21776 Vikram Malhotra INC 9082
73 Jammu West Sat Paul Sharma BJP 69626 Surinder Singh Shingari INC 18997
74 Bishnah Kamal Verma JKNC 29380 Ashwani Kumar Sharma BJP 26394
75 Ranbir singh Pura Dr. Gagan Bhagat BJP 25696 Bushan Lal PDP 12086
76 Suchet Garh Sham Lal Choudhary BJP 19971 Taranjit Singh Toni JKNC 10554
77 Marh Sukhnandan Kumar BJP 25396 Ajay Kumar Sadhotra JKNC 13784
78 Raipur Domana Bali Bhagat BJP 49134 Mula Ram INC 16991
79 Akhnoor Rajeev Sharma BJP 41901 Sham Lal Sharma INC 32521
80 Chhamb Dr. Kirshan Lal BJP 36033 Tara Chand INC 21243
81 Nowshera Ravinder Raina BJP 37374 Surinder Choudhary PDP 27871
82 Darhal Chowdhary Zulfkar Ali PDP 24381 Choudhary Liaqat Ali JKNC 19313
83 Rajouri Qamar Hussain PDP 26954 Chowdhary Talib Hussain BJP 24464
84 Kala kote Abdul Ghani Kohli BJP 25225 Rachhpal Singh JKNC 19047
85 Surankote Ch Mohd Akram INC 30584 Mushtaq Ahmed Shah JKNC 22520
86 Mendhar Javed Ahmed Rana JKNC 31186 Mohd Mahroof Khan PDP 22161
87 Poonch Haveli Shah Mohd Tantray PDP 19488 Ajaz Ahmed Jan JKNC 15976

List of the Assembly Constituencies in Jammu and Kashmir

Con. No. Constituency Con. No. Constituency Con. No. Constituency
1 Karnah 30 Charari Sharief 59 Gool Arnas
2 Kupwara 31 Tral 60 Udhampur
3 Lolab 32 Pampore 61 Chanani
4 Handwara 33 Pulwama 62 Ramnagar
5 Langate 34 Rajpora 63 Bani
6 Uri 35 Wachi 64 Basohli
7 Rafiabad 36 Shopian 65 Kathua
8 Sopore 37 Noorabad 66 Billawar
9 Gurez 38 Kulgam 67 Hiranagar
10 Bandipora 39 Homeshalibugh 68 Samba
11 Sonawari 40 Anantnag 69 Vijaypur
12 Sangrama 41 Devsar 70 Nagrota
13 Baramulla 42 Dooru 71 Gandhinagar
14 Gulmarg 43 Kokernag 72 Jammu East
15 Pattan 44 Shangus 73 Jammu West
16 Kangan 45 Bijbehara 74 Bishnah
17 Ganderbal 46 Pahalgam 75 R.S. Pura
18 Hazratbal 47 Nobra 76 Suchetgarh
19 Zadibal 48 Leh 77 Marh
20 Idgah 49 Kargil 78 Raipur Domana
21 Khanyar 50 Zanskar 79 Akhnoor
22 Habbakadal 51 Kishtwar 80 Chhamb
23 Amirakadal 52 Inderwal 81 Nowshera
24 Sonawar 53 Doda 82 Darhal
25 Batamaloo 54 Bhaderwah 83 Rajouri
26 Chadoora 55 Ramban 84 Kalakote
27 Badgam 56 Banihal 85 Surankote
28 Beerwah 57 Gulabgarh 86 Mendhar
29 Khansahib 58 Reasi 87 Poonch Haveli