The Congress celebration on Wednesday mentioned that the ultimate resolution on forming the non-BJP DDC (district improvement council) in Jammu and Kashmir, at locations the place Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is just not in majority, will probably be taken by the celebration’s excessive command.
Out of the 278 seats for which ends have been declared by the J&Okay Election Commission up to now, the Congress celebration bagged 26 seats in DDC polls, which have been held in eight phases on 280 seats throughout Jammu and Kashmir.
Post the outcomes of DDC polls, Ravinder Sharma, Spokesperson, Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee instructed ANI, “We contested DDC elections with National Conference (NC)-led alliance on seat sharing basis. We can consider forming a non-BJP district council, at places where BJP is not in majority. The final decision will be taken by Congress High Command.”
“Only five out of twenty districts, BJP got majority, while in rest it is either Congress or other non-BJP parties. We will think of supporting non-BJP parties where BJP is not in majority but the final decision will be taken by High Command,” he added.
Jammu and Kashmir Election Commissioner KK Sharma declared the consequence for DDC Elections on Wednesday, in accordance with which BJP received 75, NC bagged 67 seats Independent registered victory on 50 seats, PDP received 27 seats, Congress received 26 seats, JKAP bagged 12 seats, JKPC received eight seats, JKPM received three seats, CPI(M) gained 5 seats whereas JKNPP and PDF received 2 seats every and BSP bagged 1 seat.
The outcomes of two constituencies–one every in Bandipora and Kupwara districts– are nonetheless awaited as counting of votes has been deferred there until additional orders, the officers mentioned.