As the primary section of polling for Jammu and Kashmir District Improvement Council (DDC) elections is underway, a voter share of 39.69 p.c recorded until 1 pm throughout totally different districts of the Union Territory. As per the State Election Fee, Samba recorded the best polling share until 1 pm with 59% votes.
In the meantime, within the Kashmir division, Kupwara recorded the voter turnout of 34.10 p.c, Bandipora 34.18 p.c, Baramulla 25.58 p.c, Ganderbal 36.26 p.c, Srinagar 29.94 p.c, Budgam 47.44 p.c, Pulwama 6.08 p.c, Shopian 22.37 p.c, Kulgam 24.49 p.c, and Anantnag 26.65 p.c (until 1 pm).
Whereas within the Jammu division, Kishtwar recorded the voting share of 27.65 p.c, Doda 50.63 p.c, Ramban 54.91 p.c, Reasi 56.17 p.c, Udhampur 45.03 p.c, Kathua 54.23 p.c, Samba 59.29 p.c, Jammu 48.96 p.c, Rajouri 57.73 p.c, and Poonch 55.48 p.c.
DDC elections for Jammu and Kashmir to be held in eight phases starting from in the present day.