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Special Report: 2nd no Srinagar Lok Sabha Constituency, State of Jammu and Kashmir

Srinagar, March 24, Lok Sabha: In this special report of Lok Sabha Constituency today we will try give a brief look on Srinagar Constituency of Jammu and Kashmir, which is situated in northern India.

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This Constituency is consists of 15 Legislative Assembly Constituency (LAC). They are as follows:

1. Amirakadal
2. Badgam
3. Batmaloo
4. Beerwah
5. Chadoora
6. Charari Sharief
7. Gandarbal
8.  Habbakadal
9. Hazratbal
10. Idgah
11. Kangan
12. Khansahib
13. Khanyar
14. Sonawar
15. Zadibal

Session 1967 (B.G.Mohamad):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election B.G.Mohamad was selected as a MP from Srinagar Constituency. As a winner B.G.Mohamad (JKN) got 59415 votes while his rival A.Tariq (INC) got 50179 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 9236 (7.27% of Total Valid Votes). The total no of elector was 354364, from which 131997 no of electors voted. Total valid votes were 127068, from which rejected votes were 4929.

Session 1971 (Shamim Ahmed):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election Shamim Ahmed was selected as a MP from Srinagar Constituency. As a winner Shamim Ahmed (IND) got 128948 votes while his rival Bakshi Mohd. (INC) got 71140 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 57808 (27.70% of Total Valid Votes). The total no of elector was 371494, from which 218752 no of electors voted. Total valid votes were 208723, from which rejected votes were 10029. There were total 6 no of contestants from Srinagar constituency in this session.

Session 1977 (Akbar Begam):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election Akbar Begam was selected as a MP from Srinagar Constituency. As a winner Akbar Begam (JKN) got votes 210072 while his rival Molvi Ansari (IND) got 87431 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 122641 (39.54% of Total Valid Votes). The total no of elector was 461965, from which 319298 no of electors voted. Total valid votes were 310158, from which rejected votes were 9140. There were total 5 no of contestants from Srinagar constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 558, average no of electors per polling station was 827.

Session 1980 (Farooq Abdullah):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election Farooq Abdullah was selected as a MP from Srinagar Constituency. He was remain uncontested. There were total 1 no of contestants from Srinagar constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 754, average no of electors per polling station was 648.

Session 1984 (Abdul Kabuli):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election Abdul Kabuli was selected as a MP from Srinagar Constituency. As a winner Abdul Kabuli (JKN) got 367249 votes while his rival M.Shah (IND) got 80972 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 286277 (63.20% of Total Valid Votes). The total no of elector was 640514, from which 470871 no of electors voted. Total valid votes were 452936, from which rejected votes were 17935. There were total 5 no of contestants from Srinagar constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 864, average no of electors per polling station was 741.

Session 1989 (MD. Bhat):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election MD. Bhat was selected as a MP from Srinagar Constituency. He was remain uncontested. There were total only 1 no of contestants from Srinagar constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 988, average no of electors per polling station was 507.

Session 1996 (Ghulam Mir):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election Ghulam Mir was selected as a MP from Srinagar Constituency. As a winner Ghulam Mir (INC) got 55503 votes while his rival Farooq Ahmed (JD) got 53904 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 1599 (0.54% of Total Valid Votes). The total no of elector was 786301, from which 321928 no of electors voted. Total valid votes were 297891, from which rejected votes were 24037. There were total 11 no of contestants from Srinagar constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 903, average no of electors per polling station was 871.

Session 1998 (Omar Abduallah):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election Omar Abduallah was selected as a MP from Srinagar Constituency. As a winner Omar Abduallah (JKN) got 144609 votes while his rival Syed Mohdi (INC) got 73770 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 70839 (29.24% of Total Valid Votes). The total no of elector was 853183, from which 256490 no of electors voted. Total valid votes were 242298, from which rejected votes were 14192. There were total 7 no of contestants from Srinagar constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 987, average no of electors per polling station was 864.

Session 1999 (Omar Abduallah):

In this 1999 edition of Lok Sabha election Omar Abduallah was selected as a MP from Srinagar Constituency. As a winner Omar Abduallah (JKN) got 55542 votes while his rival M.Mufti (IND) got 18683 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 36859 (38.01% of Total Valid Votes). Total valid votes were 854081, from which 101933 rejected votes were. There were total 10 no of contestants from Srinagar constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 987, average no of electors per polling station was 865.

Session 2009 (Farooq Abduallah):

In this 2009 edition of Lok Sabha election Farooq Abduallah was selected as a MP from Srinagar Constituency. As a winner Farooq Abduallah (JKN) got 147035 votes while his rival Iftikar Ansari (JKPDP) got 116793 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 30242. The total no of elector was 1106729, from which 282799 no of electors voted. Total valid votes were 282761, from which rejected votes were 38. There were total 15 no of contestants from Srinagar constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 1483, average no of electors per polling station was 746.

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