Srinagar & Udhampur Parliamentary Constituencies go to Polls on 18th April in Phase II of Lok Sabha Elections 2019

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In the second phase of General Elections 2019, Srinagar and Udhampur parliamentary constituencies (PC) would be going to polls on 18th April 2019. Nine Districts would be covered in the two PCs. These are Ganderbal, Srinagar and Budgam in Srinagar (PC No. 2) and Kishtwar, Doda, Ramban, Reasi, Udhampur and Kathua in Udhampur (PC No. 5). All the PC seats in Phase II belong to the General category.

As per the data sourced from CEO (Jammu & Kashmir) website today, there are a total of 29,60,027 general electors in the two PCs, out of which 15,43,571 are general male electors, 14,16,387 general female electors and 69 third gender electors. In addition to this, there are 21,056 service electors and 16,528 persons with disabilities (PWD) electors in Phase II. A total of 4,426 polling stations have been set up for during this phase.

The data sourced from the ECI website shows that in General Election 2014, there were a total of 26,76,302 electors in these two Parliamentary Constituencies. This number has grown to 29,60,027 during General Elections 2019, which is an increase of 2,83,725 (10.6%) electors since last General Elections.


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