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With 53% polling Anantnag-Rajouri segment scripts history
5/25/2024 11:42:28 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, May 25: With 53 percent polling the newly crafted Anantnag-Rajouri Parliamentary constituency scripted a new chapter in the electoral history of Jammu and Kashmir.
Earlier it was in the 1984 Lok Sabha elections when the erstwhile Anantnag Lok Sabha constituency recorded 70.08 percent polling, which was an all-time high.
In 1984, the Anantnag parliamentary constituency had a total 6,11,518 electors. Total these total voters, 411826 voters had cast their votes. Jammu & Kashmir Conference candidate Akbar Jahan Begum won and became MP from this seat. She secured a total of 240973 votes. Indian National Congress candidate Peer Hussan-ud-din stood second with a total of 158963 votes. He lost by 82010 votes.
In 2019, the Anantnag parliamentary constituency had a total of 13,97,779 electors. A total of 124896 was cast. Jammu & Kashmir National Conference candidate Hasnain Masoodi won and became MP from this seat. He secured a total 40180 votes. Indian National Congress candidate Ghulam Ahmad Mir stood second with total of 33504 votes. He lost by 6676 votes.
In 2014, Anantnag parliamentary constituency had a total of 13,01143 electors. Total number of 375279 votes were cast. Jammu & Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party candidate Mehbooba Mufti won and became MP from this seat. She secured a total of 200429 votes. Jammu & Kashmir National Conference candidate Mirza Mehboob Beg stood second with a total of 135012 votes. He lost by 65417 votes.
In 2009, Anantnag parliamentary constituency had total 1176223 electors. Total number of valid votes 318726 were polled. Jammu & Kashmir National Conference candidate Mirza Mehboob Beg won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 148317 votes. Jammu & Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party candidate Peer Mohd Hussain stood second with total 143093 votes. He lost by 5224 votes.
In 2004, Anantnag parliamentary constituency had total electors out of which votes were polled 150219. Jammu & Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party candidate Mehbooba Mufti won and became MP from this seat. She secured total 74436 votes. Jammu & Kashmir National Conference candidate Dr Mehboob Beg stood second with total 35498 votes. He lost by 38938 votes.
In 1999, Anantnag parliamentary constituency had total 804911 electors out of which 102877 votes were polled. Jammu & Kashmir National Conference candidate Ali Mohd Naik won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 38745 votes. Independent candidate Mufti Mohmad Syeed stood second with total 25253 votes. He lost by 13492 votes.
In 1998, Anantnag parliamentary constituency had total 804983 electors. 215417 votes were polled. Indian National Congress candidate Mufti Mohmad Sayeed won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 120444 votes. Jammu & Kashmir National Conference candidate Mohd Yusuf Teng stood second with total 68444 votes. He lost by 52000 votes.
In 1996, Anantnag parliamentary constituency had total 764670 electors out of which 357858 were polled. Janata Dal candidate Mohamad Maqbool won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 117221 votes. Indian National Congress candidate Taj Mohi-ud-din stood second with total 59137 votes. He lost by 58084 votes.
In 1989, Anantnag parliamentary constituency had total 736495 electors. Total number of valid vote was 36907. Jammu & Kashmit National Conference candidate P L Handoo won and became MP from this seat. He secured total 36055 votes. Independent candidate Abdul Rashid Khan stood second with total 186 votes. He lost by 35869 votes.
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