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Udhampur PC Records 8.44% Voter Turnout by 9 AM

Jammu April 19: The Udhampur Parliamentary Constituency (PC) witnessed a peaceful start to polling with over 8.44 percent voter turnout within the first two hours.
The Returning Officer, Dr. Rakesh Minhas, was among the early voters, standing in line to cast his ballot. Despite adverse weather, long queues were observed at polling stations as voters exercised their franchise across the constituency.
As per office of the Chief Electoral Officer, J&K, 11.39 % polling was reported in 48- Inderwal, 7.27% in 49- Kishtwar, 9.43% in 50-Padder Nagseni, 6.13% in 51-Bhaderwah, 9.97% in 52-Doda, 10.75 % in 53-Doda West, 9.71% in 54-Ramban, 5.91% in 55-Banihal, 5.88% in 59-Udhampur West, 9.81% in 60-Udhampur East, 7.19% in 61-Chenani, 7.58% in 62-Ramnagar, 8.17% in 63-Bani, 11.04% in 64-Billawar, 9.86% in 65-Basohli, 6.12% in 66-Jasrota, 9.03% in 67-Kathua and 10.37 % in 68-Hiranagar till 9 am .

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