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National Conference candidates are leading from all the three Parliamentary seats in Kashmir

Farooq Abdullah win Srinagar seat
NC leads in all three seats in Kashmir
Srinagar, May 23 : National Conference candidates are leading from all the three Parliamentary seats in Kashmir
, with  Hasnain Masoodi close to winning Anantnag seats.

The counting for the three seats is going on and the leads show that NC is leading by good margined against its rival candidates.

Hasnain Masoodi is leading against G A Mir in Anantnag and PDP president Mehbooba Mufti trailing behind the two candidates at third position.

Latest Update Baramulla seat

Akbar Lone Leads from Baramulla Seat

JKNC Akbar Lone=87325

AIP Er Er Rasheed =68813

PDP Ab Wani= 36419

PC Raja Aijaz Ali=
70661
Congress Haji Farooq Ahmd Mir= 17314

LOKSABHA Elections 2019

Hassnain Masoodi (NC) Leading with 480 votes in Anantnag seat Engineer Rashid (Indp) Leading with 3232 votes in Baramulla seat Jugal Kishore (BJP) Leading with 6027 votes in Jammu seat Jamyang Tsering Namgyal Leading(BJP) with 683 votes in Ladakh seat Farooq Abdullah (NC) leading with 3095 votes in Srinagar seat Dr. Jitendra Singh (BJP) leading with 34026 votes in Udhampur seat

22 MAY KNS DIN BHAR BY TASEER AFZAL

Two pdd employees drown in malls uri

*No trace of two PDD employees who drowned in Dardekote Nallah Uri, Searches On*

Baramulla May 22 (KNO) : There was no trace of two Power Department Development employees who drowned in 500 feet long Jehlum Nallah in Daderkote area of Uri North Kashmir Baramulla district on May 20.

However an official told KNO that administration along with JK Police, SDRF
and locals on Wednesday started rescue operation in the area. He said an Alto 800 Car was reduced during operation whereas bodies are yet to be traced.

It is Pertinent to mentioned here that on May 20 Altoo 800 Car fell into 500 meters long Jehlum at Daderkote area of Uri North Kashmir Baramulla district in a Car.

"Two persons were travelling in car on way from Uroosa towards sultandaki. When they reached near shudwani area Dard kote of uri sub division, the driver lost his control vehicle skid off from the road and rolled down into deep gorge approximately 500 feet long Jehlum Nallah," an official told KNO.

He said local…

MORNING HEADLINES

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Two missing after vehicle plunges into river Jhelum

Baramulla, May 21 :
Two government employees were feared drowned after the vehicle they were travelling in skidded off the road and plunged into the River Jehlum in Uri town of Baramulla district .
According to reports, a car, which was on its way from Uroosa to Sultandaki, skidded off the road and plunged into river Jhelum near Shadwani area.
The missing victims were identified as Mohammad Sayeed from Sultandaki and Maroof Ahmed a resident of Ramgahi.
A joint team of police, SDRF and locals immediately launched a rescue operation but the two government employees were not traced till the last reports came in.
Relative of missing appealed the administration to take up the matter with Pakistan Administered Kashmir authorities to trace dead bodies in their area.

The Kashmir Walla