BJP’s victory in Ladakh Autonomous Hill Improvement Council election historic: JP Nadda

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File picture: BJP Nationwide President JP Nadda addresses in the course of the inauguration of Akhil Bhartiya Mandal Prashikshan Shivir Yojna, BJPs Central Coaching Workshop at get together headquarters, in New Delhi.

BJP President JP Nadda on Monday termed BJP’s victory in Leh Autonomous Hill Improvement Council election as historic after the get together received 15 out of 26 seats. The election on 26 seats was held on Thursday. BJP, Congress, AAP and impartial candidates had contested the elections.

Taking to Twitter, JP Nadda mentioned, “BJP’s victory in Leh Autonomous Hill Improvement Council, Leh election is historic. BJP has received 15 out of 26 seats. I congratulate Shri @Jtnbjp and all karyakartas of @BJP4Ladakh unit. Gratitude to the folks of Ladakh for his or her religion in BJP.”

Within the 26 seat Ladakh Autonomous Hill Improvement Council election, the BJP has received 15 seats, Congress has received 9 and Impartial candidates have received 2 seats. The election was held on Thursday.

A 3-tier safety cowl was put in place for counting of votes for the Ladakh Autonomous Hill Improvement Council (LAHDC) on Monday, officers mentioned.

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All of the digital voting machines (EVMs) and poll packing containers used for the voting on October 22 had been moved to the sturdy room in presence of the political events and their candidates, they mentioned.

Out of 89,776 registered voters, round 65 per cent of the citizens had exercised their franchise in 294 polling stations unfold throughout 26 constituencies in Leh district on Thursday to resolve the destiny of 94 candidates, together with 26 every of the BJP and the Congress.

Although the Aam Aadmi Social gathering tried its luck for the primary time within the polls by fielding 19 candidates, it did not meet any fortune. Whereas, the regional events together with Nationwide Convention and Peoples Democratic Social gathering (PDP), selected to avoid the election.

To make sure full proof safety, CCTV cameras had been put in in and outdoors the counting corridor, whereas the sturdy room was guarded by the CRPF round the clock. An enough variety of police personnel had been additionally deployed for upkeep of regulation and order, the official mentioned.

(With inputs from PTI)

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