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Lok Sabha Elections 2019 - Party Wise Election Results

Name of State/ UT Parliamentary Constituency Candidate Party EVM Votes Migrant Votes Postal Votes Total Votes % of Votes Winner Runner-Up
Jammu & Kashmir Anantnag Hasnain Masoodi Jammu & Kashmir National Conference 39898 134 148 40180 32.17 Yes No
Jammu & Kashmir Anantnag Ghulam Ahmad Mir Indian National Congress 32534 345 625 33504 26.83 No Yes
Jammu & Kashmir Anantnag Mehbooba Mufti Jammu & Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party 30068 155 301 30524 24.44 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Anantnag Sofi Yousuf Bharatiya Janata Party 2436 7251 538 10225 8.19 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Anantnag Ch. Zaffar Ali Jammu & Kashmir People Conference 1555 74 17 1646 1.32 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Anantnag Gh. Mohd. Wani Independent 1350 15 4 1369 1.1 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Anantnag Nota None Of The Above 696 13 228 937 0.75 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Anantnag Kyasir Ahmad Sheikh Independent 831 9 7 847 0.68 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Anantnag Ali Mohammad Wani Independent 804 6 4 814 0.65 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Anantnag Shams Khwaja Independent 759 0 1 760 0.61 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Anantnag Sanjay Kumar Dhar Manvadhikar National Party 577 90 10 677 0.54 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Anantnag Manzoor Ahmad Khan Independent 591 6 7 604 0.48 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Anantnag Nisar Ahmad Wani Jammu & Kashmir National Panthers Party 544 26 19 589 0.47 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Anantnag Zubair Masoodi Independent 533 3 11 547 0.44 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Anantnag Ridwana Sanam Independent 403 19 33 455 0.36 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Anantnag Mirza Sajad Hussain Beigh Independent 419 2 4 425 0.34 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Anantnag Imtiyaz Ahmad Rather Independent 328 2 52 382 0.31 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Anantnag Surinder Singh Pragatishil Samajwadi Party (Lohia) 173 12 32 217 0.17 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Anantnag Riyaz Ahmad Bhat Independent 184 4 6 194 0.16 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Baramulla Mohammad Akbar Lone Jammu & Kashmir National Conference 132919 50 457 133426 29.29 Yes No
Jammu & Kashmir Baramulla Raja Aijaz Ali Jammu & Kashmir People Conference 102477 575 141 103193 22.65 No Yes
Jammu & Kashmir Baramulla Engineer Rashid Independent 100667 10 1491 102168 22.43 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Baramulla Abdul Qayoom Wani Jammu & Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party 53300 7 223 53530 11.75 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Baramulla Haji Farooq Ahmad Mir Indian National Congress 34193 47 292 34532 7.58 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Baramulla Nota None of the Above 8055 15 58 8128 1.78 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Baramulla Mohd Maqbool War Bharatiya Janata Party 5500 1813 581 7894 1.73 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Baramulla Syed Najeeb Shah Naqvi Independent 4945 3 19 4967 1.09 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Baramulla Jahangir Khan Jammu & Kashmir National Panthers Party 4200 6 123 4329 0.95 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Baramulla Javid Ahmad Qureshi Independent 3326 6 51 3383 0.74 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu Jugal Kishore Bharatiya Janata Party 840214 0 17852 858066 58.02 Yes No
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu Raman Bhalla Indian National Congress 551187 0 4004 555191 37.54 No Yes
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu Badri Nath Bahujan Samaj Party 14053 0 223 14276 0.97 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu Lal Singh Dogra Swabhiman Sangathan Party, 6849 0 690 7539 0.51 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu Prof. Bhim Singh Jammu & Kashmir National Panthers Party 3705 0 311 4016 0.27 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu Javaid Ahmed All India Forward Bloc 3833 0 33 3866 0.26 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu Subash Chander Independent 3723 0 16 3739 0.25 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu Satish Poonchi Independent 3036 0 41 3077 0.21 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu Er. Ghulam Mustafa Chowdhary Independent 2738 0 7 2745 0.19 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu Nota None Of The Above 2546 0 72 2618 0.18 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu Perseen Singh Independent 2608 0 4 2612 0.18 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu Tarseem Lal Khullar Independent 2369 0 15 2384 0.16 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu Balwan Singh Independent 2182 0 12 2194 0.15 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu Anil Singh Independent 2118 0 13 2131 0.14 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu Syed Aqib Hussain Independent People'S Party 1708 0 15 1723 0.12 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu Mohd Younis Jammu & Kashmir Pir Panjal Awami Party 1584 0 28 1612 0.11 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu Syed Zeshan Haider Independent 1565 0 17 1582 0.11 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu Sakander Ahmad Nourani Independent 1410 0 18 1428 0.1 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu Sushil Kumar Hindusthan Nirman Dal 1261 0 20 1281 0.09 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu Rajiv Chuni Independent 1257 0 12 1269 0.09 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu Bahadur Independent 1180 0 21 1201 0.08 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu Manish Sahni Shivsena 1157 0 35 1192 0.08 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu Gursagar Singh Navarang Congress Party 1086 0 17 1103 0.07 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu Shazad Shabnam Independent 1006 0 3 1009 0.07 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu Ajay Kumar Independent 915 0 26 941 0.06 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Ladakh Jamyang Tsering Namgyal Bharatiya Janata Party 41315 0 1599 42914 33.94 Yes No
Jammu & Kashmir Ladakh Sajjad Hussain Independent 31552 0 432 31984 25.3 No Yes
Jammu & Kashmir Ladakh Asgar Ali Karbalai Independent 29069 0 296 29365 23.23 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Ladakh Rigzin Spalbar Indian National Congress 20447 0 794 21241 16.8 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Ladakh Nota None Of The Above 910 0 12 922 0.73 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Farooq Abdullah Jammu & Kashmir National Conference 106456 140 154 106750 57.14 Yes No
Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Aga Syed Mohsin Peoples Democratic Party 36609 11 80 36700 19.64 No Yes
Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Irfan Raza Ansari Jammu & Kashmir People Conference 28668 77 28 28773 15.4 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Sheikh Khalid Jehangir Bharatiya Janata Party 1962 2584 85 4631 2.48 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Bilal Sultan Independent 1623 2 5 1630 0.87 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Nota None Of The Above 1478 13 75 1566 0.84 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Abdul Rashid Banday Independent 1524 1 12 1537 0.82 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Nazir Ahmad Sofi Manvadhikar National Party 1502 2 3 1507 0.81 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Showkat Hussain Khan Janata Dal (United) 1245 1 4 1250 0.67 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Abdual Rashid Ganie Jammu & Kashmir National Panthers Party 776 6 9 791 0.42 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Sajjad Ahmad Dar Independent 610 0 3 613 0.33 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Abdul Khaliq Bhat Shivsena 574 2 2 578 0.31 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Nazir Ahmad Lone Rashtriya Jankranti Party 500 0 6 506 0.27 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Udhampur Dr. Jitendra Singh Bharatiya Janata Party 715406 0 8905 724311 61.38 Yes No
Jammu & Kashmir Udhampur Vikramaditya Singh Indian National Congress 366123 0 936 367059 31.1 No Yes
Jammu & Kashmir Udhampur Harsh Dev Singh Jammu & Kashmir National Panthers Party 24135 0 184 24319 2.06 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Udhampur Lal Singh Dogra Swabhiman Sangathan Party, 18476 0 573 19049 1.61 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Udhampur Tilak Raj Bhagat Bahujan Samaj Party 16442 0 159 16601 1.41 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Udhampur Nota None Of The Above 7506 0 62 7568 0.64 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Udhampur Firdous Ahmed Bawani Independent 5540 0 3 5543 0.47 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Udhampur Garib Singh Independent 4957 0 27 4984 0.42 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Udhampur Shaber Ahmed Independent 4425 0 17 4442 0.38 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Udhampur Mohd Ayub Navarang Congress Party 1615 0 58 1673 0.14 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Udhampur Meenakshi Shivsena 1574 0 86 1660 0.14 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Udhampur Rakesh Mudgal Independent 1600 0 7 1607 0.14 No No
Jammu & Kashmir Udhampur Bansi Lal Independent 1296 0 11 1307 0.11 No No

Lok Sabha Elections 2019 - Constituency Wise Election Results (Winner/Runner Up)

Name of State/ UT Parliamentary Constituency Winner Party Total Votes % of Votes Runner-Up Party Total Votes % of Votes
Jammu & Kashmir Anantnag Hasnain Masoodi Jammu & Kashmir National Conference 40180 32.17 Ghulam Ahmad Mir Indian National Congress 33504 26.83
Jammu & Kashmir Baramulla Mohammad Akbar Lone Jammu & Kashmir National Conference 133426 29.29 Raja Aijaz Ali Jammu & Kashmir People Conference 103193 22.65
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu Jugal Kishore Bharatiya Janata Party 858066 58.02 Raman Bhalla Indian National Congress 555191 37.54
Jammu & Kashmir Ladakh Jamyang Tsering Namgyal Bharatiya Janata Party 42914 33.94 Sajjad Hussain Independent 31984 25.3
Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Farooq Abdullah Jammu & Kashmir National Conference 106750 57.14 Aga Syed Mohsin Peoples Democratic Party 36700 19.64
Jammu & Kashmir Udhampur Dr. Jitendra Singh Bharatiya Janata Party 724311 61.38 Vikramaditya Singh Indian National Congress 367059 31.1



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In 2009 Election Results the UPA won around 261 out of 543 seats, and in the second position was NDA with 158 seats, while 23 seats were won by Left parties.

In 2014 Election Results the BJP won 282 seats out of 543 seats. This took the NDA tally to 336 seats out of 543 seats in the Lok Sabha. INC could only manage to win 44 seats and stayed in the second position while AIADMK party from Tamil Nadu came third with 37 seats in the 2014 Lok Sabha Elections.

In 2019, the BJP is set to return to power at the Centre after a sweeping win in the 2019 Lok Sabha election , armed with a bigger mandate than in the 2014 General Election. The party - led by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah duo has secured 303 seats in the 17th Lok Sabha. Meanwhile, the Congress, the main Opposition party, managed to increase its vote share from 2014 only by a handful of votes, with a final tally of 52 seats. There will be no Leader of Opposition in the upcoming Lower House for a second consecutive term.

Quick facts for Jammu and Kashmir Elections

Parliamentary Constituencies6
Assembly Constituencies 87
Ruling PartyVacant
Opposition PartyVacant
Chief MinisterVacant
GovernorSatya Pal Malik
Chief Electoral OfficerShri Shantmanu, IAS
AddressOffice of the Chief Electoral Officer, Old Secretariat, Srinagar (May to Oct)

Election Schedule for Jammu & Kashmir Lok Sabha General Election 2019

StatePhase IPhase II Phase III PhaseIV Phase V Phase VIPhase VII
Jammu & Kashmir11/Apr18/Apr23/Apr29/Apr06/May--

ConstituenciesPhasePolling Date
Baramulla, JammuIApr-11
Srinagar, UdhampurIIApr-18
AnantnagIIIApr-23
Anantnag (Kulgam district)IVApr-29
Anantnag (Shopian and Pulwama district), LadakhVMay-06





Jammu And Kashmir Municipal Elections Polls Result 2018

See J&K Municipal Elections Polls Result 2018

Total Nominations:- 3372, Municipal Bodies;- 79, Total Wards:- 1145, Total Voting Percentage:- 35.1%

About Jammu & Kashmir Elections

Jammu and Kashmir has always been a matter of dispute between India and the neighbouring Pakistan. Just as in other states of India, J&K also has a multi-party democratic system of governance. The People's Democratic Party (PDP) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) collectively have the biggest presence in the state legislative assembly at the moment. In the J&K assembly elections held in November-December 2014, the PDP won most number of seats (28), while the BJP was able to manage 25 seats in the 87-member assembly.
The 2002 Assembly Elections in the Jammu and Kashmir proved to be a turning point in the political history of the state. The elections restored people's faith in the democracy of Jammu and Kashmir as they braved the boycott call of the separatists and threat of militant attacks. It was the first time when PDP came into power and soon a new chapter was written in the political realm of the state. In the 2008 Assembly polls of Jammu and Kashmir, the National Conference won 28 seats, People's Democratic Party bagged 21 seats and the Congress took 17 seats. While the BJP registered victory in 11 seats, others managed 10 seats.

Jammu and Kashmir Assembly Elections 2014 Summary
The Election Commission of India (ECI) sent a team to Jammu and Kashmir to review the situation in the state and decide on when the assembly elections should be held. The team, headed by Vinod Zutshi (Deputy Election Commissioner), was in Jammu on a three-day visit beginning 7 October 2014. It held a meeting with J&K CEO Umang Narula. On his visit, the Deputy Election Commissioner met representatives of various political parties from the state to review the situation. Finally, it was decided that assembly elections in the state will be held in five phases from 25 November to 23 December. As per the official data of the Election Commission of India, the state had a total of 69,33,118 eligible voters before the 2014 assembly elections.

Major political parties that contested the elections for the 87-member state assembly were- People's Democratic Party (PDP), Jammu & Kashmir National Conference (JKNC), the Indian National Congress (INC) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Before December 2014, the JKNC and INC made up the majority in the state legislature, with 28 and 17 seats respectively.

The victory of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in all the three Lok Sabha seats in the Kashmir valley was seen as a positive sign for the party as it prepared for the assembly elections. The elections to the state legislative assembly took place in five installments on 25 November, 2 December, 9 December, 14 December and 20 December, 2014. Over 76% voter turnout was recorded during the polls. The results of the elections were announced on 23 December 2014, according to which, the PDP won most number of seats with its tally reaching 28. The BJP emerged as the second largest party with 25 seats. The ruling JKNC settled for 15 seats, while the Congress had to be content with just 12 of the 87 assembly seats. Seven seats went to others.

Jammu and Kashmir Lok Sabha Elections Summary 2014
In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections in Jammu & Kashmir, both Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) bagged three seats each. J&K has only six Lok Sabha seats, for which elections took place in five different phases. A low voter turnout was reported in all phases.


J&K is a very sensitive state considering the number of issues plaguing it. The question of the civilian rights, Kashmiri Pandits, Kashmiri migrants, and separatist movement are some of the issues that have lingered on for long. Presently, the state is ruled by a PDP-BJP alliance and PDP's chief patron Mufti Mohammad Sayeed is the Chief Minister.

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J and K Administrative structure

The state has a special status within the union government of India. Unlike the rest of the states, Jammu and Kashmir enjoys special autonomy under Article 370 of the Indian Constitution. The Union government has direct legislative powers only in matters of defence, foreign policy, and communications within the state and has indirect influence in matters of citizenship, Supreme Court jurisdiction, and emergency powers. Under the Constitution of Jammu and Kashmir, the governor is the head of state, and is appointed by the President of India. He is assisted by the Chief Minister and a council of ministers. The legislature consists of two houses: the Legislative Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) and the Legislative Council (Vidhan Parishad). The members of Vidhan Parishad are elected by various groups of politicians, local administrators and educators. A few of them are elected by the Governor. The state sends six members to the Lok Sabha (Lower House of the Parliament) and six members, elected jointly by the Legislative Assembly and Council, to the Rajya Sabha (Upper House of the Parliament). The High Court consists of a chief justice and 11 other judges, who are appointed by the President of India.

Issues of Jammu and Kashmir

Some of the major issues that have dominated the electoral process in the state include the self-rule or autonomy for J&K, separatism, militancy, presence of security forces, AFSPA (Armed Forces Special Powers Act) and other issues including unemployment, poor infrastructure and lack of electricity and water.

For many years, militancy has been a major hindrance to the development of the state. Economic development comes as a result of investment and a region that is marred by political instability and armed conflict cannot expect to attract investments.

The issue of unemployment among the youth poses a big challenge for the political parties. Due to lack of employment opportunities, the young population is taking to drugs and insurgency.

Political Parties in Jammu and Kashmir

Jammu and Kashmir National Conference (JKNC) Indian National Congress (INC)
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Jammu and Kashmir People's Democratic Party (JKPDP)

The state political parties in Jammu and Kashmir include:

All Jammu and Kashmir Patriotic Peoples Front Democratic Janata Dal (Jammu and Kashmir)
Jamaat-e-Islami Kashmir Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Freedom Party
Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party Mallah Insaf Party
Praja Parishad Jammu and Kashmir

Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly

Jammu and Kashmir has a bicameral legislature and the Legislative Assembly or Vidhan Sabha is the lower house of the legislature. The first legislature of Jammu and Kashmir was that of the Maharaja Hari Singh in 1934. However, it was not considered democratic as there were restrictions on the participation of any political party. Later, when first free democratic elections were held in the state in 1951, the National Conference got a majority in the new constituent assembly with Sheikh Abdullah as the head of government. There are a total of 87 members in the Legislative Assembly and they serve the assembly for a six-year term (The term of the legislative assembly is five years in all other Indian states). While the assembly is administered by the Speaker, the leader of the house is the Chief Minister. Check the members of Legislative Assembly (MLAs) of Jammu and Kashmir...



Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Council

The Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Council or the Jammu and Kashmir Vidhan Parishad constitutes the upper house of the legislature of the state. The members of this house serve a fixed six-year term with one-third of the members retiring every two years. There are 36 seats in the council.

Jammu and Kashmir Assembly Election Results:

List of Chief Ministers of Jammu and Kashmir

S. No.Chief MinisterFromToParty Name
1Mehbooba MuftiApril 04, 2016June 20, 2018PDP-BJP Alliance
2Mufti Mohammad Sayeed Mar 1, 2015Jan 07, 2016PDP
3Governor's RuleJan 8, 2015Mar 1, 2015--
4Omar AbdullahJan 5, 2009Dec 24, 2014JKNC
5Governor's RuleJul 11, 2008Jan 5, 2009--
6Ghulam Nabi AzadNov 2, 2005Jul 11, 2008INC
7Mufti Mohammad SayeedNov 2, 2002Nov 2, 2005PDP
8Governor's RuleOct 18, 2002Nov 2, 2002--
9Farooq AbdullahOct 9, 1996Oct 18, 2002JKNC
10Governor's RuleJan 19, 1990Oct 9, 1996--
11Farooq AbdullahNov 7, 1986Jan 19, 1990JKNC
12Governor's RuleMar 6, 1986Nov 7, 1986--
13Ghulam Mohammad ShahJul 2, 1984Mar 6, 1986JKANC
14Farooq AbdullahSep 8, 1982Jul 2, 1984JKNC
15Sheikh AbdullahJul 9, 1977Sep 8, 1982JKNC
16Governor's RuleMar 26, 1977Jul 9, 1977--
17Sheikh AbdullahFeb 25, 1975Mar 26, 1977JKNC
18Syed Mir QasimDec 12, 1971Feb 25, 1975INC
19Ghulam Mohammed SadiqMar 30, 1965Dec 12, 1971INC

List of Governors of Jammu and Kashmir

S.No.Name of GovernorFromTo
1Satya Pal MalikAug 23, 2018Incumbent
2Narinder Nath VohraJun 25, 2008Aug 23, 2018
3S.K. SinhaJun 4, 2003Jun 25, 2008
4Girish Chandra SaxenaMay 2, 1998Jun 4, 2003
5K. V. Krishna RaoMar 12, 1993May 2, 1998
6Girish Chandra SaxenaMay 26, 1990Mar 12, 1993
7JagmohanJan 19, 1990May 26, 1990
8K. V. Krishna RaoJul 1989Jan 19, 1990
9JagmohanApr 26, 1984Jul 1989
10Braj Kumar NehruFeb 22, 1981Apr 26, 1984
11Lakshmi Kant JhaJul 3, 1973Feb 22, 1981
12Bhagwan SahayMay 15, 1967Jul 3, 1973
13Yuvraj (Crown Prince) Dr. Karan SinghMar 30, 1965May 15, 1967

Cabinet Ministers of Jammu and Kashmir

S.no.Name of MinisterMinistryParty
1Ms. Mehbooba MuftiChief MinisterPDP
2Dr Nirmal Kumar SinghDeputy Chief Minister, Power Development and Housing & Urban Development.BJP
3Abdul Rehman Bhat (Veeri)Horticulture and Haj & AuqafPDP
4Chander ParkashIndustries and CommerceBJP
5Javaid Mustafa MirRevenue PDP
6Lal SinghHealth & Medical Education and ARI & TrainingsBJP
7Abdul Haq KhanRural DevelopmentPDP
8Bali BhagatSocial Welfare, Forest, Ecology and EnvironmentBJP
9Syed Basharat Ahmed BukhariLaw, Justice & Parliamentary Affairs and Relief & RehabilitationPDP
10Mr Sukhnandan KumarPublic Health Engineering and Irrigation & Flood ControlBJP
11Chowdhary Zulfkar AliConsumer Affairs & Public Distribution and Tribal AffairsPDP
12Sajad Gani LoneScience & Technology and Animal HusbandryJKPC
13Haseeb A. DrabuFinance, Labour & Employment and CulturePDP
14Ghulam Nabi LoneAgriculture ProductionPDP
15Syed Mohammad Altaf BukhariPublic Works, Floriculture and Gardens & ParksPDP
16Imran Raza AnsariInformation Technology, Technical Education and Youth Services and SportsPDP
17Naeem AkhterMinister for EducationPDP
18Chering DorjayMinister of State for Cooperative (Independent Charge) and MoS Ladakh AffairsBJP
19Abdul Majid PadderMinister of State for Public Health Engineering, Irrigation & Flood Control, Animal Husbandry and ForestPDP
20Sunil Kumar SharmaMinister of State for Public Works (R&B) and RevenueBJP
21Mohammad Ashraf MirMinister of State for Industries and Commerce, Power Development and Housing & Urban DevelopmentPDP
22Abdul Ghani KohliMinister of State for Transport (Independent Charge), MoS Rural Development and HorticultureBJP
23Priya SethiMinister of State for Information, Education and CultureBJP
24Pawan Kumar Gupta Minister of State for Finance and Information TechnologyBJP
25Asiya NaqashMinister of State for Health and Social WelfarePDP
*Note:- All Other departments/subjects not assigned to any of the above Ministers shall remain with the Chief Minister

Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Jammu and Kashmir

Shri Shantmanu, IAS is the Chief Electoral Officer of Jammu and Kashmir. He is also the Commissioner and Secretary to Government of the Election Department. During the months of May-October, the official address of the CEO is Block-A, Old Secretariat, Srinagar. However, from November to April, the official address is 2nd Floor, Vikas Bhawan, Rail Head Complex, Jammu. For more details click here.

Last Updated on May 21, 2019