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NC, Congress won't fight each other in RS polls
January 28, 2015 10:19 AM
The National Conference will back Congress' Ghulam Nabi Azad in the Feb 7 Rajya Sabha elections for four seats in Jammu and Kashmir. This was decided after an hour long meeting between National Conference leader Omar Abdullah and Congress president Sonia Gandhi late on Tuesday in New Delhi. The National Conference will field former ministers - Sajad Ahmad Kichloo and Nasir Aslam Wani - for two other seats. The NC-Congress combine would field candidates for only three out of the four seats to ensure Azad's victory in these elections, sources said. The Bharatiya Janata Party has also announced to field two candidates - Chander Mohan Sharma and Shamsher Singh - for two seats, while the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has fielded Nazir Ahmad Laway and Fayaz Ahmad Mir for the other two seats. Source: IANS
BJP names two candidates for Rajya Sabha polls in Kashmir
January 28, 2015 09:52 AM
The BJP on Tuesday named two candidates - Shamsher Singh and Chander Mohan Sharma - for the Rajya Sabha elections in Jammu and Kashmir. The names were approved by Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah Shah, a BJP release issued in New Delhi said. Source: IANS
PDP names two candidates for Rajya Sabha polls
January 24, 2015 10:53 AM
The PDP on Friday named two candidates for the Rajya Sabha elections in Jammu and Kashmir scheduled to be held on Feb 7. Nazir Ahmed Laway and Fayaz Ahmed are the two candidates, Peoples Democratic Party chief spokesman Naeem Akhtar said in Jammu on Friday. Both the candidates had lost last year's assembly elections. Laway was defeated by Muhammad Yousuf Tarigami of the Communist Party of India-Marxist from Kulgam assembly seat and Fayaz Ahmed was defeated from Kupwara seat by Bashir Ahmad of the People's Conference. Both the candidates were nominated unanimously by the PDP's political affairs committee because of their "good performance" in the assembly elections although they did not win, he said. The four seats were held by Ghulam Nabi Azad and Saifuddin Soz of the Congress and Ghulam Nabi Ratanpuri and Muhammad Shafi Uri of the National Conference. Source: IANS
NC sends letter of support for PDP to Kashmir governor
January 14, 2015 10:40 AM
The National Conference on Tuesday formally handed over a letter to Jammu and Kashmir Governor N.N. Vohra stating its support to the PDP for forming the government in the state. A statement issued by the National Conference said that party leader Devender Rana called on the governor at Raj Bhavan in J&K to hand over the communication that reiterated the party's support to the Peoples Democratic Party for forming the government. Reacting to the development, PDP chief spokesman Naeem Akhtar said that the party would deliberate on the offer in an appropriate forum. PDP leader and Lok Sabha member Mehbooba Mufti, however, said during a programme on Radio Kashmir in Srinagar that the vote of the people was against the National Conference-Congress rule in the state. Source: IANS
Omar Abdullah ready for an alliance with PDP
January 13, 2015 06:12 PM
Former Jammu and Kashmir CM Omar Abdullah has said in a fresh statement that his party is ready to form an alliance with PDP for government formation in the state. Source : News Reports

Jammu and Kashmir Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Election Results 2014

Jammu and Kashmir Assembly 2014 Party Wise Results
Jammu and KashmirAssembly 2008 Party Wise Results
Table showing names of the winners/runner-ups for all the assembly constituencies of  Jammu and Kashmir.

Contituency NameLeading/WinnerTrailing/Runnerup
Karnah Raja Manzoor Ahmad (PDP )WinnerKifil Ur Rehman Khan (JKNC )Runner-up
Kupwara Adv. Bashir Ahmad Dar (JPC )WinnerMir Mohd Fayaz (PDP )Runner-up
Lolab Abdul Haq Khan (PDP )WinnerQaiser Jamsheed Lone (JKNC )Runner-up
HandwaraSajad Gani Lone (JPC)WinnerN.A
LangateAbdul Rashid Sheikh (IND)WinnerN.A
Uri Mohammad Shafi (JKNC )WinnerAijaz Ali Khan (PDP )Runner-up
Rafiabad Yawar Ahmad Mir (PDP )WinnerAbdul Gani Vakil (INC )Runner-up
Sopore Abdul Rashid Dar (INC )WinnerNazir Ahmad Naikoo (PDP )Runner-up
Gurez Nazir Ahmad Khan (JKNC )WinnerFaqir Mohammad Khan (INC )Runner-up
Bandipora Usman Abdul Majid (INC )WinnerNizamuddin Bhat (PDP )Runner-up
Sonawari Mohammad Akbar Lone (JKNC )WinnerYasir Reshi (PDP )Runner-up
Sangrama Syed Basharat Ahmed Bukhari (PDP )WinnerShuib Nabi Lone (INC )Runner-up
BaramullaJavid Hassan Baig (PDP)WinnerN.A
Gulmarg Mohd. Abass Wani (PDP )WinnerGhulam Hassan Mir (JKDPN )Runner-up
Pattan Imran Raza Ansari (PDP )WinnerAga Syed Mehmood Al Mosavi (JKNC )Runner-up
Kangan Altaf Ahmad (JKNC )WinnerBashir Ahmad Mir (PDP )Runner-up
Ganderbal Ishfaq Ahmad Sheikh (JKNC )WinnerQazi Mohammad Afzal (PDP )Runner-up
Hazratbal Asiea (PDP )WinnerMohammad Syed Akhoon (JKNC )Runner-up
Zadibal Abid Hussain Ansari (PDP )WinnerPeer Afaq Ahmad (JKNC )Runner-up
Idgah Mubarik Ahmad Gul (JKNC )WinnerAli Mohammad Wani (PDP )Runner-up
Khanyar Ali Mohd Sagar (JKNC )WinnerMuhammad Khurshid Alam (PDP )Runner-up
Habbakadal Shamim Firdous (JKNC )WinnerMoti Koul (BJP )Runner-up
AmirakadalSyed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari (PDP)WinnerN.A
Sonawar Mohammad Ashraf Mir (PDP )WinnerOmar Abdullah (JKNC )Runner-up
Batamaloo Noor Mohd Sheikh (PDP )WinnerMohd Irfan Shah (JKNC )Runner-up
Chadoora Javaid Mustafa Mir (PDP )WinnerAli Mohammad Dar (JKNC )Runner-up
Badgam Aga Syed Ruhullah Mehdi (JKNC )WinnerGh Mohi-Ud-Din Bhat (Muntazir) (PDP )Runner-up
BeerwahOmar Abdullah (JKNC)WinnerN.A
Khansahib Hakeem Mohammad Yaseen Shah (JKPDF (S) )WinnerSaif-U-Din Bhat (PDP )Runner-up
Charari Sharief Ghulam Nabi Lone (PDP )WinnerAbdul Rahim Rather (JKNC )Runner-up
Tral Mr. Mushtaq Ahmad Shah (PDP )WinnerMr. Mohd Ashraf Bhat (JKNC )Runner-up
Pampore Zahoor Ahmad Mir (PDP )WinnerYawar Ali Abass Masoodi (JKNC )Runner-up
Pulwama Mohd. Khalil Band (PDP )WinnerGhulam Nabi Wani (JKNC )Runner-up
Rajpora Haseeb A Drabu (PDP )WinnerGhulam Mohi-Ud-Din Mir (JKNC )Runner-up
Wachi Aijaz Ahmad Mir (PDP )WinnerShowkat Hussain Ganie (JKNC )Runner-up
Shopian Mohd Yousuf Bhat (PDP )WinnerShabir Ahmad Kullay (IND )Runner-up
Noorabad Abdul Majid Padder (PDP )WinnerSakina Itoo (JKNC )Runner-up
Kulgam Mohamad Yousuf Tarigami (CPM )WinnerNazir Ahmad Laway (PDP )Runner-up
Homeshalibugh Ab. Majeed (JKNC )WinnerAbdul Gaffar Sofi (PDP )Runner-up
AnantnagMufti Mohd Sayeed (PDP)WinnerN.A
Devsar Mohammad Amin Bhat (INC )WinnerMohammad Sartaj Madni (PDP )Runner-up
Dooru Syed Farooq Ahmad Andrabi (PDP )WinnerGhulam Ahmad Mir (INC )Runner-up
Kokernag Abdul Rahim Rather (PDP )WinnerPeerzada Mohammad Syed (INC )Runner-up
ShangusGulzar Ahmad Wani (INC)WinnerN.A
Bijbehara Abdul Rehman Bhat (PDP )WinnerBashir Ahmad Shah (JKNC )Runner-up
Pahalgam Altaf Ahmad Wani (JKNC )WinnerRafi Ahmad Mir (PDP )Runner-up
Nobra Deldan Namgail (INC )WinnerTsetan Namgyal (JKNC )Runner-up
Leh Nawang Rigzin (INC )WinnerChering Dorjay (BJP )Runner-up
Kargil Asgar Ali Karbalaie (INC )WinnerAnayat Ali (PDP )Runner-up
Zanskar Syed Mohammad Baqir Rizvi (IND )WinnerGhulam Raza (INC )Runner-up
Kishtwar Sunil Kumar Sharma S/O Lt Bansi Lal Sharma (BJP )WinnerSajjad Ahmed Kitchloo S/O Bashir Ahmed Kichloo (JKNC )Runner-up
Inderwal Ghulam Mohd Saroori S/O Late Saidullah Saroori (INC )WinnerTariq Hussain Keen S/O Ghulam Hussain Keen (BJP )Runner-up
Doda Shakti Raj (BJP )WinnerAbdul Majid Wani (INC )Runner-up
Bhaderwah Daleep Singh (BJP )WinnerMohd Sharief Niaz (INC )Runner-up
Ramban Neelam Kumar Langeh (BJP )WinnerDr. Chaman Lal (JKNC )Runner-up
Banihal Vikar Rasool Wani (INC )WinnerBashir Ahmed Runyal (PDP )Runner-up
Gulabgarh Mumtaz Ahmed (INC )WinnerAbdul Gani Malik (JKNC )Runner-up
Reasi Ajay Nanda (BJP )WinnerSaraf Singh (IND )Runner-up
Gool Arnas Ajaz Ahmed Khan (INC )WinnerKuldeep Raj Dubey (BJP )Runner-up
Udhampur Pawan Kumar Gupta (IND )WinnerBalwant Singh Mankotia (JKNPP )Runner-up
Chanani Dina Nath (BJP )WinnerKrishan Chander (INC )Runner-up
Ramnagar Ranbir Singh Pathania (BJP )WinnerHarsh Dev Singh (JKNPP )Runner-up
Bani Jewan Lal (BJP )WinnerGhulam Hyder Malik (JKNC )Runner-up
Basohli Lal Singh (BJP )WinnerDavinder Singh (JKNC )Runner-up
Kathua Rajiv Jasrotia (BJP )WinnerSom Raj Majotra (BSP )Runner-up
Billawar Dr. Nirmal Kumar Singh (BJP )WinnerDr. Manohar Lal Sharma (INC )Runner-up
Hiranagar Kuldeep Raj (BJP )WinnerGirdhari Lal Chalotra (INC )Runner-up
Samba Devinder Kumar Manyal (BJP )WinnerYash Paul Kundal (JKNPP )Runner-up
Vijaypur Chander Parkash (BJP )WinnerSurjit Singh Slathia (JKNC )Runner-up
Nagrota Devender Singh Rana (JKNC )WinnerNand Kishore (BJP )Runner-up
Gandhinagar Kavinder Gupta (BJP )WinnerRaman Bhalla (INC )Runner-up
Jammu East Rajesh Gupta (BJP )WinnerVikram Malhotra (INC )Runner-up
Jammu West Sat Paul Sharma (BJP )WinnerSurinder Singh Shingari (INC )Runner-up
Bishnah Kamal Verma (JKNC )WinnerAshwani Kumar Sharma (BJP )Runner-up
R.S. Pura Dr. Gagan Bhagat (BJP )WinnerBushan Lal (PDP )Runner-up
Suchetgarh Sham Lal Choudhary (BJP )WinnerTaranjit Singh Tony (JKNC )Runner-up
Marh Sukhnandan Kumar (BJP )WinnerAjay Kumar Sadhotra (JKNC )Runner-up
Raipur Domana Bali Bhagat (BJP )WinnerMula Ram (INC )Runner-up
Akhnoor Rajeev Sharma (BJP )WinnerSham Lal Sharma (INC )Runner-up
Chhamb Dr. Kirshan Lal (BJP )WinnerTara Chand (INC )Runner-up
Nowshera Ravinder Kumar (BJP )WinnerSurinder Choudhary (PDP )Runner-up
Darhal Choudhary Zulfkar Ali (PDP )WinnerChoudhary Liaqat Ali (JKNC )Runner-up
Rajouri Qamar Hussain (PDP )WinnerChowdhary Talib Husain (BJP )Runner-up
Kalakote Abdul Ghani Kohli (BJP )WinnerRachhpal Singh (JKNC )Runner-up
Surankote Ch Mohd Akram (INC )WinnerMushtaq Ahmed Shah (JKNC )Runner-up
Mendhar Javed Ahmed Rana (JKNC )WinnerMohd Mahroof Khan (PDP )Runner-up
Poonch Haveli Shah Mohd Tantray (PDP )WinnerAjaz Ahmed Jan (JKNC )Runner-up

Below shown is the result for all important candidates for Jammuandkashmir Vidhan Sabha Elections 2014.
Abdul Rahim Rather
PDP constituency:Kokernag
Votes so far: 24284
Aijaz Ali Khan
PDP constituency:Uri
Votes so far: 18567
Ali Mohd Sagar
JKNC constituency:Khanyar
Votes so far: 6505
Ghulam Ahmad Mir
INC constituency:Dooru
Votes so far: 17989
Ghulam Hassan Mir
JKDPN constituency:Gulmarg
Votes so far: 20146
Ghulam Nabi Lone
PDP constituency:Charari Sharief
Votes so far: 32849
Haseeb A Drabu
PDP constituency:Rajpora
Votes so far: 18103
Mohammad Ashraf Mir
PDP constituency:Sonawar
Votes so far: 14283
Mohammad Shafi
JKNC constituency:Uri
Votes so far: 24359
Mohd. Abass Wani
PDP constituency:Gulmarg
Votes so far: 22957
Mufti Mohd Sayeed
PDP constituency:Anantnag
Votes so far: Not Available
Muhammad Khurshid Alam
PDP constituency:Khanyar
Votes so far: 5338
Omar Abdullah
JKNC constituency:Sonawar
Votes so far: 9500
Omar Abdullah
JKNC constituency:Beerwah
Votes so far: Not Available
Peerzada Mohammad Syed
INC constituency:Kokernag
Votes so far: 19713
Syed Farooq Ahmad Andrabi
PDP constituency:Dooru
Votes so far: 18150
Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari
PDP constituency:Amirakadal
Votes so far: Not Available

About Jammu & Kashmir Elections

Jammu and Kashmir, snuggled on the circuit of the Himalayas, has always been the point of discontentment between India and her neighbour Pakistan. Like in other states in India, this state also has multi-party democratic system of governance.

Quick facts for Jammu and Kashmir Elections 2015

Parliamentary Constituencies
Assembly Constituencies 87
Ruling PartyJammu & Kashmir National Conference
Opposition PartyPeoples Democratic Party
Chief MinisterOmar Abdullah
GovernorNarinder Nath Vohra
Chief Electoral OfficerUmang Narula
AddressOffice of the Chief Electoral Officer, Old Secretariat, Srinagar (May to Oct)
Currently, Indian National Congress and National Conference are in majority in the state legislature with 17 seats and 28 seats respectively. Under article 370, Jammu and Kashmir was granted a special autonomous status.

The Assembly Elections of 2002 in the Jammu and Kashmir seemed to be turning point in the political history. The elections helped in restoring the faith of people of Jammu and Kashmir. It was the time when PDP came into the power and soon there was a new chapter which was ready to be written in the political history of the state. In the last Assembly polls of Jammu and Kashmir, the National Conference won 28 seats, People's Democratic Alliance 21 seats, Congress party 17 seats, BJP registered their win in 11 seats, while others won 10 seats.

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Quick facts for J&K Elections 2015 About Jammu & Kashmir Elections Administrative structure
Issues of the state Political Parties in Jammu and Kashmir Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly
Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Council List of Chief Ministers of J&K List of Governors of Jammu and Kashmir
Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of J&K Latest News And Update Party Wise Lok Sabha Election Results 2014
PCs and ACs Elections Results of J&K Cabinet Ministers of Jammu and Kashmir

About Jammu and Kashmir Assembly Election 2014

The Election Commission of India (ECI) team visited Jammu and Kashmir to review the situation in the state to 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 7th October and held a meeting with CEO Umang Narula. Also on his visit, the deputy election commissioner met representatives of different political parties from the state to review the situation. Finally, a decision was held to hold Assembly elections in the state from November 25. The Legislative Assembly of J&K comprises 87 members whose fate will be decided by 6,933,118 voters. Major political parties in the state are National Conference (NC), the Indian National Congress (INC), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Jammu and Kashmir People's Democratic Party (PDP). At present, the NC and INC make up the majority in the state legislature, with 28 and 17 seats respectively.

But the ruling coalition partners, the NC and the INC will not get into any pre-poll alliance for the upcoming assembly elections in the state and will contest against each other.

The victory of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in all the three LS seats in the Kashmir valley is a big boost to the party as it prepares for the Assembly elections. PDP stood first in 41 of the 87 assembly seats in 2014 LS polls. On the other hand, the BJP will launch its Mission 44+ seats in the Assembly elections to have its own Government in the state. But according to the statistics, the highest number of seats the BJP could win was 11 in the last assembly elections that took place in 2008.

Looking at the political scenario in the Kashmir Valley after 1996, it would not be possible for INC to get simple majority on its own in the J&K Legislature. The National Conference too needs to change its policies if it wants to taste victory.

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 Constitution of India. The Union government has direct legislative powers only in matters of defense, 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 smaller Legislative Council (Vidhan Parishad). The members of Vidhan Parishad are elected by various groups of politicians, local administrators, and educators and a few by the governor. The state sends six members to the Lok Sabha (Lower House) and six members, elected by the combined Legislative Assembly and Council, to the Rajya Sabha (Upper House). The High Court consists of a chief justice and 11 other judges, who are appointed by the President of India.

Issues of the state

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 and other issues including development, unemployment, education, 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 there won’t be any investment in an area where there is political instability and armed conflict.

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

Political Parties in Jammu and Kashmir

The main national level political parties in Jammu and Kashmir include the
Jammu and Kashmir National Conference (JKNC), The Indian National Congress (INC),
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) The Jammu and Kashmir People's Democratic Party (JKPDP)

State Level Political parties in Jammu And Kashmir

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 Lok Sabha Election Summary 2014

In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections in Jammu & Kashmir, both Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Jammu & Kashmir 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 J&K in all phases.

The Jammu & Kashmir (J&K) is a very sensitive state in terms of politics. There are several major issues in the state which includes the question of the civilian rights, Kashmiri Hindus, Kashmir migrants, separatist movements etc. Presently, the state is ruled by an INC alliance and Omar Abdullah is the Chief Minister of J&K.

Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly

Jammu and Kashmir has a bicameral legislature and the Legislative Assembly of Jammu and Kashmir or the Jammu and Kashmir Vidhan Sabha is the lower house of the legislature. The first legislature of kingdom of now the state of Jammu and Kashmir was of the Maharaja of Kashmir Hari Singh in 1934. However, it was considered undemocratic as there were restrictions on the participation of any political party. Later when first free democratic elections were held in the state in 1957, the National Conference got a majority in the new constituent assembly with Sheikh Abdullah as the head of government. The members of the Legislative Assembly are presently 87 and serve the assembly for a six-year term. While the assembly is administered by Speaker, the leader of the house is the chief minister.

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 of Jammu and Kashmir. 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.

List of Chief Ministers of Jammu and Kashmir

Sl. No.Chief Ministers of Jammu and KashmirFromTo Party
1Omar AbdullahJan 5, 2009PresentJKNC
2President's RuleJul 11, 2008Jan 5, 2009
3Ghulam Nabi AzadNov 2, 2005Jul 11, 2008INC
4Mufti Mohammad SayeedNov 2, 2002Nov 2, 2005PDP
5President's RuleOct 18, 2002Nov 2, 2002
6Farooq AbdullahOct 9, 1996Oct 18, 2002JKN
7President's RuleJan 19, 1990Oct 9, 1996
8Farooq AbdullahNov 7, 1986Jan 19, 1990JKN
9President's RuleMar 6, 1986Nov 7, 1986
10Ghulam Mohammad ShahJul 2, 1984Mar 6, 1986JKANC
11Farooq AbdullahSep 8, 1982Jul 2, 1984JKN
12Sheikh AbdullahJul 9, 1977Sep 8, 1982JKN
13President's RuleMar 26, 1977Jul 9, 1977
14Sheikh AbdullahFeb 25, 1975Mar 26, 1977JKN
15Syed Mir QasimDec 12, 1971Feb 25, 1975INC
16Ghulam Mohammed SadiqMar 30, 1965Dec 12, 1971INC

List of Governors of Jammu and Kashmir

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

Cabinet Ministers of Jammu and Kashmir

Name of MinistersMinisteries
Mr. Omar Abdullah Hon'ble Chief Minister, Jammu & Kashmir
Mr. Tara Chand Hon'ble Deputy Chief Minister, Minister for School Education
Mr. Abdul Rahim Rather Hon'ble Minister for Finance & Ladakh Affairs
Peerzada Mohd. Sayeed Hon'ble Minister for Public Enterprises, Haj, Auqaf and Floriculture
Mr. Ali Mohammad Sagar Hon'ble Minister for Rural Development and Panchayats
Mr. Mian Altaf AhmadHon'ble Minister for Forest, Environment and Ecology
Mr. Taj Mohi-ud-din Hon'ble Minister for Health and Medical Education
Mr. Nawang Rigzin Jora Hon'ble Minister for Urban Development and Urban Local Bodies
Mr. Sham Lal Sharma Hon'ble Minister for PHE, Irrigation and Flood Control
Mr. Ghulam Hassan Mir Hon'ble Minister for Agriculture Production
Ms. Sakina Itoo Hon'ble Minister for Social Welfare, ARI & Trainings and Public Grievances
Mr. Raman Bhalla Hon'ble Minister for Housing, Horticulture and Culture and additional charge of Sports and Youth Services
Mr. Mohammad Akbar Lone Hon'ble Minister for Higher Education
Choudhary Mohammad Ramzan Hon'ble Minister for Consumer Affairs & Public Distribution and Transport
Mr. Ajay Sadhotr Hon'ble Minister for Planning & Development and Labour & Employment
Mr. Ghulam Ahmad Mir Hon'ble Minister for Tourism
Mr. Abdul Majid Wani Hon'ble Minister for R&B and Mechanical Engineering
Mir Saifullah Hon'ble Minister for Law, Justice & Parliamentary Affairs
Mr. Ajaz Ahmed Khan Hon'ble Minister of State Revenue, Relief & Rehabilitation (Independent Charge)
Dr. Manohar Lal SharmaHon'ble Minister of State Fisheries, Cooperative, Printing & Stationery and Elections(Independent Charge), Hon'ble Minister of State Finance and Planning, Higher Education, Forests, Environment and Ecology, Labour and Transport
Mr. Sajjad Ahmad Kitchloo Hon'ble Minister of State Industries & Commerce (Independent Charge) Minister of State for Home, R&B and Mechanical Engineering, Housing & Urban Development, Tourism & Culture
Mr. Feroz Ahmad KhanHon'ble Minister of State Science & Technology and Information Technology(Independent Charge), Minister of State for Medical Education, School Education, Youth Services & Sports
Mr. Nazir Ahmad Khan (Gurezi) Hon'ble Minister of State Animal & Sheep Husbandry (Independent Charge), Minister of State for PHE, Irrigation & Flood Control, Horticulture, Agriculture & Floriculture
Mr. Viqar Rasool Wani Hon'ble Minister of State Technical Education (Independent Charge), Minister of State for Law, Justice, Parliamentary Affairs, Rural Development and Panchayats, Social Welfare, Power, Hospitality & Protocol, Information and Consumer Affairs & Public Distribution

Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Jammu and Kashmir

Umang Narula (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 is Block-A, Old Secretariat, Srinagar. However, from November to April, the official address is 2nd Floor, Vikas Bhawan, Rail Head Complex, Jammu.

Contact details:
Office Phone: 0194-2473609 (Srinagar)/0191-2477519 (Jammu)
Residence Phone: 0194-2501769 (Srinagar)/0191-2437869 (Jammu)
Fax: 0194-2452654 (Srinagar)/0191-2477389 (Jammu)
Mobile: +91-9419036231

Last Updated on December 24, 2014

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