Srinagar: The anti-Modi alliance led by Farooq Abdullah has won the local body elections within the occupied valley.
According to Indian media, a coalition of seven parties led by former Chief Minister of Occupied Kashmir Farooq Abdullah has won the District Development Council elections in Occupied Kashmir. within the local body elections, the anti-Modi coalition won 112 out of 280 seats. The Bharatiya Janata Party won 74 seats, the Congress 26 and therefore the Independents 49 seats.
According to the committee , the local body elections in Occupied Kashmir were completed in eight phases from November 28 to December 19, while quite 51% of the 6 million registered voters in 20 districts of the Valley exercised their franchise.
On the opposite hand, Omar Abdullah, vice-president of the Occupied Jammu and Kashmir National Conference, accused the administration of pressuring independent candidates to hitch the Bharatiya Janata Party, saying that independent candidates were being sent to Srinagar for talks while his party A member of the party has been abducted by police for contacting independent candidates.