The DDC election is getting observed as a battle in between the BJP and other political parties in the location. The elections to this 3rd tier of Panchayati Raj method had been held for the initial time in Jammu and Kashmir and were being the to start with mass polls due to the fact the abrogation of Article 370 in August 2019.
Jammu and Kashmir Lt Governor Manoj Sinha congratulated voters and the election machinery of the union territory for the prosperous perform of the to start with-at any time District Advancement Council (DDC) elections. “Strengthening the 3-tiers of the Panchayati Raj procedure in J&K, the DDC elections have been held for the initial time in the UT, and the reaction to the DDC elections has been quite encouraging,” Sinha explained. The election had been mainly tranquil and smooth.
“Youth and initially-time voters of J&K voted for a new and superior tomorrow. The polling stations across the UT witnessed lengthy queues of enthusiastic voters and people today came out to vote in substantial numbers, with the voter turnout share even in the usually small percentage locations registering manifold raise as in contrast to earlier held Parliamentary and panchayat elections which itself manifests that the religion of the individuals of Jammu and Kashmir in the democratic procedure has deepened,” the lieutenant governor stated. Thanking all officers for their determination and established initiatives for the smooth perform of the DDC elections, he mentioned, “Over all, I thank and congratulate the individuals of J&K for participating in the elections with this sort of enthusiasm and zeal and producing the elections a significant achievements.” He reported with the fruits of the DDC elections, the folks of J&K will, for the initial time in background, see a certainly empowered grassroots democracy entailing direct funding and decentralised decision-making in the organizing and progress of rural areas.
“I reassure the men and women of J&K that we will sincerely get the job done towards the betterment of all, and J&K will march ahead on the path of peace and development with out any discrimination,” the Lt governor stated.