Ladakh (J&K) Election 2019: Neck-and-neck challenge between Budhhist pioneers Tsering Namgyal and Rigzin Spalbar - watsupptoday.com
Ladakh (J&K) Election 2019: Neck-and-neck challenge between Budhhist pioneers Tsering Namgyal and Rigzin Spalbar
Posted 02 May 2019 03:46 PM

The cold desert of Ladakh is one of the six Parliamentary electorates of Jammu and Kashmir which went to surveys on May 6 in the fifth period of the 2019 general races. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) handled 31-year-old Jamyang Tsering Namgyal, who is presently filling in as the CEO councilor (CEC) of Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council (LAHDC). Then again, the Congress in an alliance with the National Conference selected Rigzin Spalbar for the seat of Ladakh. The electorate saw a neck-and-neck challenge between the two Buddhist pioneers.

In 2014 general races, the sitting MP from Ladakh Thupstan Chhewang of the BJP vanquished Ghulam Raza, an Independent applicant. It was a nearby challenge between the two competitors and Thupstan Chhewang won with a thin edge of 36 cast a ballot. The voter turnout in Ladakh was 69 percent in 2014.

The Ladakh Lok Sabha body electorate contains four Assembly portions to be specific Nubra, Kargil, Zanskar and Leh.

Ladakh is a body electorate arranged close to the Line of Control. Kargil region was once all around politically powerless and unstable. It comprises of a greater part of Shia Muslims. Then again, Leh is a locale which draws its financial pay from the travel industry.

Jammu and Kashmir went to Lok Sabha surveys in five stages from April 11 to May 5.

The aftereffects of the Lok Sabha decisions will be proclaimed on May 23 will seal the political destiny of 8,000 hopefuls and 1,800 ideological groups in quarrel for the 543 seats.

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