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Jammu and Kashmir 2nd INC Candidate List 2014, J&K Vidhan Sabha 69 Contesting Candidates declared, J&K vidhan sabha candidate list, INC candidate List 2014, J&K election ticket declared, J&K Vidhan Sabha election Candidate, INC releases candidate List for J&K, Jammu and Kashmir Vidhan sabha election 2014

 

SRINAGAR:  After hectic deliberations and clearance from party president Sonia Gandhi, Congress released the list of 69 candidates today. The party has already released first list of 15 candidates for 87-member J&K Assembly, elections for which will be held in five phases beginning November 25.

 

Deputy Chief Minister Tara Chand - Chhamb, Jammu,  

Raman Bhalla - Gandhi Nagar,  Jammu,

Taj Mohiuddin - Uri,

Peerzada Mohammad Sayeed - Kokernag

G A Mir - Dooru in South kashmir.

Sham Lal Sharma, - Akhnoor in Jammu district.

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S. No

AC Name

Candidate Name

1

Karnah

EAsghar Khan

2

Kupwara

Gulam Rasool Malik

3

Lolab

Haji Farooq Ahmad Mir

4

Handwara

Mohammad Yasin Bhat

5

Langate

Bashir Ahmad Wani

6

Uri

Taj Mohi-ud-Din

7

Rafiabad

Abdul Gani Vakil

8

Sopore

Haji Abdul Rasheed Dar

12

Sangarma

Shoaib Nabi Lone

13

Baramulla

Salman Anees Soz

15

Pattan

Shaikh Riaz Ahmed

18

Hazaratbal

Sayeed Ahmed

19

Zadibal

Shameema Raina

20

Idgah

Imtiyaz Ahmad Khan

21

Khanyar

Mohammad Yaqoob Vakil

22

Habbakadal

Raman Mattoo

23

Amirakadal

Amir Rasool

24

Sonawar

Mrs. Khem Lata Wakhloo

25

Batamaloo

Abdul Hameed Rather

26

Chadoora

Master Mohammad Maqbool

27

Badgam

Ghulam Hassan Geelani

28

Beerwah

Nazir Ahmad Khan

29

Khansahib

Abdul Ghani Naseem

30

Charari

Sharief Zahid Hussain Jan

31

Tral

Gulam Mohammad Mir

32

Pampore

Mohammad Anwar Bhat

33

Pulwama

Bashir Ahmad Magray

34

Rajpora

Fayaz Ahmad Dar

35

Wachi

Maroof Ahmad Wani

36

Shopian

Mushtaq Ahmad Khandey

37

Noorabad

Manzoor Ahmad Zargar

38

Kulgam

Peer Nizamuddin

39

Homeshalibugh

Anayatullah Rather

40

Anantnag

Hilal Ahmad Shah

41

Devsar

Mohammad Amin Bhat

42

Doru

G. A. Mir

43

Kokernag

Peerzada Mohammad Syeed

44

Shangus

Gulzar Ahmad Wani

45

Bijbehara

Manzoor Ahmad Ganai

46

Pahalgaon

Irfan Ahmad Bhat (Kullar)

57

Gulabgarh

Mumtaz Ahmad Khan

58

Reasi

Jugal Kishore

59

Goolarnas

Aijaz Ahmad Khan

60

Udhampur

Ashok Gupta

61

Chanani -sc

Kishan Lal Baghat

62

Ramnagar

Vinod Khajuria

63

Bani

Rajnish Sharma

65

Kathua

Jatinder (Babu) Singh

66

Billawar

Manohar Lal Sharma

67

Hiranagar

Girdari Lal Chalotra

68

Samba

Subhash Bhagat

69

Vijaypur

S. Manjeet Singh

70

Nagrota

Shiv Dev Singh

71

Gandhinagar

Raman Bhalla

72

Jammu East

Vikram Malhotra

74

Bishnah

Gulchain Singh Charak

75

R.S. Pura

MS. Suman Bhagat

76

Suchetgarh

R. S. Chib

77

Marh

Balwan Singh

78

Raipur Domana

Mula Ram

79

Akhnoor

Sham Lal Sharma

80

Chhamb

Tara Chand

81

Nowshera

Ravinder Sharma

82

Darhal

Mohd Iqbal Malik

83

Rajauri

Shabir Ahmad Khan

84

Kalakote

Ashok Sharma

85

Surankote

Chowdry Akram

86

Mendhar

Murtaza Khan

The party fielded a Kashmiri Pandit woman, Khem Lata Wakhloo from Sonawar constituency in Srinagar. She will be contesting against ruling National Conference working president and J&K Chief Minister Omar Abdullah.

 

73-year-old Khemlata Wakhloo was kidnapped by militants in September 1991. She remained in the militant custody for about two months and was later released by her abductors.

 

She has unsuccessfully contested from Sonawar constituency as Congress candidates in 2002 and 2008 Assembly polls and lost on both the occasions.

 

In 2008 polls, she had bagged 6301 votes as against 6924 by PDP’s Ghulam Qadir Pardesi and 7018 votes by NC’s Farooq Abdullah. Farooq had won the seat and after his election to Lok Sabha in 2009, he vacated the seat. In the bye-poll NC’s Mohammad Yasin Shah won the elections from the constituency as Congress did not put its candidate as per seat-sharing agreement with NC.

 

Omar has decided not to contest from Abdullah family’s traditional Ganderbal seat. He will be contesting from two seats – Sonawar in Srinagar and Beerwah in central Kashmir.

 

From Beerwah seat, Congress has fielded Nazir Ahmad Khan son of former PDP leader Sarfaraz Ahmad Khan. He had been the runner up in the last Assembly elections from the seat, which was won by PDP’s Shafi Ahmad Wani.

 

Congress party’s national spokesperson, Salman Anees Soz, will be making his electoral debut and contesting from Baramulla seat in North Kashmir.

 

Soz, son of J&K Pradesh Congress Chief Saif-ud-Din Soz, will be facing tough battle from PDP’s candidate. PDP’s Muzaffar Hussain Baig, who is now MP, had won the Assembly election from Baramulla seat in 2002 and 2008 polls.

 

Congress also gave ticket to one of its tainted legislator and former Minister of State for Health, Shabir Ahmad Khan from Rajouri seat in Jammu province.

 

Khan, who is the sitting MLA from the constituency, is facing a case in J&K High Court after a woman doctor accused him of trying to molest her inside his official chamber early this year.

 

The party also gave ticket to another tainted former minister and Kashmiri Pandit, Raman Matoo from Habbal Kadal constituency in Srinagar.

 

Matoo had won the seat in 2002 polls and was minister in PDP-Congress coalition government. He was arrested after his name figures in infamous sex scandal case in the Valley. However, his name alongwith other accused was later cleared.

 

BJP has also named a Kashmiri Pandit candidate from Habba Kadal constituency, where there are over 20,000 Kashmiri Pandit migrant voters.

 

Congress has also fielded former separatist leader-turned-mainstream leader Mohammad Yaqbool Vakil from Srinagar’s Khanyar seat. 

 

The party has not left any seats for CPI(M) leader Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami and independent MLA Hakeem Mohammad Yaseen in Kulgam , South Kashmir and Khan Sahib in central Kashmir respectively. Both Tarigami and Yaseen were having friendly relationship with Congress and the party had given indications that it may leave seats for them.

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