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According to the early trends, BJP is leading in Jammu and Kashmir with 7 seats. While in a shocking turn Congress has till now received 4 seats. Exit polls in the state had predicted a strong fight between the PDP and Congress. While PDP has received 3 seats until now. The ruling National Conference is trailing behind with leading on just 2 seats. The exit poll results have predicted tough fight between PDP and BJP. Jammu and Kashmir State Assembly Election Results 2014 Live News Update: BJP leads on 7, Congress 4 Also Read - Delhi Chalo: Rahul Gandhi Backs Protesting Farmers, Says Modi Govt Will Have To Take Back 'The Black Law'

The five phase polling began from November 23 and ended on December 20. People came out in high numbers this election in the state. Voters had braved cold and other problems to exercise their rights for a change and be a part of the democratic process. The vote counting of Jammu and Kashmir Assembly Elections 2014 will declare the fate of 821 candidates is at stake. Exit polls in the state had predicted predicted hung assembly in Jammu and Kashmir. PDP is expected to emerge as the emerge as the leading party while the polls had not predicted majority for BJP in the state and trail at he second post. Also Read - PDP's Waheed Parra Remanded to 15-Day NIA Custody for Alleged Connections with Hizbul Mujahideen

We will have to wait and watch if the Narendra Modi’s magic will work in the state. Chief Minister Omar Abdullah’s National Conference was the largest party in 2008 polls with 28 seats. After the results which is a difficult test for the BJP is expected to rule the state for the first time after their stunning performance in Lok Sabh Elections 2014.