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BJP was leading in Jammu and Kashmir as per the trends at 9 am. Of the 27 seats BJP is leading on 19 seats. Omar Abdullah’s National Conference was leading on 9 seats while Congress has 6 and PDP with 14 seats. BJP was the only one which had gained seats while the other three parties have lost seats. Mufti Mohammad Saeed and Omar Abdullah were leading from their respective assembly seats. Jammu and Kashmir State Assembly Election Results 2014 Live News Update: PDP Gains Early Lead, National Conference Losing Fort Also Read - Maharashtra MLC Election Results 2020: BJP Suffers Setback, Wins Only 1/6 Seats; Ruling MVA Coalition Wins 4

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PartyLeadingResult
Bharatiya Janata Party8
People’s Democratic Party5
National Conference5
Congress6

The fate of 821 candidates will be declared after today’s results. The exit poll results have predicted hung assembly in the state and People’s Democratic Party is expected to come out as largest party. However, the early trends seems to be proving the exit polls wrong with Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leading with 19 seats while exit polls expected them to be at the second post. Polls had also predicted a tough fight between PDP and BJP

Although it is early to come to conclusions, we will have to wait and watch if the Modi wave will hit Jammu and Kashmir also. After Lok Sabha Elections 2014, Narendra Modi led BJP had swiped a large chunk of votes and emerged with majority. Catch the live updates here- Jammu and Kashmir, Jharkhand State Assembly Election Results 2014 here