JAMMU AND KASHMIR RECORDS 79.9% VOTING IN PENULTIMATE PHASE OF PANCHAYAT POLLS

A massive 85.1 per cent polling was witnessed in five districts of Jammu division, while encouraging 49.6 per cent was witnessed in five districts of Kashmir division, he said.

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