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FEWER TURN OUT FOR SRINAGAR LS SEAT VOTING

Yawar Shafi, Srinagar: For the Srinagar parliamentary seat less Voter turnout with only 15 percent of the electorate exercised their franchise, according to poll officials. A group of displaced Kashmiri migrants held a protest in Jammu after some of the members found their names missing in the voters’ list at a special polling station established for them.

Udhampur Lok Sabha constituency recorded 64.78 per cent polling, with Udhampur district registering the highest of 72.2 per cent till 5pm, poll officials said. In Srinagar Lok Sabha constituency, the highest 21 percent polling was recorded in Shia-dominated Budgam district till 5pm, officials said. Polling time concludes at 6 pm.
In the 2014 election, Srinagar witnessed the lowest voter turnout in the country at 25.86 percent.

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A COMEDY FILM SHOULD BE MADE ON MODI AND HIS UNFULFILLED PROMISES: URMILA MATONDKAR

ANM News Desk: Actor turned politician Urmila Matondkar took a dig at PM Narendra Modi claiming that the Vivek Oberoi starrer biopic was a joke as he had failed to fulfill his promises. Congress candidate Urmila, who is contesting the Lok Sabha elections from north Mumbai stated that a ‘comedy film’ should be made on the prime minister. She will be taking on BJP candidate and sitting MP, Gopal Shetty in this election and accused that he had not done anything in the constituency in the last five years.

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PRIYANKA CHATURVEDI QUITS CONGRESS

ANM News Desk: Congress spokesperson Priyanka Chaturvedi has reportedly quit the party. Speculations started when she removed the words ‘National Spokesperson, AICC’ from her Twitter bio. Priyanka had earlier slammed Congress for reinstating ‘goons’ adding that they get preference in the party.

There has also been speculations in twitter claiming that Priyanka has exited Whatsapp groups of the party with a ‘thank you’ message.

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HALF-BURNT BODY OF ENGINEERING STUDENT FOUND IN RAICHUR

ANM News Desk:  A barbaric incident took place in Raichur, Karnataka where the burnt body of an engineering student was found. The girl, identified as Madhu had been missing since April 15th. However, a half burnt body of the victim was found hanging from a tree in the outskirts of the city. Initially, it was believed that Madhu had committed suicide.

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CONGRESS’ MILIND DEORA VIOLATES MCC

ANM News Desk: Congress candidate from Mumbai, Milind Deora has been found guilty  of violating the Model Code of Conduct (MCC) by the Maharashtra state election commission. While, addressing a speech in Zaveri Bazaar, Mumbai on 2nd April, the leader had made objectionable comments against the Jain community while speaking against Shiv Sena.

The Election Commission has sought a reply from the Congress candidate demanding an explanation from him.

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MHA ORDERS SUSPENSION OF LOC TRADE

Yawar Shafi, Srinagar: The Ministry of Home affairs has issued orders to suspend LoC trade in Jammu & Kashmir with effect from 19 April. The action has been taken as the Government has been receiving reports of cross LoC trade routes being misused by Pakistan based elements for funneling illegal weapons, narcotics & fake currency etc.

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YOUTH CHOPS OFF FINGER AFTER CONFUSING ‘BJP’ AND ‘BSP’

ANM News Desk: Bizarre incidents by ardent followers of political parties knows no bounds. A Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supporter chopped off his finger after ‘mistakenly’ voting for BJP.

The The 25-year-old BSP supporter Pawan Kumar stated that he ‘repented’ the act after casting his vote in the second phase of elections in Bulandshahr. Upset and greatly regretting his ‘mistake’, the youth chopped off his finger. He was admitted to a hospital and was discharged after proper treatment.

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AMIT SHAH SLAMS RAHUL GANDHI FOR PROMISING POVERTY ERADICATION

ANM News Desk: BJP Chief Amit Shah slammed Congress president Rahul Gandhi for talking about poverty eradication stating that that during the 55-year-rule of the Congress, it could not remove poverty.

Shah addressed a rally in Maharashtra’s Jalna on April 18 for Raosaheb Danve, the Maharashtra BJP chief contesting from the Jalna Lok Sabha seat. The country was safe in prime minister Narendra Modi’s hands, the BJP chief stated adding that if Pakistan ‘fired a bullet’ they would respond ‘with a bomb’.

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EC TO SUBMIT DECISION ON PM MODI’S BIOPIC BAN

ANM News Desk: The Election Commission will on Friday submit its decision to the Supreme Court on how long the ban PM Narendra Modi’s biopic will continue. The EC, on the apex court’s directions, had watched the film on Wednesday.  A bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justices Deepak Gupta and Sanjiv Khanna had stated that it will consider the EC report and hear the matter.

The Prime Minister’s biopic, starring Vivek Oberoi has been the most-talked about movie in this election season. Directed by Omung Kumar, it tells the story of Modi’s rise to power from being a mere tea-seller.

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PM MODI TO ADDRESS TRADERS’ CONVENTION IN DELHI

ANM News Desk: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be addressing a convention of traders at Talkatora stadium in New Delhi on Friday. The convention has been organised by traders supporting the BJP to express gratitude for various measures promised in the party manifesto for the Lok Sabha polls like accident insurance of 10 lakh rupees, pension after 60 years, traders credit card, simplification of GST and also exemption from income tax up to 5 lakh rupees.