J-K Voters Turn Up In Large Numbers To Vote For Change
23 November 2008
: An impressive 64.66 per cent turned up to cast their vote in the second phase of Jammu and Kashmir Assembly election on Sunday, despite a boycott call by separatists and a few incidents of violence in Ganderbal and Drahal areas, according to the Election Commission. Across all the six constituencies that went to poll on Sunday, people braved adverse weather and terror threat to vote for change. Like 85-year-old Majid Khan who voted for the sixth time in his life.