Main opposition PDP has breached the stronghold of National Conference in prestigious Srinagar Parliamentary constituency by gaining a lead in five seats with Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah losing Sonawar seat by 4,700 votes.
National Conference, which had won all the 10 seats in this Lok Sabha seat in 2008 elections, was trailing in Batmaloo Hazratbal, Amira Kadal and Zadibal.
NC finance minister Abdul Rahim Rather lost from Charar-e-Sharief after 37 years.
In Doda region, having six-seats, where there was massive polarisation, BJP was leading on two seats (Kishtwar and Ramban). Congress is leading on three seats.
Congress had won five seats from here in the 2008 elections.
Congress is leading in 7 seats of the Jammu, four of the Srinagar and three of the Ladakh region.
In 2008 elections Cong had won 17 seats, which includes 13 from Jammu region, three from the Congress and one Ladakh (Leh seat).
In Zadibal, PDP's Abid Hussain Ansari, kin of late Shia leader Maulvi Ifthikar Ansari, was leading over his National Conference rival by a margin of 1439 votes. BJP's Neelam Gash was way back at fifth with 190 votes.
Asiea of PDP was leading over National Conference leader Syed Akhoon by a small margin of 401 votes in Hazaratbal.
In Amira Kadal, National Conference provincial President Nasir Aslam Wani was trailing from PDP's Altaf Bukhari by a margin of 1173 votes. BJP's Heena Bhat was third with 342 votes.
In neighbouring Batmaloo, sitting National Conference MLA Irfan Shah was trailing from PDP's Noor Mohammed Sheikh by a margin of 3202 votes.
In prestigious Ganderbal assembly seat, Ishfaq Ahmed of National Conference had gained a lead of 42 votes over PDP Qazi Afzal and in Kagan, sitting MLA and minister Altaf Ahmed was leading over PDP's Bashir Ahmed by 438 votes.
National Conference's Shamima Firdous was leading way ahead of her rivals in Habbakadal by polling 3891 votes followed by PDP's Zafar Mehraj with 799 votes at the second lace. BJP's Moti Kaul was way behind at eight position with 178 votes.
Sitting MLA and Minister Ali Mohammed Sagar was leading over his PDP rival by 1105 votes in Khanyar while Speaker of present Assembly Mubark Gul was leading over his PDP rival Abdul Mohamamed Wani by 602 votes.