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JAMMU: Dr Bhupinder Singh, Secretary of Indian Dental Association (IDA), Jammu polled highest number of 329 votes in the first ever elections to Jammu and Kashmir State Dental Council (JKSDC) for which results were declared by Inder Jeet , Returning Officer, here on Tuesday. There were four seats for Part-A of the dental register in the State Dental Council while only one for the Dental Council of India. Dr Rakesh Gupta was declared winner and elected as Member of Dental Council of India (DCI). He polled total of 246 votes. Total of nine candidates contested for this position of DCI.
For J and K State Dental Council, Dr Bhupinder Singh got 329 votes, Dr Aayush Sharma 266 votes, Dr Munish Gupta 232 votes and Dr Adil R Malik 227 votes. Although, Dr Ajay Gupta also got 227 votes but lost by draw of lots to Dr Adil R Malik.
Dr Javid Qanungo, State Secretary IDA J&K, has welcomed the elections to the State Dental Council as he was one of the petitioners in the High Court of J and K to get the order for elections to this council.
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