The Farooq Abdullah-led Gupkar alliance emerged victorious in the first local polls in Jammu and Kashmir since it lost special status last year and was turned into a Union Territory. In the first-ever polls for the District Development Council (DDC) across 20 districts in J&K, the seven-party alliance, along with the Congress, won 13 districts. While the Bharatiya Janata Party won in six districts in Jammu. The People's Alliance for Gupkar Declaration \u2013 a group consisting of Seven Kashmir-centric mainstream political parties, including the National Conference of Farooq Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti's People's Democratic Party (PDP) - has won more than 100 seats; the BJP has emerged as the single largest party with 74 seats. The Congress has won 26 seats. Voting was held in 280 seats - 14 in each of the 20 districts of the union territory. Results have been declared for all but two seats. As expected, the alliance scored in Kashmir while the BJP won most seats in Jammu. In Kashmir, the Farooq Abdullah-led alliance scored wins in 72 seats, the BJP in just three seats.\u00a0 While the alliance is forming its government in nine district councils, the Srinagar district still remains undecided as independents are leading in the district and it's unclear which way they will go.