Punjab Election: Aam Aadmi Party is leading in the early trends of Punjab Assembly elections. Even the party has secured majority in the trends. In the first half hour, the Aam Aadmi Party made a big lead, but after that the Congress was also seen giving a constant fight. After this, in the trends that are coming out, the Aam Aadmi Party is continuously making an edge in many seats, AAP has made a lead in more than 80 seats so far. Congress is leading in 18 seats.
Shiromani Akali Dal is leading in about 9 seats in this political contest of Punjab. The BJP alliance also has a lead in about 4 seats. If we talk about the candidates, then former CM Captain Amarinder Singh is trailing, AAP candidate is leading in this seat. Navjot Singh Sidhu is trailing from Amritsar East. While he had got a slight edge in the initial trends, now he is running at number two. Akali Dal’s Bikramjit Singh Majithia is at number three. CM Charanjit Singh Channi is also trailing.
Voting took place on 20 February
Voting for the assembly elections in the state was held on February 20. A total of 71.95 percent polling was recorded in the state. This time the voter turnout was the lowest compared to the last three assembly elections. In the 2017 Punjab Assembly elections, the voter turnout was 77.40 percent, in 2012 78.20 percent and in 2007 75.45 percent, while in 2002 only 65.14 percent voter turnout was recorded.