Punjab Election Results: Counting of votes is going on for the Punjab Assembly elections. Aam Aadmi Party is going to create history in this election in Punjab. The trends of all the seats have come in Punjab, in which the Aam Aadmi Party has emerged as the largest party. At the same time, on these trends, former CM Captain Amarinder Singh said, ‘I accept the decision of the people.’
In fact, Captain Amarinder Singh tweeted, “I accept the decision of the people with all humility. Punjabis have shown the true spirit of Punjabiyat by voting irrespective of communal and caste lines.”
I accept the verdict of the people with all humility. Democracy has triumphed. Punjabis have shown true spirit of Punjabiyat by rising and voting above sectarian and caste lines.
Congratulations to @AAPPunjab and @BhagwantMann,
— Capt.Amarinder Singh (@capt_amarinder) March 10, 2022
Let us tell you, the trends have come out regarding all the 117 seats of the Punjab Legislative Assembly. After the Aam Aadmi Party got an edge in the trends, the celebrations have also started. A large number of Aam Aadmi Party workers have gathered at Bhagwant Mann’s house and are celebrating, claiming victory. According to the website of the Election Commission, the Aam Aadmi Party has got a lead in 88 seats in Punjab. In the same state, Congress has a lead in only 16 seats. The same BJP seems to be getting an edge in only 4 seats. Shiromani Akali Dal seems to be getting a lead in 8 seats. Although this figure is changing with some difference. But in the trends, the Aam Aadmi Party has got a clear majority in the state.
Aam Aadmi Party is celebrating after tremendous trends in Punjab. Meanwhile, party leader Raghav Chadha has said that Aam Aadmi Party is going to be the replacement of Congress in Punjab. He said that Bhagwant Mann will soon take oath as CM, the people of Punjab have made up their mind to give a chance to AAP. Let us inform that the voting for the assembly elections in Punjab was held on 20 February. 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.
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