AAP leading in 5 seats in Punjab in early trends

PTI | | Updated on: Mar 10, 2022
AAP’s Chief Ministerial candidate Bhagwan Mann arriving to inspect arrangements at the Mohindra College where Electronic Voting Machines are kept ahead of the counting of votes for Punjab Assembly polls, in Patiala, on Wednesday

AAP’s Chief Ministerial candidate Bhagwan Mann arriving to inspect arrangements at the Mohindra College where Electronic Voting Machines are kept ahead of the counting of votes for Punjab Assembly polls, in Patiala, on Wednesday

The SAD, BJP and the BSP are ahead in one seat each

The AAP was leading in five seats in Punjab, while the BJP, BSP and the SAD were ahead in one seat each, according to early trends.

Counting of votes for 117 assembly seats in Punjab began on Thursday amid tight security arrangements.

According to data available on the Election Commission website at 9.05 am, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) was leading in five seats. The SAD, BJP and the BSP were ahead in one seat each. An Independent was leading in one seat.

PUNJAB POLLS TREND

PUNJAB POLLS TREND

Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) candidate Sarabjot Singh from the Mukerian assembly seat was leading by 201 votes, according to early trends.

Singh was leading against his nearest rival and BJP candidate Jangi Lal Mahajan.

Published on March 10, 2022
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