Punjab poll: Top leaders speak out

Punjab poll: Top leaders speak out

(L-R) Charanjit Channi, Bhagwant Mann, Sukhbir Badal, Capt Amarinder Singh and Ashwani Sharma

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Congress will get thumping majority

Congress is getting a thumping majority.... SAD-BJP partnership is out in open, both are taking dera’s help. People will teach them a lesson. Baraat jinni marzi vaddi hove, pind ton ghat hi hundi hai. (No matter how big a wedding party is, it can’t match village’s strength). — Charanjit Channi, Chief Minister

Forming govt, Congress, BJP stand exposed

The AAP is forming government with a majority. Both Congress and BJP have joined hands in levelling allegations against AAP but people of the state know the truth. These parties will be outrightly rejected by the voter on March 10. — Bhagwant Mann, AAP Chief Ministerial Face

Alliance will bag over 80 seats

The ground reality on Sunday showed that there was a clear wave in favour of the SAD-BSP alliance. We are poised to touch the mark of 80 and form the next state government. People have decided to give a clear mandate in our favour. — Sukhbir Badal, Shiromani Akali Dal Chief

Confident NDA will be victorious

As the fate of candidates gets sealed in the EVMs, I am confident that our National Democratic Alliance will emerge victorious on the day of results. I am sure the people have decided and voted for a ‘double engine’ government in Punjab. — Capt Amarinder Singh, PLC Chief

Peaceful elections reflect sagacity

The peaceful polling by Punjabi voters reflects their mood. They have voted for the future of a peaceful Punjab. Being a border state next to a hostile country, it is not easy however, the Punjabis have always stood committed towards nationhood. — Ashwani Sharma, BJP State President

POLL NUGGET

Divisive forces rejected, claims Jakhar

Abohar: Former PCC chief and Congress campaign committee chairman Sunil Jakhar exercised his franchise at Panjkosi village on Sunday. His nephew, Sandeep Jakhar, is in the fray from Abohar segment. Speaking to mediapersons, Jakhar said voters would reject divisive forces, which allegedly planned to disturb communal harmony. Polling booths at RSD Girls High School in Nai Abadi, which witnessed brisk turnout in the 2017 Assembly poll, wore a deserted look till 10.30 am. ASHA workers were deployed at polling stations to provide masks and gloves to voters.

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