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Elections 2012: SAD-BJP alliance ahead in early trends

The ruling SAD-BJP alliance was ahead in Punjab leading in 57 seats while Congress was leading in 33 as per early trends available in the counting of votes for 117 Assembly constituencies till 9:30 AM.

March 06, 2012 / 01:04 PM IST

The ruling SAD-BJP alliance was ahead in Punjab leading in 57 seats while Congress was leading in 33 as per early trends available in the counting of votes for 117 Assembly constituencies till 9:30 AM.


The Congress was leading in Ghanaur, Amritsar Central, Khadoor Sahab, Garh Shankar, Talwandi Sabo, Rajpura, Fatehgarh Churian, Samana and Patiala. Former Chief Minister Amarinder Singh was leading in Patiala and his son Raninder Singh from Samana.

The SAD was leading in Raja Sansi, Sultanpur Lodhi, Faridkot, Nabha, Barnala, Attari, Ropar and Balachaur. Punjab Assembly Speaker Nirmal Singh Kahlon was trailing in Fatehgarh Churian. The BJP was leading in Phagwara, Anandpur Sahab and Dasuya while an Independent was leading from Amritsar East.

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