70% polling in Punjab; technical snags, skirmishes at some places

Chandigarh, February 4

Punjab on Saturday recorded an estimated 70 per cent polling during which technical glitches and stray incidents of violence were reported in the state which is seeing a high-stake contest among Congress, new entrant AAP and ruling SAD-BJP combine.

However, some voters were still waiting in queues to cast their ballots after 5 pm and the voting percentage could go up.

 

Punjab on Saturday recorded an estimated 70 per cent polling during which technical glitches and stray incidents of violence were reported in the state which is seeing a high-stake contest among Congress, new entrant AAP and ruling SAD-BJP combine.

However, some voters were still waiting in queues to cast their ballots after 5 pm and the voting percentage could go up.

Former Punjab CM and PPCC Chief, Capt. Amarinder Singh showing Indelible ink mark on his finger after casting his Vote during the Assembly Election at a Polling Station in Patiala, on Saturday.
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