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Who will win Punjab Assembly ELection 2017?

With Punjab assembly elections just a few days away, this question is arising in every person's mind that who win 2017  Punjab Assembly election. The 2017 Punjab Assembly Elections are special for Punjab because this time Punjab will see three cornered fight between BJP-Akalis combine, Congress and AAP. In the 2012 Punjab Assembly election, there was straight fight between Congress and BJP-Akalis. In this election, BJP-Akali Dal won 68 seats (BJP-12 and Akali Dal 56) while Congress won only 46 seats. With this win, Akali Dal-BJP alliance came to power for the second straight term.

Congress was quite confident of winning 2012 Punjab Assembly elections because of incumbency factor; however, people of Punjab voted back Akali Dal-BJP alliance to power. This time, the scenario of Punjab politics has quite changed and with the entry of AAP, this time Punjab Elections have become very tough to predict. At present, all three political parties or alliances are making claims of their win; however, real position will only become clear on 11th March. Capt. Amrinder Singh is fighting his last assembly election and he is Congress face for CM in Punjab. Navjot Singh Sidhu has also joined the Congress and given some strength to Congress. Congress mainly relies on the 10 year long incumbency factor to win these elections.

Aam Admi Party (AAP) has merged as a strong political party in Punjab after winning four Loksabha seats from Punjab in the last Loksabha election.  They simply want to repeat their success in Punjab and win another state election in India. However, the biggest worry for AAP is its internal struggle and many of its strong leaders have left it.

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