New Delhi [India], Mar.11 (ANI): Counting of votes in Punjab has begun, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) said on Saturday will achieve a comfortable majority and form a government in the state as the people are with us.
"AAP will have a comfortable majority as the people are with us,"Senior lawyer and AAP member H.S. Phoolka told ANI.
Phoolka also said that " The people want a change in the system."
In Punjab, 14000 officials have been deployed to ensure a smooth conduct of the counting and the process at 54 counting centres in 27 locations.
The state registered 77.37 percent polling in the high-stakes assembly elections where the SAD-BJP, Congress and the AAP are locked in a fierce triangular contest.
The turnout in the 2012 assembly polls was 78.5percent.(ANI)