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The high 71 per cent voter turnout in the first phase of Assembly election in 15 constituencies that went to poll on Tuesday in Jammu & Kashmir is a resounding victory for democracy and for the mainstream political parties and leaders who motivated the people to cast their franchise. Equally resounding, it is a slap on the face of separatists and their sympathisers who had called upon the voters to boycott the election. Separatists are now going around saying that they had actually suggested a “100 per cent boycott”, failing which the people were free to vote!
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