Union Min BL Verma
Arvind Kumar Singh, the head of the Samajwadi Party, has written to the Election Commission, expressing his dissatisfaction with the state's EVMs and demanding intervention.
As the second round of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections begins, officers from the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) assist senior persons in getting to polling booths in Bijnor and Najibabad.
SP leader Imran Masood, in Saharanpur
Haji R Ahmed, Samajwadi Party candidate
BD Ram Tiwari, Additional Chief Election Officer
I'd then ask Yogi Ji to release Azam Sahab from jail with simply folded hands. We'll be eternally thankful. What is he talking about when he accuses Azam Sahab of robbery without remorse? He's turned politics into a farce. He (UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath) expressed it correctly, yet he made a mistake. We (Samajwadi Party) have 80 percent of the vote, and they have 20 percent (BJP)Jitin Prasada, a member of the Uttar Pradesh government, votes in a polling booth in Shahjahanpur. Today, voters in 55 assembly constituencies are voting in the second round of the #UttarPradeshElections.
Saharanpur DIG Preetinder Singh
Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, the Minority Welfare Minister in the Narendra Modi government, voted in the second round of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly Election 2022 today in Rampur. When it came to his turn to vote, Naqvi stood in line like any other voter. Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, Union Minority Affairs Minister, and his wife Seema Naqvi voted in the Daniyapur Shankarpur booth.
The second phase of polling is underway in the assembly elections. In the first two hours i.e. from 7 to 9 pm, a total of 9.45 percent voting was done in nine districts even after the EVM problem was there for a while at many places. Amroha recorded the highest 10.83 and Bareilly 8.36 percent polling. 9.77 in Saharanpur, 10.01 in Bijnor, 10.03 in Moradabad, 10.78 in Sambhal, 8.37 in Rampur, 10.83 in Amroha, 9.14 in Budaun, 8.36 in Bareilly and 9.18 percent in Shahjahanpur.
The districts of Saharanpur, Bijnor, Moradabad, Sambhal, Amroha, Rampur, Badaun, Bareilly, and Shahjahanpur are voting in the second phase. Voters arrived at polling stations early in the morning. The polls will be open until 6 p.m. The fate of 586 candidates will be decided by 2.02 crore voters today. In this round, there are 69 female candidates. The Election Commission has put in place extensive security measures to ensure that voting is conducted in a fair and fearless manner. The Election Commission has set up live webcasting at 50% of polling stations in each district to monitor the voting. As required, video cameras have been installed in polling booths.
On Monday, voters in the second phase of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly Election 2022 will go to the polls in 55 seats across nine districts in the state. Mock polling at voting sites was used by polling parties to test EVMs. After that, voting began at seven. Despite the cold and fog, people exercised their right to vote in seven Rohilkhand districts and two western Uttar Pradesh districts.