Early voters of the sixth phase of Lok Sabha elections included many heavy candidates and political leaders who used his franchise with Sheela Dikshit, Ajay Maken, Gautam Gambhir, and Virat Kohli.
With all the seven seats in Delhi and 52 polling constituencies in 6 states, the politicians urged voters to vote in large numbers
Congress candidate Ajay Maken from New Delhi constituency against Meenakshi Lekhi of BJP said that the fight in the national capital is not triangular as AAP is not in the fray as well. Maken said, “I am convinced that Congress will win all seven seats in Delhi, this fight is between the Congress and the BJP and I do not think this is a triangular contest, these elections are national elections and are fought on national issues.” Cast votes
Newly elected BJP leader Gautam Gambhir cast his vote at a polling booth in Delhi’s Old Rajinder Nagar area. Former cricketer AAP’s cricketer and Congress’s Arvinder Singh Lovely in the field against East Delhi.
his Congress opponent said after casting his vote, did not reach to the fearsome and serious people because they were busy fighting each other. “I have reached people, while the Attiishi and the serious ones are involved in the fight against each other and have not even been in front of the people. People are also thinking that those who do not come before the election will definitely win Will not work after. ”
BJP candidate from Bhopal from Madhya Pradesh, Pragya Singh Thakur cast his vote on a booth of the constituency. The first timer, which is against Congress Digvijay Singh, urged voters to vote for voting because he talked to the media.
Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia expressed hope that the UPA will get a full majority and the current NDA is termed as “incompetent”. “On this festival of democracy, I request every one to take part. I am positive that people will vote for us on the basis of our manifesto and ideology and the UPA will get a full majority, the UPA government, inspired by development, is the place of the disabled NDA Government. Congress candidate from Guna said Scindia.
Uttar Pradesh minister Siddharth Nath Singh voted on a booth at Prayagraj and urged people to come out of their homes. “I appeal to all to not stay with self-confidence in my own house but rather step out and vote for me. I request all of them to vote,” said the BJP leader. .Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli was queued at the booth installed in Gurugram’s Pinestry School. Wearing pastel T-shirt, the young icon made an important appeal, “I would request everyone to vote for me, all should come to their own polling stations and use their voting rights,”