In both the by-elections and the second phase of the Gujarat election, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged a record-breaking turnout.
An important second phase of voting in Gujarat is taking place today, therefore Prime Minister Narendra Modi landed in Ahmedabad on Sunday.
In light of the fact that voting for the Gujarat Assembly Election 2022’s second phase opens at 8am on Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi appealed to young people and women voters to cast their ballots in big numbers. According to PM Modi, who is also a registered voter in the Sabarmati seat, he would cast his ballot at 9 a.m. PM Modi also urged voters to turn out in record numbers for the byelections. “Additionally, by-elections are being held in various regions of India. I implore people whose seats will be represented in these by-elections to vote in huge numbers “said he.
Elections are being held in six assembly seats in five states, including Rampur Sadar and Khatauli in Uttar Pradesh, Padampur in Odisha, Sardarshahar in Rajasthan, Kurhani in Bihar, and Bhanupratappur in Chhattisgarh, as well as the Mainpuri Lok Sabha seat. Following the passing of Samajwadi Party (SP) founder Mulayam Singh Yadav, a by-election for the Lok Sabha seat of Mainpuri was required. Mulayam Singh’s daughter-in-law and SP politician Dimple Yadav is running for the seat.
Heeraben Modi, the mother of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, cast her ballot on Monday during the second round of voting for the Gujarat Assembly election at Raysan village (close to Gandhinagar). Heeraben, who turned 100 in June, was assisted by family members in his wheelchair as he approached the booth, according to news outlet PTI.
Prior to today’s polling, which is the second and last round of the election, the prime minister had visited with his mother on Sunday evening to ask for her blessing.
Prime Minister Modi also cast his ballot earlier today in the Sabarmati constituency’s Nishan Public School. He greeted spectators who had gathered to watch him use his franchise as he made his way to the booth.
PM Modi said after casting his vote, “The people of Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, and Delhi have all observed the festival of democracy with great fanfare. I would like to thank the nation’s citizens. Additionally, I want to thank the Election Commission on holding a peaceful election.”
The voting for 93 Assembly seats out of the total 182 started at 8 am in the north and centre areas, therefore Modi had earlier urged young people and women to vote in huge numbers.
“Additionally, by-elections are being held in various regions of India. I implore people whose seats will be represented in these by-elections to cast their votes in force “He tweeted something.
He urged everyone who was voting in Gujarat’s Phase 2 elections, especially young people and women, to turn out in huge numbers in another tweet. At roughly 9:00 AM, I’ll be voting in Ahmedabad.