Yogi Adityanath Among Early Voters To Exercise Franchise In UP

Uttar Pradesh Lok Sabha Elections

As voting got underway for the last phase of Lok Sabha polls in Uttar Pradesh, UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath was among the first voters to exercise his franchise on Sunday, May 19

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As voting got underway for the last phase of Lok Sabha polls in Uttar Pradesh, UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath was among the first voters to exercise his franchise on Sunday, May 19.

Adityanath cast his vote at the Prathmik Vidyalaya near Jhoolelal Temple in Gorakhpur at 7 am.

READ: UP CM Yogi Adityanath offers Prayer At The Gorakhnath Temple Before Casting His Vote In The Final Phase Of General Elections

Speaking to reporters after voting, he said, "People are fighting this election for nation's interest and if someone cannot understand this thing, his IQ is questionable. The entire election revolved around Modiji. With big achievements of his government during the last five years, the BJP will win the election.

Ram Bhuwal Nishad, the SP-BSP alliance candidate also voted at Daunadih Prathmik Vidyalaya booth number 295 at 7.30 am.

READ: 2019 Lok Sabha Elections: India Goes To Polls For Phase 7 Of General Elections- Voting To Be Held For 59 Seats

Union minister of state for Finance Shiv Pratap Shukla also exercised his franchise in Gorakhpur. He said BJP candidate Ravi Kishan will win with more than 3 lakh votes and the BJP will form government at the Centre

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