Lok Sabha Election / 'Every vote is precious in democracy', many big leaders including PM appealed to vote

Zoom News : Apr 19, 2024, 09:20 AM
Lok Sabha Election: Many leaders including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, SP chief Akhilesh Yadav have appealed to the people of the country to vote as much as possible. PM Modi tweeted and said that the biggest festival of democracy is starting from today. Voting is being held for 102 seats in 21 states and union territories in the first phase of Lok Sabha elections. Voters of all these seats are requested to exercise their franchise and create a new record of voting.

Appeal to youth to vote in record numbers

PM Modi said that I have a special appeal to my young friends who are going to vote for the first time, that they should vote in large numbers. In democracy, every vote is precious and every voice is important. Every vote counts and every voice matters.

Amit Shah made this appeal to the voters

At the same time, Home Minister Amit Shah said that today is an important day because the first phase of voting is taking place in the country. My appeal to all the voters voting in this phase is to vote in large numbers because each of your votes has the power to create a safe, developed and self-reliant India. Your vote not only determines the fate of any Lok Sabha or candidate but also shapes the bright future of India. My appeal is to choose a strong and decisive leadership. At the same time, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari has also appealed to vote as much as possible.

Opposition leaders including Rahul Gandhi-Akhilesh Yadav appealed for voting

Many opposition leaders including former UP Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi have also appealed to the people to vote as much as possible. Akhilesh Yadav told the voters to cast their vote for their bright future. At the same time, Rahul Gandhi tweeted that today is the first phase of voting. Your every vote is going to decide the future of India's democracy and the future generations. So go out and vote.