Lok Sabha Elections / PM Modi sent a special message to voters as soon as voting started, voting is also taking place in Varanasi

Vikrant Shekhawat : Jun 01, 2024, 08:36 AM
Lok Sabha Elections: Voting for the seventh and final phase of Lok Sabha elections began at 7 am on Saturday. As soon as voting began, Prime Minister Narendra Modi sent a special message to voters by posting on X. Prime Minister Modi has urged voters to participate enthusiastically in this great festival of democracy. He has also expressed confidence that young and women voters will vote in record numbers this time. Let us tell you that voting is also being held in PM Modi's parliamentary constituency Varanasi today.

PM appeals to vote in record numbers

Prime Minister Modi posted on X, 'Voting is going to be held today in the last phase of the Lok Sabha elections. I request all the voters of this phase to participate enthusiastically in this great festival of democracy. I am confident that our young and women voters will come forward in record numbers to cast their votes. Let us together make our democracy more vibrant.' Prime Minister Narendra Modi is contesting from Varanasi for the third time and voting is also being held in his parliamentary constituency today. Let us tell you that since Thursday evening, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is doing a 45-hour long meditation at the famous Vivekananda Rock Memorial in Kanyakumari.

Voting is being held today on 57 Lok Sabha seats

Let us tell you that in the 7th and final phase of the Lok Sabha elections, voting is being held today on 57 seats of the Union Territory of Chandigarh and 7 states. In this phase, voting is being held on all 13 Lok Sabha seats of the Union Territory of Chandigarh, Punjab, 4 of Himachal Pradesh, 13 of Uttar Pradesh, 9 of West Bengal, 8 of Bihar, 6 of Odisha and 3 of Jharkhand. Elections for the remaining 42 assembly seats of Odisha and by-elections for 6 assembly seats of Himachal Pradesh are also being held simultaneously. In this phase, more than 10.06 crore citizens, including about 5.24 crore men, 4.82 crore women and 3,574 'third gender' voters, are eligible to vote.

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