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Lok Sabha Polls: FM Sitharaman, Kerala CM Vijayan, Ashok Gehlot, Narayana Murthy & others cast their votes

Union Minister Nirmala Sitharaman cast her vote at the BES polling booth in Bengaluru on Friday. She urged the people from South Bengaluru to come out in large numbers to cast their vote. Sitharaman also accused the Congress party of targeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi as they have no positive agendas to speak about.

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan arrived at RC Amala LP School in Kannur’s Pinarayi on April 26. He cast his vote at the polling center.  He cast his vote along with his wife Kamala and daughter Veena Vijayan.

BJP-led NDA candidate from Thrissur Suresh Gopi casts his vote in Thrissur, Kerala in the second phase of Lok Sabha election 2024 on Friday. After casting his vote, Gopi spoke about the significance of this election and the participation of the people in Kerala.

Congress candidate KC Venugopal cast his vote today at a polling booth in the Alappuzha constituency in the second phase of the Lok Sabha elections. Venugopal is in the electoral fray against Communist Party of India (Marxist) candidate AM Ariff and Bharatiya Janata Party’s Sobha Surendran from the Alappuzha seat in Kerala

Infosys founder Narayana Murthy on Friday cast his vote at the BES polling station in Bengaluru. His wife, Rajya Sabha MP Sudha Murty, also cast her vote in Bengaluru today. While speaking to ANI, Sudha Murty urged people, specifically youngsters, to exercise their right to vote and choose their leaders.

“I want to tell everyone–don’t sit at home, come out and vote, choose your leader. I always feel that urban people vote less as compared to those in rural areas. I request youngsters to come out and vote.

Actor Prakash Raj cast his vote at a polling station in Bengaluru on April 26. After casting his vote in Bengaluru, actor Prakash Raj said, “My vote stands for my right, for my power to choose who represents me, who will be my voice in the Parliament… It is very important to choose a candidate whom you believe in, and I have voted for the candidate I believe in and to the manifesto they have brought in and for the change, because of the hatred and divisive politics we have seen in the last decade…” A total of 2,88,19,342 crore eligible electors from 14 constituencies in Karnataka have started voting in the second phase of the 18th Lok Sabha elections on April 26. The State is voting in two phases, and 14 more constituencies from the northern half of the State will vote in the third phase, scheduled on May 7.

Former Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Ashok Gehlot and his son Vaibhav Gehlot offered prayers ahead of polling on April 26. Vaibhav Gehlot is contesting the elections from Jalore Lok Sabha constituency on Congress’ ticket. Voters of 13 constituencies of Rajasthan will cast their votes.

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