The chief minister drove himself to cast his vote..!?


Everyone must vote. It is our democratic duty. We should vote and encourage everyone to vote. Realizing this, a chief minister sent a driver to vote and drove the car himself to vote. The first phase of voting for the 18th lok sabha elections is taking place today. election voting is taking place today in 102 constituencies in 21 states and union territories including tamil Nadu. Polling for 39 parliamentary constituencies in tamil Nadu and the by-election for the Vilavankode assembly in Kanyakumari will be held today.

Everyone must vote. It is our democratic duty. We should vote and encourage everyone to vote. Realizing this, a chief minister sent a driver to vote and drove the car himself to vote. Yes, meghalaya chief minister Conrad Sangma cast his vote early in the morning at a polling booth in West Garo Hills. At election time, every voter's vote is valuable. So he asked his drivers and bodyguards to vote. He mentioned that he did this thinking that no one would be able to vote. meghalaya chief minister Conrad Sangma said with a smile that he arrived at 6.30 in the morning to cast his vote, saying that he had asked all those who work for him to go to their respective polling centers and vote. He thought that if we came early in the morning, we could vote early and leave. But when he came here the center was full,” he said with a smile. A large number of people came to vote. About 200 people had arrived by 6:30 am. He said the good news is that people are participating enthusiastically.

The first phase of voting for the lok sabha elections started today at 7 am and will continue till 6 pm. It is noteworthy that various arrangements including drinking water have been made in polling stations considering the severe summer season.

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