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Gujarat : Voting continues on 93 seats in the second phase, PM Modi walks on the road after voting

Voting for the second phase of assembly elections in Gujarat (Gujarat Election 2022) has started today. The crowd of people is visible in the beginning itself. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also cast his vote in Ranip, Ahmedabad. The PM was seen at 9 am at the polling booth of Nishan Public School, where he was waiting in a queue to cast his vote. After this, PM went out on the road on foot after casting his vote and showed his inked finger to the people.

PM appeals to people to vote in large numbers

The PM appealed to the voters to vote in large numbers in the Gujarat elections and the by-elections being held in various parts of the country. The PM tweeted about this, “I will cast my vote in Ahmedabad at around 9 am. All youth and women are urged to go out to vote in large numbers.

Voting on 93 seats in Gujarat today

The second phase of polling is being held on 93 seats in the Gujarat assembly elections today. These include 14 districts including Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar and Vadodara. The fate of several heavyweights is at stake in this phase, including Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel in the fray from Ghatlodia, Patidar leader Hardik Patel from Viramgam seat and Alpesh Thakor from Gandhinagar South seat.

Hardik said – BJP has developed the state

BJP candidate from Viramgam seat and Patidar leader Hardik Patel’s fate is also at stake today. Hardik said that I have always got the love of the people and expect the same in future also. He said that BJP has done development work in Gujarat and has also improved law and order. At the same time, his wife Kinjalben said that people’s love is with Hardik and no one can match him.

More than 26000 polling stations were set up

Gujarat has set up 26,409 polling stations for the second and final phase of polling. A large number of about 36,000 Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) will be used in this. At the same time, around 29,000 officials have been deployed in 14 districts to facilitate the polling in 93 assembly seats.