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Youth requests vote for Modi in place of bringing gifts on his marriage

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Hyderabad: He doesn’t want guests to bring any gifts on his wedding but his only request to them is to vote for Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the coming general elections.

“Our gift is your vote for Modi in 2019 Lok Sabha election”. A 27-year-old from Hyderabad has printed this on his wedding card.

An ardent supporter of Modi, Mukesh Rao Yande is getting both bouquets and brickbats for his action.

His parents and other family members had reservations over printing this on the wedding card since guests may not like this, as they may be supporters of other political parties. However, Mukesh, an Assistant Engineer in state-run Telangana Power Generation Corporation, had his way.

 

Hyderabad youth demands vote for Modi instead of gifts on his wedding:

 

“It is my way of showing endorsement for Narendra Modi’s work and asking support for his re-election,” declared Mukesh, who is getting married on February 21.

He doesn’t mind when people call him “Modi Bhakt”. Mukesh believes that Modi is leading the country on the right path by undertaking several initiatives like “Swaccha Bharat”.

The youth said while he backed Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) in recent Assembly elections, he wants to see Modi back as the Prime Minister.

 

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Maharashtra, Haryana polls on 21st October

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New Delhi: Assembly elections in Maharashtra and Haryana will be held on October 21, the Election Commission announced on Saturday.

Counting of votes in both the states will be held on October 24, Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Sunil Arora said at a press conference here.

Addressing a press conference, Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora said the notification for the elections in the two States would be issued on September 27, the last date for candidates to file nominations would be October 4, the date for scrutiny of nominations would be October 5 and the last date for withdrawal of candidature would be October 7.

“Haryana has 1.82 crore registered voters and Maharashtra has 8.94 crore voters” said Chief Election Commissioner, Sunil Arora.

Chief Election Commissioner also appealed to the political parties to avoid use of plastic in campaigns, as he said, “Election campaigns impose an environmental cost upon us. We appeal to political parties to avoid use of plastic and use only environment-friendly material in their campaigns.”

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