UP MLC election: Voting for the post of Legislative Council member in Raebareli of Uttar Pradesh (Uttar Pradesh) was completed peacefully. Voting began at 8 am amid tight security and ended at 4 am. A total of 99.35% voting took place in the district till 4 pm. There are total 18 development blocks in the district, which were made booths. Along with the state force, paramilitary forces were also deployed at these booths. In the district, a total of 4 candidates had filled the form for the post of MLC, including Dinesh Pratap Singh, Minister of State with independent charge from BJP, Virendra Shankar Singh, District President Virendra Yadav from SP and two independents Virendra Singh, Manish Kaushal.
Sonia Gandhi did not cast her vote
public representatives exercised their vote at different booths in the district. There were a total of 215 voters at the booth built in Rahi block, in which a total of 214 voters exercised their votes. One vote was not used which belonged to the MP Sonia Gandhi. The MP of the district, Sonia Gandhi, did not reach to exercise her vote in the MLC elections, nor was any information received. Similarly, public representatives exercised their votes in other booths as well. Out of total 18 booths, 100 percent voting took place in 8 booths. Which includes Shivgarh, Bachhrawan, Kheeron, Dalmau, Din Shah Gaura, Rohaniya, Unchahar, Salon development block.
Bulldozer became a topic of discussion
The craze of bulldozer was also seen in MLC elections. Many voters sat on bulldozers and reached the booth of Lalganj development block to exercise their votes. There was a lot of discussion about the voters who came to use the vote sitting on the bulldozer. The bulldozer also remained the center of attraction on the election day. People were also seen discussing and sitting on bulldozers came to exercise their vote. Village head Banna Mau Sujit Kumar Singh also got other public representatives seated on bulldozers to vote. There was a lot of enthusiasm among the voters. After voting, Sujit said that we are enthusiastically Baba (Yogi Adityanath).
How many voters cast their vote
The enthusiasm to vote in the MLC election was also shown when a handicapped dragged inside the polling station and cast his vote. This person named Sanjay Kumar, a member of the Kshetra Panchayat, reached the booth in Rahi block at exactly 8 in the morning and after exercising his vote said that disability is not a hindrance in voting. Vote has been given to the one who will bring development and the development of the district. The development of the district is our priority. Similarly, out of 2,480 total voters, 2,464 voters cast their votes enthusiastically.
what the candidates said
where SP candidate Virendra Shankar Singh alias Virendra Yadav accused the BJP candidate and said that BJP is misusing the government machinery. The public representatives are being harassed continuously. On the other hand, BJP candidate Dinesh Pratap Singh said that we have served the public representatives continuously for the last 12 years. Due to the development works of the Prime Minister and the Chief Minister and our service, this time a hat-trick will be taken. Our victory is certain. The opposition’s allegation is completely baseless. I won’t say much about this.
What did the SP MLA say
SP MLA from Unchahar Manoj Pandey expressed his displeasure over the liars of his own party. In an indirect attack on Swami Prasad Maurya, he said that sometimes those who are in BSP and sometimes in BJP are fraternizing even after joining SP today. I will complain about such people to the National President and will also demand action.