Haryana Election: Social worker Nandkishore Goenka cast vote, said- this work is like feeding a cow

Hisar: Voting is going on in 90 seats of the state for Haryana assembly elections. In Hisar, social activist and cowherd Nandkishore Goenka exercised his franchise by going to CAV school. In an interaction with the media, he appealed to the voters of Haryana to come out of their homes and use their franchise. Cow devotee Nand Kishore Goenka said that voting is a virtuous work like feeding cows. He said that the biggest festival of democracy is to vote.

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Social worker Nand Kishore Goenka has said that by casting vote we get a strong government for 5 years. He said that everyone should show their participation in voting for the progress of the state. Earlier, PM Narendra Modi has tweeted and appealed to the voters to vote. PM Modi said, 'Today is the voting day for the Haryana Assembly elections. I request all the voters to cast their vote and participate in this festival of democracy.

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At the same time, the state's CM Manohar Lal Khattar also appealed to the people to vote. He wrote on Twitter that, 'First voting then refreshments'. I am going to cast my vote. I humbly request all citizens of the state that you too must exercise the franchise by visiting your polling station. Your one vote is decisive to form a strong government.

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