NEW DELHI: Today is the final phase of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged voters in 59 parliamentary constituencies in seven states and a union territory polling in the last phase phase of national elections to step out and "vote in record numbers".
Pm Modi took to Twitter and wrote, "Today is the final phase of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. I urge all those voting in this phase to vote in record numbers. Your one vote will shape India's development trajectory in the years to come. I also hope first time voters vote enthusiastically.”
PM Modi is seeking a second term in Varanasi from where he won the 2014 election by over 3.7 lakh votes in 2014. He faces Congress's Ajay Rai and grand alliance candidate Shalini Yadav.
Home Minister Rajnath Singh also appealed to the voters to vote for the "future of the country." He tweeted, "Polling for seventh and the last phase of Lok Sabha polls has started. I request all the voters of 59 seats going to polls today to come out and vote in record numbers. Your vote has the power to strengthen democracy and build the future of this country.”