PM Narendra Modi urges voters in WB, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Aassm and Puducherry to cast vote in large numbers

Kolkata, Apr 6 (UNI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday has requested the voters, particularly the young people, in poll-bound states of West Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Assam, and Union Territory- Puducherry, to step out and exercise their franchise in large numbers.

“Elections are taking place in Assam, Kerala, Puducherry, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal. I request the people in these places to vote in record numbers, particularly the young voters,” the PM said on his twitter handle.

West Bengal governor Jagdeep Dhankhar on his twitter said “Am sureall voters will fearlessly cast their votes. For first time voters it is a great occasion to contribute to democracy. Good work so far #CAPF @WBPolice must get enhanced in Phase 3. This is occasion @KolkataPolice to show its mettle & contribute for fair & free polls.”

He said the government of the people by the people for the people can be realised when every voter positively casts a vote.

“Violence has no place in democracy,” he added.

“Every such act shall be thoroughly investigated and culprits punished.Acts of omission by some @WBPolice shall not be overlooked,” he stated.

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