Paresh Dhanani, a Congress MLA from Gujarat, cast his vote in an odd way by riding his bicycle while carrying a gas cylinder.
The Congress MLA from Amreli rode a bicycle with a cylinder attached to it to the voting booth in an effort to draw attention to the problems of high fuel prices, inflation, and unemployment.
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Paresh Dhanani accused the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of planning to enslave Gujarat within the confines of self-centeredness and terror.
Dhanai said that Gujarat was manipulated by the BJP into becoming a slave inside the confines of fear and selfishness. Because of the government’s shortcomings, unemployment and inflation are consistently rising.
More over 3.5 lakh people died from Corona, a gas cylinder costs over Rs 1100, energy is expensive, the cost of transportation has skyrocketed, education is being privatised, government schools are closing, and transportation prices have skyrocketed. He said that he thinks the BJP’s collapse has caused a great deal of sorrow.
He added that he had voted against inflation. He also said that his vote will bring out a new government and fresh prospects for the youth. A chage in leadership will occur and Congress will come to power.
Tight security measures are in place as voting for the Gujarat Assembly election’s first phase begins.
In 89 constituencies across 19 districts in Kutch, Saurashtra, and South Gujarat, voting is taking place.
The EC said that a state-level monitoring room has been setup in Gandhinagar where the first phase of voting at 13,065 polling booths in 19 districts is being broadcasted live.
The Chief Electoral Officer also oversees the operation at the monitoring room in Gandhinagar.
The entire arrangements have been put in place in accordance with the Election Commission’s directives. Voting is taking place in the first phase at a total of 25,430 polling places. Out of these 13,065, live webcasts of polling places are available.
On December 8, the votes will be counted. On the same day, the results of the Himachal Pradesh assembly elections will also be announced.