Vote Without Fear,” Modi-Shahr Called On The Morning Of The 6th Round Of Elections
Union Home Minister Amit Shah tweeted in Bengali on the morning of the 60th general election. He assured the voters to cast their votes without any fear. On Twitter, Shah also attacked the ruling party of the state. Along with the Home Minister, Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself called for a record turnout by tweeting.
আমি বাংলার ষষ্ঠ দফার নির্বাচনে সকল ভোটারদের বিশেষ করে যুবকদের আবেদন করছি অধিক থেকে অধিকতর সংখ্যায় বাংলার উজ্জ্বল ভবিষ্যতের জন্য ভয়মুক্ত হয়ে ভোট দিন।
আপনার একটি ভোট বাংলার গরীব ও বঞ্চিতদের তাদের অধিকার দিতে এবং রাজ্যকে উন্নয়নের মাধ্যমে এগিয়ে নিয়ে যাওয়ার ভিত্তিপ্রস্তর হবে।
— Amit Shah (@AmitShah) April 22, 2021
On the morning of polling day, the Union Home Minister wrote on social media, “I urge all voters, especially the youth, to vote in greater numbers for the bright future of Bengal in the sixth phase of elections.” One of your votes will be the foundation stone for giving rights to the poor and deprived of Bengal and moving the state forward through development. ” In fact, in the five-point election that has been held in Bengal, there have been reports of more or less unrest in all the episodes. Despite all the efforts of the Election Commission, it was not possible to hold a completely free election. Probably a factor as to why they’re doing so poorly. He also mentioned the youth.
Not only Shah, but also Prime Minister Narendra Modi has urged the voters of Bengal to cast their votes at a record rate. His tweet in the sixth round, “Today is the sixth round of elections in Bengal. Those who have votes in this phase are requested to go to the booths and cast their votes. ”
The people of West Bengal are voting to elect a new assembly. On the sixth phase today, urging those whose seats are polling to exercise their franchise.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) April 22, 2021