Virat Kohli One among the Early Voters
Cricketer Virat Kohli was among the early voters who turned up at polling booth in Gurgaon toward the beginning of today. In a shirt, the cricketer was seen remaining in a long line trusting that his turn will cast a ballot.
He didn't address anybody as he exited in the wake of making his choice, however, he marked a few signatures after certain fans mentioned him for it.
Before he left, a surveying stall volunteer inquired as to whether he could remain behind a pattern introduced at the corner for a voter mindfulness program for a photograph, which he concurred. The cricketer at that point demonstrated his inked finger as fans took his photographs and selfies with him.
More than 22 lakh voters will choose the destiny of 24 competitors as Gurgaon, alongside nine other Lok Sabha electorates in Haryana, vote today in the 6th period of the national election Voting is being held at 1,194 surveying stations crosswise over nine get together fragments in three areas - Gurgaon, Rewari, and Nuh.
The challenge in this city close Delhi is chiefly between BJP parliamentarian Rao Inderjit Singh and Captain Ajay Singh Yadav of the Congress.
Likewise, in the challenge are Mehmood Khan of the Jannayak Janata Party-AamAadmi Party collusion and Virender Rana of the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD).
In 2014, Rao Inderjit Singh vanquished Zakir Hussain of the INLD by an enormous edge of 2,74,722 votes. The Union Minister of State had then guaranteed to give rail association and water waterway to Haryana's most in reverse region, Nuh. Be that as it may, none of the guarantees got satisfied, says the restriction.