Gwalior: Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar casts vote with family

After casting the vote, Tomar addressed the media persons in the city. Tomar claimed that the BJP’s victory was assured in all the local bodies elections in the state.

FP News ServiceUpdated: Wednesday, July 06, 2022, 01:47 PM IST
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Gwalior (Madhya Pradesh): Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar casted vote along with his family at a government school polling station in Murar locality, Gwalior on Wednesday. Former BJP minister Jaibhan Singh Pawaiya also exercised his franchise in the city.

After casting the vote, Tomar addressed the media persons in the city. Tomar claimed that the BJP’s victory was assured in all the local bodies elections in the state. The people had faith in the BJP and the circumstances were in the favour of BJP.

Congress has nothing to speak of, people know about the policy and practice of the Congress Party, Tomar added. He also took a jibe at Congress’s claim over victory. Tomar said, “Everybody has the right to dream till the result appears and the Congress is doing the same. But the result is in favour of BJP and we are going to win by a huge margin.”

He further said that voting had a great importance in democracy that is why he came to vote. He also appealed to people of the city to exercise their franchise.

Besides, Pawaiya also urged people to cast their votes. Pawaiya said that people had made their mind from the first day and BJP would win by a massive margin.

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