Voting begins for Uttar Pradesh civic polls Phase 2: Rajnath Singh, Dinesh Sharma cast their ballots

Polling began on Wednesday to elect the Chairman of local bodies in 24 districts of Uttar Pradesh.

FP Staff November 26, 2017 16:29:05 IST
Polling began on Wednesday to elect the Chairman of local bodies in 24 districts of Uttar Pradesh. The mayor of Agra, along with 100 corporators, will also be elected. PTI
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Polling began on Wednesday to elect the Chairman of local bodies in 24 districts of Uttar Pradesh. The mayor of Agra, along with 100 corporators, will also be elected. PTI
Uttar Pradesh deputy chief minister Dinesh Sharma and BJP mayor candidate Sanyukta Bhatia also casted their votes. Sharma said that BJP is committed to work for the people and Opposition should realise that it was the people's love and trust which ensured the party's victory in the Assembly polls. PTI
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Uttar Pradesh deputy chief minister Dinesh Sharma and BJP mayor candidate Sanyukta Bhatia also casted their votes. Sharma said that BJP is committed to work for the people and Opposition should realise that it was the people's love and trust which ensured the party's victory in the Assembly polls. PTI
Union home minister Rajnath Singh and his wife cast their votes for the civic polls. The polling for the first phase of the election was held on 22 November and the final phase would be on 29 November. PTI
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Union home minister Rajnath Singh and his wife cast their votes for the civic polls. The polling for the first phase of the election was held on 22 November and the final phase would be on 29 November. PTI
The counting would be held on 1 December. Lucknow will elect the first female mayor in 100 years. All the parties fielded women candidates after the Lucknow mayoral seat was reserved for women. PTI
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The counting would be held on 1 December. Lucknow will elect the first female mayor in 100 years. All the parties fielded women candidates after the Lucknow mayoral seat was reserved for women. PTI
Sadhus display their voter identity cards before casting their votes. About 4,200 policemen, 1,000 home guards and eight companies of Provincial Armed Constabulary have been deployed for poll duty. PTI
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Sadhus display their voter identity cards before casting their votes. About 4,200 policemen, 1,000 home guards and eight companies of Provincial Armed Constabulary have been deployed for poll duty. PTI