2019 LS Elections | I think Rahul Gandhi will love after BJP’s vote

New Delhi: Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday voted his vote at a polling station in Aurangzeb Lane, New Delhi. Addressing media personnel after using his franchise, Rahul said that Prime Minister Modi has spread hatred among citizens in his public speeches for the general elections, but the message of love by the Congress party will be supreme and the BJP’s “Hate” will win, Lok Sabha elections

Gandhi told the media after voting in the New Delhi parliamentary constituency that three or four major issues in this election included unemployment, agricultural crisis, a bad economy and corruption.

He refused to comment on how many seats the Congress could win in the elections. “People will decide that,” he said. In the sixth phase of polling in Delhi, on Sunday, May 7, 7.6 percent voted in all seven Lok Sabha constituencies.

Voting began in the sixth phase of polling on Sunday, May 12 in all seven Lok Sabha constituencies of Delhi.

Presently, phase 6 of the Lok Sabha elections is going on in 2019. Today elections will be held in seven seats including Delhi. At this stage there are 59 parliamentary seats for the tombs. In today’s states, Bihar (8 parliamentary constituencies), Haryana (10), Jharkhand (4), Madhya Pradesh (8), Uttar Pradesh (14), West Bengal (8) and Delhi-NCR (7).

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