Village in West U.P. boycotts elections

Shamli: Voting is going on from 7 am on Friday under the first phase of Lok Sabha elections 2024, in which the fate of the candidates of 102 seats in the country is at stake. Meanwhile, villagers in a village in Shamli, UP have boycotted elections. According to reports, no voter reached the polling booth to cast his vote. At the same time, former cabinet minister Virendra Singh has arrived to convince the villagers.

In fact, villagers in Rasoolpur Gujran village under Kairana Lok Sabha constituency have boycotted the elections. These people are boycotting the elections in protest against the cases registered during the last elections. According to media reports, villagers say that in the last Lok Sabha elections 2019, they had voted in favor of BJP and the voting percentage was 94.

At that time, during the elections in this village, there was some altercation between the two parties, in which dozens of villagers were falsely booked. Till today, those cases against those villagers are still going on. In protest against this, the villagers have decided to boycott the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.

The villagers demand that till they do not get any concrete assurance and their problem is not resolved, no voter from this village will vote. It is being told that no voter appeared at the polling station till 10:00 am on Friday.


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