LUCKNOW || As voting for the crucial state assembly elections began in Delhi on Saturday, Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath made a feverish pitch to voters and urged them to “vote for change“.
In a message to the Delhi voters, the saffron-robed politician said that the people should go out and vote for a government that was development-oriented.
He went on to say that Delhites should cast their votes in favour of a government that was dedicated to the welfare of the people. Voting is an important right and that it should be used rightly.
The monk-turned-politician also urged people to ensure large turnout and take their families and relatives along with friends to the polling stations.