Assam CM Urges Record Voter Turnout in 6th Phase of Lok Sabha Elections

Guwahati, 25th May: Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma has called upon voters to participate actively in the ongoing sixth phase of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. With polling underway across 58 constituencies spanning six states and two Union Territories, Sarma emphasized the significance of citizen engagement in shaping the democratic process.

Taking to social media platform X, Chief Minister Sarma urged voters to exercise their franchise in record numbers. He stated, “Urging all voters voting in the 6th Phase of #LokSabhaElections2024 today to cast their mandate in record numbers.”

In addition to encouraging overall voter participation, Sarma specifically addressed the youth, urging them to lead by example and ensure their active involvement in the electoral process. “My young friends should set an example and ensure their active participation in the festival of democracy,” he remarked.

With an estimated 11 crore voters expected to cast their ballots, the sixth phase of the Lok Sabha elections will determine the fate of 889 candidates vying for parliamentary seats. Across the constituencies, voters have been turning out since the early hours of May 25, reflecting the significance of their role in shaping the nation’s future through democratic means.

As the electoral process progresses, the final phase of voting is scheduled for June 2, with the counting of votes slated for June 4. Amidst this crucial juncture in India’s democratic journey, Chief Minister Sarma’s call for robust voter participation resonates as a testament to the importance of citizen engagement in shaping the nation’s destiny.

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