Union Minister Kiren Rijiju Casts Vote, Advocates BJP Candidates in Arunachal Pradesh

Northeast Desk, 19th April: Union Minister Kiren Rijiju exercised his voting rights in the ongoing Lok Sabha elections in Arunachal Pradesh, casting his ballot in Nafra village, his hometown. Amidst enthusiastic local participation, Rijiju, holding key portfolios in the Union Cabinet, actively supports Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidates.

Earlier, on April 9, Rijiju led a vigorous campaign in Aalo, the administrative center of West Siang district. In a spirited rally, he endorsed three BJP candidates, stressing the importance of supporting local leaders, including himself, from the Arunachal West Parliamentary constituency.

Throughout the campaign, Rijiju emphasized grassroots representation, advocating for leaders deeply connected to local communities. His message resonated with supporters, reflecting the desire for regional voices to play a prominent role in national governance.

Rijiju’s proactive involvement continues to shape the political landscape in Arunachal Pradesh, with his focus on local empowerment and inclusive governance garnering attention from voters across the state.

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