Bigwigs cast their votes in the final phase of 2019 Lok Sabha elections

The polling for the seventh and the final phase of Lok Sabha 2019 elections concluded at around 5:30 pm on Sunday. Here's taking a look at the bigwigs who cast their votes on the last day of the General election.


Nitish Kumar

Bihar Cheif Minister Nitish Kumar was among the early voters this morning as polling began in 59 parliamentary constituencies across seven states and one union territory. 


Sourav Ganguly

Former Indian cricketer Sourav Ganguly poses with paramilitary officers after casting his vote at the polling station in Kolkata on Sunday.


Mamata Banerjee

Large scale violence was reported from different parliamentary constituencies of West Bengal with Trinamool Congress and BJP blaming each other for the violence.

After casting her vote at a polling station in Kolkata, Mamata Banerjee said, 'It is not the time of campaigning as voting is going on, hence, I will not say anything about campaigning'. 


Yogi Adityanath

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath today exuded confidence of getting full majority in the Lok Sabha elections. He asserted that BJP will win over 300 seats on its own. 


Tej Pratap Yadav

Lalu Prasad Yadav's elder son and RJD leader Tej Pratap Yadav at a polling booth during the seventh and the last phase of 2019 Lok Sabha Elections.

RJD chief Lalu Prasad's son Tej Pratap Yadav's personal security guards on Sunday beat a camera person after he allegedly broke the windscreen of Yadav's car. 


Anupam Kher with his wife Kirron Kher

Actor Anupam Kher takes selfie with his wife and BJP candidate Kirron Kher after casting vote in Chandigarh on Sunday.


Kailash Vijayvargiya

BJP general secretary Kailash Vijaywargiya Sunday claimed his party, on the basis of its 'big electoral success' in West Bengal and Odisha, would win around 300 Lok Sabha seats, paving way for Narendra Modi to become prime minister again.


Chandra Kumar Bose

BJP Bengal Vice-President Chandra Kumar Bose shows his finger marked with indelible ink after casting his vote at the polling station in Kolkata on Sunday. Bose said the change for which people had voted TMC to power in 2011 had not come and only BJP was capable of bringing it.


Sushil Kumar Modi

Bihar Deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi shows his finger marked with indelible ink after casting vote during the last phase of Lok Sabha election in Patna on Sunday.