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Mumbai Lok Sabha elections 2019 Aamir Khan and his wife Kiran Rao after casting their votes

Mumbai Lok Sabha elections 2019 Aamir Khan and his wife Kiran Rao after casting their votes



Mumbai Lok Sabha elections 2019 AAamir Khan and his wife Kiran Rao after casting their votes
Mumbai Lok Sabha elections 2019 AAamir Khan and his wife Kiran Rao after casting their votes



Mumbai Lok Sabha elections: 6 constituencies of Maharashtra including 17 Lok Sabha seats are being cast on Monday. Today many Bollywoods also reached the polling booth to vote, in which Priyanka Chopra, Madhuri Dixit, Kajol and Ajay Devgn and Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao also voted. After casting vote in Mumbai's Bandra, Aamir Khan appealed to vote for the people.

After casting vote, Aamir Khan said that as the days will increase people will come out to vote. Kiran Rao told that we had an episode of Satyamev Jayate on election. When Aamir was asked what he thought and voted, he said that we want to be happy in the country and the society. People love love and be happy. When our MP goes to Parliament, pick up our problems. He said that today's day is important for democracy and people should take part in it. The maximum number of people should vote out and vote.  

Aamir Khan made a lecture on the occasion. He said that one day the US President came on the walk. A common man also went on the walk. When both meet during this walk, common man asks the President of the United States what he does, he says that I am a US President. After this, the President of the United States asks the common man what you do, then he tells that I choose the US public.

Today, six seats in Mumbai are going to be voted to know who is competing against

- North Mumbai: Bollywood actress Urmila Matondkar is battling BJP legend Gopal Shetty. Before this seat, S.A. Dange, V.K. Krishna Menon, Mrinal Gore, Ram Naik, actor Govinda Ahuja and former Congress Chief Sanjay Nirupam have won such titles. It is one of those three seats in the state, where glamour is a candidate from the world. There are a total of 17,83,870 candidates in this parliamentary constituency, which includes 9,72,645 male voters and 8,11,225 female voters.

- North-East Mumbai: There is a fight between BJP's Manoj Kotak and NCP's Sanjay Dina Patil. There are 16,68,347 voters in this parliamentary constituency, which includes 9,23,011 male voters and 7,45,342 voters.

- North West Mumbai: Shiv Sena has launched its current MP Gajanan C. Krikar, who defeated Gurudas Kamat of Congress in 2014. Kadikar will face Congress's Sanjay Nirupam from here. There are 17,75,428 voters from this parliamentary constituency, of which 9,86,908 are male and 7,88,520 are female voters.

- North Central Mumbai: It is included in the two seats of the state, where there is a direct march between women candidates. The second seat is Baramati. There is a fight between Poonam Mahajan, daughter of late BJP leader Pramod Mahajan and Priya Dutt who was a Congress MP from the Congress three times. Priya Dutta is the daughter of late actor and Congress leader Sunil Dutt. There are a total of 17,38,894 voters, of which 9,67,474 are male and 7,71,420 are female voters.

- South Central Mumbai: Asia's largest slum is Dharavi here. Shiv Sena's Rahul Shewale is the current MP and will face former Congress MP Eknath Gaikwad. There are a total of 14,47,885 voters, including 7,93,801 males and 6,54,084 females.

- South Mumbai: On this small but famous parliamentary seat, former MP and former union minister Milind Deora will face the sitting MP Arvind Sawant of Shiv Sena. Many veteran businessmen have expressed their support in favor of Deora. There are a total of 14,85,846 voters, of whom 8,28,964 are male and 6,56,882 female voters.

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