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Don’t bring gifts, vote for PM Modi: Telangana groom’s father requests in wedding card – News9 LIVE

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A wedding invitation from Telangana has sparked online buzz as it urges guests to not bring gifts and instead vote for Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the upcoming Lok Sabha Elections.

Groom’s father asks wedding guests to vote for PM Modi ahead of Lok Sabha Elections 2024. | Image: X

Hyderabad: A Telangana man’s request while inviting guests to his son’s wedding has created a buzz online. The wedding invitation requested people to not bring gifts but vote for Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the Lok Sabha Elections 2024.

The wedding card of Sai Kumar and Mahima Rani has gone viral on social media. It reads, “If you vote for Narendra Modi ji, that’s the gift for this wedding.” A photo of PM Modi is also printed on the card.

The couple’s wedding is scheduled for April 4.

Viral wedding card

Groom's father asks wedding guests to vote for PM Modi

Groom’s father asks wedding guests to vote for PM Modi. | Image: X

The groom’s father, Nandikanti Narsimlu, who is a wooden materials supplier for buildings construction, decided to put up the message in his son’s wedding card out of his regard for PM Modi.

“My family found the idea good and asked me to go ahead,” Narsimlu told TOI.

He did not make such an appeal during the weddings of his daughters.

Lok Sabha Elections 2024

The Lok Sabha elections are set to commence on April 19. The country will go to polls in seven phases, with the voting concluding on June 1. The results will be declared on June 4.

In the last parliamentary elections, BJP won 303 seats while Congress won 52 seats.

The tenure for the current Lok Sabha ends on June 16.

The Assembly Elections of Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, Sikkim, and Arunachal Pradesh will also take place simultaneously. Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh will go to polls on April 19 and the voting for Andhra Pradesh and Odisha Assembly Elections will be held on May 13.

Around 97 crore people are eligible to vote in the upcoming polls.

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