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Anil Ambani stands in voting queue in Mumbai, chats with other citizens. Watch

ByVrinda Jain
May 20, 2024 05:57 PM IST

Lok Sabha election 2024: Industrialist Anil Ambani was seen standing in line to cast his vote in Mumbai where six seats were electing their MPs.

As the fifth part of the seven-phase Lok Sabha elections began on Monday, May 20, the chairman and managing director of Reliance Group, Anil Ambani came out early in the morning to cast his vote. As he did his duty towards the nation, he stood in line with other voters and waited for his turn. A video of the same was shared on X by the news agency ANI.

Anil Ambani in voting line on May 20. (X/@ANI)
Anil Ambani in voting line on May 20. (X/@ANI)

"Industrialist Anil Ambani stands in a queue at a polling booth in Mumbai, as he waits for the voting to begin," wrote ANI as they shared the video. (Also Read: How will stock market be after Lok Sabha elections results? PM Modi's response)

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The clip shows Anil Ambani donning a blue shirt and standing outside a gate, waiting for his turn to vote. As he is waiting, he can also be seen having conversations with other citizens.

Watch the video of Anil Ambani here:

On Monday evening, Anil Ambani's elder brother Mukesh Ambani, his wife Nita Ambani and elder son Akash Ambani cast their votes at a polling station in Mumbai's Malabar Hill.

““It is important as an Indian citizen to vote. It is our right and responsibility to vote. I urge everybody in India to go out and exercise their right to vote,” Nita Ambani said.

More on Lok Sabha elections 2024:

Elections in six Lok Sabha seats of Mumbai were on in Phase 5. The seats are Mumbai North, Mumbai North West, Mumbai North East, Mumbai North Central, Mumbai South and Mumbai South Central.

In the fifth phase, 695 candidates contested in 49 seats spread across eight states and union territories. In terms of the total number of constituencies for which voting will be held, this is the smallest phase. There was also a simultaneous voting in 35 Odisha legislative assembly constituencies.

In the fifth phase, states and union territories including Jharkhand (3), Odisha (5), Uttar Pradesh (14), Bihar (5), Maharashtra (13), West Bengal (7), Ladakh (1) and, Jammu and Kashmir (1) are participated.

There are 4.69 crore male voters, 4.26 crore female votes, and 5,409 third-gender voters out of the total 8.95 crore voters. In 94,732 polling places, almost 9.47 lakh poll workers greeted over 8.95 crore voters.

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