Assembly elections 2018: YKC Wadiyar leads by example

Mysuru, May 12:- The state Assembly elections is getting a good response. Enthusiastic voters were standing in the queue to cast their votes.

Titular king of Mysuru, Yaduveer Krishnadatta Chamaraja Wadiyar stood in the queue at Srikantha PU College here, booth number 148 for about half an hour to cast his vote. He said that he could not vote in the previous elections as he was abroad and was happy he could vote today.  He was happy he could interact with the people who were standing in the queue.

Janata Dal (Secular) candidate of Chamundeshwari Constituency, G T Devegowda voted along with his wife Lalitha, daughter Yashoda, brothers Yaduvara, Mahendra, Javarappa and Kenchegowda at Gungral Chatra Higher Primary School.

“I voted at 7:03 am. My wife Lalitha voted first and then I did. My daughter voted after me. Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has violated election code of conduct. Though permission was given for campaigning with only 10 members, Siddaramaiah visited houses with 100-200 followers. A complaint has been registered and the Election Commission will take action,” Devegowda said.

Minister Tanveer Sait voted along with his wife, mother, brother, daughter and son at a booth at Banumaiah School at Udayagiri in the city.

MLA Vasu also voted at Mahajana High School at Jayalakshmipuram here.

Shivaratri Deshikendra Seer of Suttur Mutt voted at JSS College of Arts, Science and Commerce on Mysuru-Ooty Road in the city. (MR/KS).

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