Lucknow: On the occasion of “National Voters’ Day”, traders took oath of compulsory voting under the banner of “Uttar Pradesh Adarsh Vyapar Mandal”. State President Sanjay Gupta administered the oath of compulsory voting to the traders. Right to vote is the biggest weapon in a democracy, use the right to vote compulsorily to solve your problems said Sanjay Gupta. He said traders will hit their problems in this election due to a dent on the vote. On the occasion of “National Voters’ Day”, traders under the banner of “Uttar Pradesh Adarsh Vyapar Mandal” took the oath of compulsory voting in this assembly election.
Speaking on this occasion, the state president of the organization, Sanjay Gupta said that in a democracy, the people have the right to vote is the biggest weapon, they must use the weapon of franchise, he said that traders should vote in this election by becoming businessmen without dividing caste and religion. Only then will the problems of the traders be solved, he said, those who do not exercise their franchise, they have no right to curse the government.
Sanjay Gupta said that in this election, one crore traders of the state along with their families will be seen as a strong business vote bank by using four crore votes.
Present at the event were State Vice President Avinash Tripathi, State Treasurer Mohammad Afzal, City President Harjinder Singh, City Vice President Manish Jain, City Vice President Masih Ujma Gandhi, Mohammad Adil Mohammad Salim, Trans Gomti Chairman Ashok Yadav, Trans Gomti Senior Vice President Brahm Prakash Awasthi, Youth Unit K. President Ashish Gupta, Prince Complex President Mohammad Halim, Lovelane Market President Mohammad Qamar (Moon), Love Lane Market General Secretary Sachin Malhotra, Treasurer Mohammad Ghaus Ahmed, Mohammad Rizwan Anuj Gupta, Jitendra Nakra, Bhootnath Market President Kamal Agarwal etc.