New Delhi: Delhi’s 1.43 crore voters will decide the fate of the BJP, Congress and AAP by casting their ballot this election season. The BJP which got all seven seats in the 2014 general election is fighting for its prestige, while the Congress which lost control over Delhi in the assembly elections is looking for revival. Meanwhile, for AAP it’s a battle for survival as they have lost a lot of vote bank since the last assembly election in 2015.

May 12, 2019, witnessed the sixth phase of the Lok Sabha elections 2019. VIPs, celebrities and politicians queued up at their respective polling booths to cast their vote.

Here are their comments and pictures after exercising their right to vote.

Ram Nath Kovind

President Ramnath Kovind along with wife Kavita Kovind voted at the polling station in the Dr Rajendra Prasad Sarvodaya Vidyalaya, within the Rashtrapati Bhavan complex.

 Gautam Gambhir

Cricketer turned politician Gautam Gambhir was among the early voters. He is BJP’s candidate from east Delhi. After casting his vote, Gambir tweeted his picture and wrote, “Done my bit!! It's your turn now…Go Vote Delhi.”

Gambhir was wearing a crisp white kurta. He was spotted with his wife Natasha Jain holding their voter cards as they stood in a queue at a polling booth on Old Rajendra Nagar.

Arvind Kejriwal

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal asked people to vote for the candidates who have performed well in the past couple of years and not for the ones who have been spreading “hatred” and “venom”.

He also appealed voters not to vote for those who are creating a hindrance for developmental work in Delhi. His tweet translated as, “Good morning Delhi. Please vote. Vote for those who have done your work. Don't vote for those who are spreading hatred and venom and stopping work in Delhi. Your vote can change the country.”

Rahul Gandhi

Wearing white Kurta Rahul Gandhi was spotted along with party senior leader Ajay Maken. After casting his vote Rahul attack BJP and said, “the election was fought on key issues including demonetization, farmer problems, Gabbar Singh Tax and corruption in Rafale. Narendra Modi used hatred in the campaign and we used love and I am confident love will win.”

Priyanka Gandhi

Priyanka Gandhi Vadra came to cast her vote with her husband Robert Vadra at a polling booth in Sardar Patel Vidyalaya at Lodhi Estate. While talking to media she said, “It’s a really important election because we are fighting to save democracy, for our country, and keeping that in mind I cast my vote.”

Manoj Tiwari

Delhi BJP president and party's candidate from North-East Delhi Manoj Tiwari cast his vote at polling booth number 60 in Yamuna Vihar. He is contesting against former chief minister Sheila Dikshit.

Sheila Dikshit

Former Delhi CM and Congress's candidate from North-East Delhi, Sheila Dikshit casting her vote at a polling booth in Nizamuddin (East). Later she was seen with Sonia Gandhi.

 Atishi Marlena

AAP Candidate from East Delhi, Atishi Marlena gave her vote at a polling booth in Kamla Nehru Govt Sarvodaya Vidyalaya in Jangpura. She is up against BJP's Gautam Gambhir and Congress's Arvinder Singh Lovely.

Manika Batra

Arjuna Award winning Table Tennis star, Manika Batra also cast her vote. She has been spreading awareness to vote through radio and video messages. In her tweet, she said, “I have cast my vote. It’s a duty of every citizen to cast their vote for better India. I urge everyone to participate in the biggest festival of democracy. My country, My Vote.”

Sidharth Malhotra

Bollywood actor Sidharth Malhotra came to Delhi to cast his vote. “Took a quick break and came to Delhi for this. I've done my bit, it's time you do yours! #VoteForIndia 🇮🇳 This is the most important work that you would do today,” he wrote on Twitter.

Taapsee Pannu

Bollywood actress Taapsee Pannu came to Delhi to cast her vote this election season. The Pink actress took to Twitter to fault her inked finger. Her mother was also there with her. She captioned the picture: “Me and my maa for ‘Bharat maa’”.