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“The government we vote into power should clear such obstacles, ? — (Manasi Phadke) MISSED DEADLINE Gurudas Kamat the sitting MP from Mumbai North West constituency lost two votes as fellow Congress MP Sanjay Nirupam and his wife Geeta were unable to cast their votes Residents of Lokhandwala the Nirupams were to vote at 5 pm but could not as they were travelling in the northern suburbs “There was communal tension in Malwani Malad and I had to stay there” said Nirupam Later he called the election officer in Lokhandwala to ask if the polling time could be extended by a few minutes but the officer told him that voting had to stop at 6 pm sharp SKINK SCARE A common snake skink (a type of lizard that resembles a snake) sparked a minor scare at Hindu School polling centre near Banganga in Mumbai South The skink was noticed just outside the polling centre and police officers near the centre promptly called up reptile rescuer Nithin Valmiki around 230pm The officials kept track of the reptile’s movements from a distance only to be told that the reptile was a harmless skink which was rescued within minutes AN ENTERPRISING LOT Known for their gusto especially at public events it was not surprising to see how members of the Gujarati community in Mumbai came up with innovative solutions to overcome hassles while voting This was evident at Dhanji Devshi Municipal School in the Gujarati-dominated Ghatkopar (East) where 6481 people were registered to cast their votes on Thursday More than 70 people were seen queuing up outside two of the five polling booths around 1230 pm many of them sweating and criticising the election authorities for ‘poor management’ Suddenly a woman intervened and arranged for four big pedestal fans which were placed strategically near two of the polling booths bringing much-needed relief to voters some of whom had been standing in queue for two hours A ‘FAMOUS’ vote gone Singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya was among a handful of Lokhandwala residents who returned home dismayed at not finding his name on the electoral roll But he didn’t give up without a fight Assistant zone officer S S Patnaik recounted “He (Bhattacharya) said ‘Don’t you know who I am I’m the man who sings Kishore Kumar songs’ I replied I’m a Kishore da fan but don’t know who you are” Patnaik said he added “If you want the police to know who you are for the wrong reasons be my guest” The singer backed off crestfallen STARRY ADVICE The appearance of actor Varun Dhawan at St Joseph’s School Juhu caused a bit of a flutter Dhawan obliged those who spotted him and posed for pictures while exhorting people to vote Just as he was about to leave a girl rushed out of a swanky cafe from across the road and shot a selfie with the actor on her iPhone Dhawan asked if she had voted “I’m only 16” she giggled -NORTH- Business community makes it count Marathi votes split Sandeep Ashar If there was a Narendra Modi wave in Mumbai it would be visible in Mumbai North Lok Sabha seat where every fifth voter is a Gujarati or a Marwari The polling booth (Sant Tukaram Salvation Mission School) in Malad saw voters queueing up as early as 7 am where voters from Gujarati and Marathi dominated areas in and around SV Road were listed to vote In the queue were two Gujarati housewives discussing how they were fed up with rising prices and how they wanted it to change At a polling station in SV Road Borivali where the business community has its largest presence Vali Mulji 90 was among those who had come out to vote “I never miss out on the chance to vote Every single vote counts” he said Mulji however seemed not so impressed by the Modi factor “I voted for the candidate who I feel is right for the constituency” he said But Tural Shah 19 a first-time voter said “Modi deserved a chance” Rahul Suryavanshi 26 who suffers from cerebral palsy said he too voted for Modi’s party “If people like me can come out to vote I am sure it would inspire others to vote too” he said The voting percentage in polling booths at the station had touched 40 per cent around 1 pm Voting at a centre in the pro-Congress belt of Ganpat Patil Nagar in Borivali was around 35 per cent at 130 pm Congress candidate Sanjay Nirupam was egging party workers to bring out more voters to the booth In Marathi-dominated polling stations at Magathane which had voted for the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena last time Alka Chavan 62 agreed with the vote for change rhetoric whereas Pramod Dhulap 56 and wife Geeta felt the Congress had done better work in the area At a polling centre in a BJP-dominated belt at Charkop the voting had crossed 50 per cent by 4 pm Prashant Kandarkar 40 said that it was the Modi factor that had brought voters out to vote ‘It’s important that we vote’ Hasina Begum 83 does not even remember how long she has been voting “Voting is important for me Although I do not know much about the candidates I voted” said the Malwani resident whose son helped her to the booth In Malwani Muslims turned out in large numbers The locality has more than 10 lakh slum tenements and chawls The voting picked up pace only after 3 pm Voters in the 16 polling centers at Malwani area were mostly employees of small scale industries “I am voting because I think my vote will make a difference” said Naaz Sayyed a final year BCom student The main polling booths such as including Aman School Urdu School andTownship School at Malwani gate number 8 were considered sensitive as they saw large number of voters from both the Hindu and Muslim community By 6 pm the voter turnout in Mumbai North rose to 52 per cent (by Megha Sood) -NORTH CENTRAL- Dismal turnout in slums Behrampada slums of Bandra (East): Aftab Alam and Nasim Khan were teenagers back when the one-lakh strong population of Behrampada was ravaged by the 1992-93 Bombay riots However the memories of petrol bombs being flung from the terrace of a building overlooking the slums is still vivid Khan who is manning the Samajwadi Party’s (SP) stall next to the very same building admits that for every one vote that has gone from Behrampada to the SP three have been for the Congress That their two-term sitting MP Priya Dutt has not done much as is evident from the dusty unpaved roads and the muck-laden drains snaking through the shanties some as high as four storeys “This frustration is the reason why very few people are stepping out to vote from Behrampada this time as against every other time when there are serpentine queues outside polling stations Those who have voted have done so with the conscious aim of voting against the BJP” said Alam The story repeats itself in the predominantly Muslim slums of Naupada and Garib Nagar where water mains serve as open-air toilets and railway tracks as playgrounds for children So it is not surprising when 168-Purshottam High School which has voters from these areas has seen only 228 voters of the total 1408 turning up until 3 pm In nearby Kherwadi a Shiv Sena stronghold a 20 ft high ‘OM’ saffron flag hangs at the entrance of the Shivaji Nagar polling booth Sixty-year old Tara Papda whose family of seven lives in a 150 sq ft house says it was unfurled by the youth on Ram Navmi earlier this month before they left for Ayodhya Papda a Marwari from Rajastan and a devout Ram worshipper says that her votes are not dictated by who builds the Ram mandir in Ayodhya (Shalini Nair) ‘We want safe secular govt’ Hill road-Turner road Bandra (w): Till 3pm the Queen of the suburbs witnessed a voter turnout of less than 35 per cent and the quiet streets bore little signs of improving it Many of those who showed up to vote complained of the lack of provisions such as fans toilets and chairs and some of them left the queues mid-way At the end of the day the North-Central constituency recorded 52 per cent voter turn out which while still low is 12 per cent higher than it was in the 2009 Lok Sabha elections While there are speculations that two-term sitting MP Priya Dutt has faced her toughest election yet many voters of the neighbourhood are still confident of the her returning for a third term Melissa Fernandes said “We want a safe secular government We should be allowed to criticise the government if there is something we do not like about it without fear of someone attacking us for it” Amrish Sethi who cast his vote at polling centre 193-197 said “We had interacted with different party candidates Voters here have a firm grip of the issues that need to be addressed People say that residents are fed up of Dutt but I don’t think we have given up on her yet” However voter Felix Rumao warily said “I’ve done my part in voting now I want to see the chosen candidate visit my area more often and do some work The Congress can’t just show up once every five years and bank on the minority vote There has to be accountability” (Alison Saldanha) [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download shlf1314n Express App More Related Newss style is deceptively simple,and I 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