Those people fled from Pakistan and took nationality in India on January 2019
In 2019, the Lok Sabha elections have been held in India, which is being voted on 71 Lok Sabha seats in nine states and centrally administered regions for the fourth phase. Rajasthan’s Jodhpur is also some Pakistani, who has been living in India for many years, but for the first time, he has the opportunity to vote.
These 1000 people fled from Pakistan and took shelter in India and they were citizenship in January 2019. Riyamam Bhale, who came to India from India in 1991, told the local journal that he had to wait for 18 years to vote.
Rewa Ram is living in the Tando Souro area of Pakistan. In the fourth phase Rajasthan’s total 25 Lok Sabha seats are being voted on 13, another person receiving citizenship, Govindhan Bhale, says that for the first time he is going to vote. I am most likely to vote in Rajasthan’s Jodhpur.
It is clear that in the year 2016, the Government of India had given authority to District Magistrate that citizens from India after the approval of the State Department could be citizenship, not only Pakistan but also the Hindu tribe of India from Bangladesh and Afghanistan. I am living According to Jodhpur DM office, 3090 people had requested for citizenship, 1000 of whom have been approved. It is a matter of opinion that the seats on which seats are being held today, including five of Bihar, one in Jammu & Kashmir, Three of Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh six, Maharashtra’s six, Odisha six, Rajasthan 13, Uttar Pradesh 13 and West There are 8 seats in Bengal, with total of 943 candidates in the field for 71 seats of Lok Sabha.