Speaking to reporters after exercising his democratic proper, the actor mentioned, “It was his right and responsibility to vote.”
“I have exercised mine. Every voter should come out and vote, that is more important,” Yash mentioned.
Asked why he didn’t participate in campaigning, Yash mentioned that this time he didn’t really feel it was attention-grabbing and for that purpose he didn’t step out to take up campaigning for political events.
“Last time there were few objectives and we have carried out works through the ‘Yashomarga’ organisation. The youth should understand that voting is their right. Politicians and political parties should ensure they work and deliver fundamental works appropriately,” Yash acknowledged.
“Health, education and fundamental work should be given to people. If that is done, the people will carry out their responsibilities and work well,” the KGF Chapter 2 star acknowledged.
Yash had campaigned for Sumalatha Ambareesh within the Lok Sabha elections of 2019.
Ambareesh emerged victorious with a whopping margin in opposition to former chief minister H.D. Kumaraswamy’s son, Nikhil Kumaraswamy.
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