New Delhi: For Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra’s son, as well as Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s son, this is the first time as a voter and they have been capturing the limelight of media personnel ever since they stepped out to cast their vote for the Delhi Assembly election 2020.

Speaking to reporters, while accompanied by parents Priyanka and Robert Vadra, Raihan Rajiv Vadra said noted that everyone should use their franchise to vote and convey their hopes from the government.

“It was a nice feeling to take part in the democratic process. Everyone should exercise their right to vote; I think everyone should have access to public transport and it should be subsidized for students,” he said.

Meanwhile, CM Kejriwal, who is “hopeful” for a third term in Delhi’s Vidhan Sabha, gave his vote at the Rajpur Transport Authority polling booth, along with his wife Sunita and debutant voter son Pulkit Kejriwal.

Speaking to news agency PTI, Pulkit said that he felt good about voting. Cautious with his words when asked if his father would become the Chief Minister again, he said “whoever people choose will become the chief minister of Delhi”.

This time, Delhi is witnessing a virtual face-off between the BJP and the incumbent AAP. While Arvind Kejriwal eyes for a relection, with an ambition of winning 67 seats at least, the rival BJP is nit-pickigng every miss of the current goverment to claim its hand in the national capital.