Prime Minister Narendra Modi has drawn flak after he claimed in a televised interview on Saturday that he had advised the Indian Air Force (IAF) to execute the strikes in Pakistan's Balakot on February 27, "despite the rough weather".
The Congress leader and her husband Robert Vadra exercised their franchise at a polling booth in the Sardar Patel Vidyalaya in Lodhi Estate area of Central Delhi.
After casting his vote, Congress President Rahul Gandhi said love would win this time.
The sixth phase of voting for Lok Sabha elections began this morning in 59 Parliamentary seats across seven States.
Having sensed that the chances of TDP retaining power in Andhra Pradesh are remote, TDP chief and AP CM N Chandrababu Naidu is desperately trying to shift to national politics and play a crucial role in the formation of a non-BJP government at the Centre by bringing regional parties, Congress and Left parties together.
However, as the May 20th Edition of Time Magazine (Asia Edition), an iconic US-based weekly news magazine, has also cautioned about which shape India will be in if Narendra Modi steals the show again? And I think love will triumph. The people are our maalik (boss).
Last week Ram Madhav, a senior general secretary of the party, told the media that "if we get 271 seats (the halfway mark) on our own, we will be very happy". And the most important among these is of unemployment.
Rahul is registered as a voter at the high profile New Delhi Lok Sabha constituency.
He appealed people to work towards strengthening the institutions of the President and the Prime Minister. Counting of votes will take place on May 23.
Meanwhile Congress Social Media in-charge Divya Spandana said she was curious to know who Modi was sending emails to. The agitated Congress leaders protested outside the party headquarters at Shaheedi Chowk and raised anti-BJP slogans.
Scandal has also swirled, with West Bengal police detaining a BJP activist after sending a Facebook post with the head of state chief minister Mamata Banerjee superimposed on an actress wearing a see-through dress.
About the listing of Jaish-e-Mohammad chief Masood Azhar's as a global terrorist, PM Modi said that it was the result of a global consensus against terror and it would be unfair to reduce it to a China-centric issue, adding that the south Asian giant like other countries is also concerned about the terrorism.
Claiming that the Congress governments in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh had waived farm loans, Priyanka said, "When the intention is good, loan waiver starts in three days, but when the intention is bad, the arrogant leader talks big and leaves".