Atal Bihari Vajpayee not on voters' list for Lucknow civic-polls
His name was removed as he has been inactive and absent from the city for the past several years.
He was once the occupant of house number 92/98-1 in Basmandi area of Lucknow's Babu Banarasai Das Ward.
Ex-PM Vajpayee's name removed from voters' list
LMC Zonal Officer (Zone-1) Ashok Kumar Singh's statement
Singh said: "Vajpayee, who once coined the slogan Pehle Matdaan Phir Jalpaan - has been removed from the voter list after the latest (voter list) campaign. The house in the three-story Rajendra Smriti Bhavan beside Mohan Hotel is now the office of the Kisan Sangh."
Vajpayee hasn't visited Lucknow in about 10 years
With the voter number 1054, Vajpayee had last cast vote in the municipal elections in 2000.
The former Prime Minister had not exercised his right to vote after the 2004 Lok Sabha elections; he had cast his vote in Delhi at the time.
However, he had campaigned for Dinesh Sharma, the incumbent Deputy CM of Uttar Pradesh, in the 2006 Lucknow mayoral election.
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