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Uttar Pradesh: BSP supporter chops off his finger after voting for the BJP ‘by mistake’

He was rushed to hospital where he was discharged after giving treatment

In a bizarre incident, a Bahujan Samaj Party supporter chopped off his singer after ‘mistakenly’ voting for the BJP and later released the video saying he is ‘repenting’ voting for the BJP.

The 25-year-old BSP supporter Pawan Kumar is a resident of Abdullapur Hulasan village in Shikarpur area of Bulandshahr constituency and cast his vote to BJP ‘by mistake’ yesterday in the second phase of polling. Upset and frustrated over his ‘mistake’, Pawan Kumar chopped off his finger. He later released a video on Twitter repenting his ‘mistake’ of having voted for the BJP.

Pawan Kumar was taken to hospital where he was discharged after giving the treatment.

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