Insiyah Vahanvaty and photographer Sanjay Sawant follow Samajwadi Party candidate Abu Asim Azmi through the streets of Mumbai's western suburbs, as he drums up support on the last day of campaigning.
April 28, the last day of campaigning for the third phase of elections, saw a lot of political activity on the streets of Mumbai. Samajwadi Party candidate Abu Asim Azmi from Mumbai North West seat held a day-long rally, visiting the areas of his constituency, urging people to vote for him.
He stepped out of his car to the sounds of cheers from the party workers, and a band playing "Saare jahan se achha Hindustan humara" helped set the mood for the rally that started at Jogeshwari (a western suburb).
Weaving its way through the traffic, and 25-odd motorcycles carrying Samajwadi Party banners, flags and caps, the convoy of three open vans made its way through Jogeshwari, Malcom Baug, Behrambaug, Andheri and Marol Maroshi.
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