Tej Pratap Yadav's security guards beat a cameraman after windscreen of his car broke

New Delhi, News24 Bureau, May 19: If Tej Pratap Yadav is around, will controversy be far? Yadav certainly has a knack to make headlines and RJD supremo Lalu Yadav's eldest son knows this art too well. All heads turned when Tej Pratap came to cast his vote in an e-rickshaw. It wasn't just that much. 

Tej Pratap Yadav's personal security guards in Patna beat a camera person after he allegedly broke the windscreen of Yadav's car. Tej Pratap Yadav was leaving after casting his vote. Yadav has filed an FIR in the incident.Tej Pratap Yadav later justified the act of his security guards, "My bouncers have not done anything. I was leaving after casting my vote when a photographer hit the windscreen of my car. I have filed an FIR in the incident. A conspiracy is being hatched to kill me."The voting for the 17th Lok Sabha Elections has reached its final stage and the excited and anxious voters are now waiting for the final results. Who will win? Will there be a government with an absolute majority or will it be a hung parliament. Will it be a Modi government, or will Congress taste success finally or will the Mahagathbandhan make a government. this and more will be answered just in a couple of hours when News24 along with Todays Chanakya will reveal all the details about the magical figures. Just wait and tune in to News24 to know the real picture.Polling began Sunday morning for 59 Lok Sabha seats in the seventh and last phase of Lok Sabha polls to decide the fate of 918 candidates including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is seeking to retain the Varanasi seat in Uttar Pradesh. Voting is underway in all 13 seats in Punjab and an equal number of seats in Uttar Pradesh, nine in West Bengal, eight seats each in Bihar and Madhya Pradesh, four in Himachal Pradesh, three in Jharkhand and the lone seat Chandigarh.Over 10.01 crore voters are eligible to exercise their franchise. The Election Commission has set up more than 1.12 lakh polling stations and has deployed security personnel for smooth conduct of polls.