Accompanied by security guards, Rahul came to the polling booth, and cast his vote even as media persons tried to catch a glimpse of the dimpled leader.
The media is still discussing the remarks by Rahul at his recent press conference where he hinted at a post poll alliance with the Left.
However, the Communists seem reluctant to commit themselves to any such thing.
"All these matters are to be discussed after the 16th when we know the actual arithmetic that comes out of the results. Till then, our objective is to have a non-Congress secular government at the Centre," said Sitaram Yechury, leader of Communist Party of India (Marxist).