Demonstrated strength of democracy in the veil

Ambedkar Nagar. In the three-stage Panchayat elections, half of the enthusiastic population understood their responsibility and took part in the votes with full enthusiasm and enthusiasm. With the veil, women took part in the vote by strengthening and strengthening democracy. The mother-in-law Deorani Jethani formed a team of women from the neighborhood and reached the voting booth with the family members.
If we look at the accolades that have been given to the panchayats over the past few years, the female-led panchayats were more in the category of rewards. Women are in the election campaign for around 300 posts from Zilla Panchayat, Kshetra Panchayat to village chief. He has not only grown in the electoral field, but also has the elections firmly under control. The ability to make decisions, small to large, also forces people to put their fingers under their teeth. Its effect on women was already visible during the survey.
Many other booths, including Chanduaikala, Kannupur, Hajpura, Mehrua, Katehari, Pethia, Khaspur, and Masada, showed tremendous enthusiasm for voting among female voters. Outside the booths, the queue for female voters seemed longer than that of men.
Rani, queued at the Bhiti polling station, came to vote with her young child. When the long line delayed, the child became hungry. In such a situation, the vote reached action after the child was weaned out of line and fed in the shade of a nearby tree. Ameda Elementary School had a women’s line since early morning. The voting began here with the election of women.

Ambedkar Nagar. In the three-stage Panchayat elections, half of the enthusiastic population understood their responsibility and took part in the votes with full enthusiasm and enthusiasm. With the veil, women took part in the vote by strengthening and strengthening democracy. The mother-in-law Deorani Jethani formed a team of women from the neighborhood and reached the voting booth with the family members.

If we look at the accolades that have been given to the panchayats over the past few years, the female-led panchayats were more in the category of rewards. Women are in the election campaign for around 300 posts from Zilla Panchayat, Kshetra Panchayat to village chief. He has not only grown in the electoral field, but also has the elections firmly under control. The ability to make decisions, small to large, also forces people to put their fingers under their teeth. Its effect on women was already visible during the survey.

Many other booths, including Chanduaikala, Kannupur, Hajpura, Mehrua, Katehari, Pethia, Khaspur, and Masada, showed tremendous enthusiasm for voting among female voters. Outside the booths, the queue for female voters seemed longer than that of men.

Rani, queued at the Bhiti polling station, came to vote with her young child. When the long line delayed, the child became hungry. In one such situation, the vote reached the stake after the child was fed in the shade of a tree near the line. Ameda Elementary School had a women’s line since early morning. The voting began here with the election of women.

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