Mercury is 40, then at the age of 80, it turns out that the village government makes voters

Family members wearing the elderly woman Prema Devi vote for eighty-five years
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Orai. Although the sun has been burning since the morning and the streets are burning with heat in the afternoon, it was also encouraging to see the elders aged 70 and 80 to form the government of the village. Although the maximum temperature was 41 on Monday, the village might have a bumpy bumpy road or a hot summer road might not diminish the excitement of these elderly and disabled people.
With the help of a divyang baisakhi or a lathi, elderly people kept coming and going to the polling station, carrying the weight of their waist in the hands of someone close to them. Even among the youngsters there was enormous enthusiasm. Some elders said that the leader owed his family a lot, he had to cast his vote, then he came out of the divyang’s speech that the village government should not become a divyang if the village government does not vote Yes, then physical disability can also be used not become an obstacle.
Divyang Divyang Dharmendra Chauhan, who got out of the booth with the help of Lathi from the Udotpura booth, says that having one voice makes the government worse and worse. So he had to come to Booth to be elected to the right head. With the help of Lathis and family members, 90-year-old Paramsukh also came to Aurekhi to vote and said he has been voting for so many years. How can he sit at home this time? Your efforts will be at least twice and they will do their part in choosing the village government.
70-year-old Ramkali also reached the voting booth in Pratappura to cast her vote with her grandson. Divya Fauji Sitaram Dohra’s foot was in Rava village, so they reached out to their partner to cast their vote and said that I am a soldier. How could the divyang stop him at home on election day if he wasn’t afraid of the enemy? Bullets. The 80-year-old Matadin also ran for election in the village of Ait, Somai.
Similarly, Prema Devi from the village of Aata reached the voting booth on the highway to cast her vote. He said what happened that the waist bent but the feet still support him. So she went to the vote. In the village of Bhenpata, Binnar Mithila Devi got up from bed and reached for the vote with her family members. The 80-year-old lover, who lives in the village of Mohammadabad, also used both hands to bring his family members to the booth to vote.

Orai. Although the sun has been burning since the morning and the streets are burning with heat in the afternoon, it was also encouraging to see the elders aged 70 and 80 to form the government of the village. Although the maximum temperature was 41 on Monday, the village might have a bumpy bumpy road or a hot summer road might not diminish the excitement of these elderly and disabled people.

With the help of a divyang baisakhi or a lathi, elderly people kept coming and going to the polling station, carrying the weight of their waist in the hands of someone close to them. Even among the youngsters there was enormous enthusiasm. Some elders said that the leader owed his family a lot, he had to cast his vote, then he came out of the divyang’s speech that the village government should not become a divyang if the village government does not vote Yes, then a physical one can also Disability not be an obstacle.

Divyang Divyang Dharmendra Chauhan, who got out of the booth with the help of Lathi from the Udotpura booth, says the government will be formed and deteriorated with one voice. So he had to come to Booth to be elected to the right head. With the help of Lathis and family members, 90-year-old Paramsukh also came to Aurekhi to vote and said he has been voting for so many years. How can he sit at home this time? Your efforts will be at least twice and they will do their part in choosing the village government.

Ramkali, 70, also reached the Pratappura voting booth to cast her vote with her grandson. On foot, Divya Fauji Sitaram Dohras was voting in Rava village, so he came with his partner to cast his vote and said he was a soldier. How could the divyang stop him at home on the day of the vote if he wasn’t? Afraid of the enemy’s bullets. The 80-year-old Matadin also ran for election in the village of Etai, Somai.

Similarly, Prema Devi from the village of Aata reached the voting booth on the highway to cast her vote. He said what happened that the waist flexed but the feet still support him. So she went to the vote. In the village of Bhenpata, Binnar Mithila Devi got up from bed and reached for the vote with her family members. The 80-year-old lover, who lives in the village of Mohammadabad, also used both hands to bring his family members to the booth to vote.

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