Option – Women also disguise a strong democracy

Shravasti. The participation of women was also increased in the vote for a strong democracy in the village on Thursday. Women in veils appeared at many stands. While the dominance of women was visible in many stands. On average, the participation of women at all stands increased.
A strong democracy should be built in the village and they should be selected by making them eligible. Because of this, the participation of women in the Mahaparva in the three-stage Panchayat elections was heavily observed on the day of the vote. Both estates, built in villages dominated by Tharu tribes, were dominated by women. There were around 100 to 150 women at these stands. While the polling stations in Jamunaha, Ikona, including Mansukha von Guilla, were also dominated by women. Similarly, the queue of women relative to men at various booths in the district appeared to be stronger by noon. Women who came here wearing the veil were also seen carrying children in their laps.
Shravasti. Normal life came to a standstill on Thursday. From six in the morning to half past four in the evening, people stood in line to vote. Even after the time was up at six in the evening, people in the booths stood in line to vote.
Thursday was reserved for elections in the district only. Because of the scorching sun, people had been queuing since seven in the morning. This sequence lasted until late in the evening. During this time, most of the people left all work without eating and voted first. Because of the elections, there was a stir in the voting booths. At the same time, its effect was seen in Bhinaga and Ekona cities. Where there was complete silence in the urban area. At the same time, its effect was also observed on the main routes. Only one or two people showed up on the main street all day.

Shravasti. The participation of women in the vote for a strong democracy in the village on Thursday also increased. Women in veils appeared at many stands. While the dominance of women was visible in many stands. On average, the participation of women at all stands increased.

A strong democracy should be built in the village and they should be selected by making them eligible. Because of this, the participation of women in the Mahaparva in the three-stage Panchayat elections was strongly felt on the day of the vote. Both estates, built in villages dominated by Tharu tribes, were dominated by women. There were around 100 to 150 women at these stands. While the polling stations in Jamunaha, Ikona, including Mansukha von Guilla, were also dominated by women. Similarly, the queue of women relative to men at various booths in the district appeared to be stronger by noon. Women who came here wearing the veil were also seen carrying children in their laps.

Shravasti. On Thursday, normal life came to a standstill. From six in the morning to half past four in the evening, people stood in line to vote. Even after the time was up at six in the evening, people in the booths stood in line to vote.

Thursday was reserved for elections in the district only. Because of the scorching sun, people had been queuing since seven in the morning. This sequence lasted until late in the evening. During this time, most people left work without eating and voted first. Because of the elections, there was a stir in the voting booths. At the same time, its effect was seen in Bhinaga and Ekona cities. Where there was complete silence in the urban area. At the same time, its effect was also observed on the main routes. Only one or two people showed up on the main street all day.

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