Shravasti News – The elders showed great enthusiasm in the Panchayat elections

Bahraich In the Panchayat election on Thursday, the elders had a great feeling in choosing the village government on the day of the vote. In the increasing heat of the sun, elderly voters vigorously exercised their right to vote and provided substantial assistance in the formation of a new government for the village. During the vote, senior voters said that voting is our right. Everyone should use their votes to choose a clean and honest candidate for the village’s development to be possible. Virendra Shrivastava’s report on interacting with senior voters is presented
In the polling station of Gram Sabha Jaitapur, older people over a hundred years of age reached the polling station in the fiery heat with the help of their children. When he saw the long line at the polling station, he sat outside and relaxed. During that conversation, he said that this will likely be the last election and vote of his life. He said that voting for the development of the village and the land is everyone’s fundamental right, so everyone should leave the work with full enthusiasm and voice.
Sushiladevi, a 92-year-old elderly woman from Sarahia Village, Nawabganj Development Block, reached the Sohriya polling station. During that time, she began to slack off by sitting in the middle of a long queue to vote. As she spoke, she said that at every election she definitely quits all her work and takes a vote. The older woman said that everyone has the right to vote, so vote first and then do the other work.
Abdul Haque, 85, a resident of Sadiabad village in the Huzurpur development block, reached his polling station in Sadiabad to vote in his lap. Meanwhile, the elder Abdul Haq said he had difficulty walking, but it was necessary to vote for the village to be improved. By choosing the preferred candidate through voting, they become partners in the development of the village.
Achyuta Prasad Mishra, 95, who lives in Nawabganj Village, Basantapur Urdal Village, reached the Basantapur Urdal polling station with the help of family members. During this time he said with great pride that he was always responsible for using his votes to form a country, state and village government. He said that every vote is important, so everyone should use the votes to work together in the development of the country, state and village.
Naseer Ahmed, a resident of Chaughdwa Village in the Nawabganj Development Block, came to the polling station to vote at the polling station with the help of his son. Meanwhile there was great enthusiasm in them. In an interview, he said that he had always voted for the job candidate. He said that by selecting a hard working candidate for the village development, he would play an important role in the development of the village.

Bahraich In the Panchayat election on Thursday, the elders had a great feeling in choosing the village government on the day of the vote. In the increasing heat of the sun, elderly voters vigorously exercised their right to vote and provided substantial assistance in the formation of a new government for the village. During the vote, senior voters said that voting is our right. Everyone should use their votes to choose a clean and honest candidate for the village’s development to be possible. Virendra Shrivastava’s report on interacting with senior voters is presented

In the polling station of Gram Sabha Jaitapur, older people over a hundred years of age reached the polling station in the fiery heat with the help of their children. When he saw the long line at the polling station, he sat outside and relaxed. During that conversation, he said that this will likely be the last election and vote of his life. He said that voting for the development of the village and the land is everyone’s fundamental right, so everyone should leave the work with full enthusiasm and voice.

Sushiladevi, a 92-year-old elderly woman from Sarahia Village, Nawabganj Development Block, reached the Sohriya polling station. During that time, she began to slack off by sitting in the middle of a long queue to vote. As she spoke, she said that at every election she definitely quits all her work and takes a vote. The older woman said that everyone has the right to vote, so vote first and then do the other work.

Abdul Haque, 85, a resident of Sadiabad village in the Huzurpur development block, reached his polling station in Sadiabad to vote in his lap. Meanwhile, the elder Abdul Haq said he had difficulty walking, but it was necessary to vote for the village to be improved. By choosing the preferred candidate through voting, they become partners in the development of the village.

Achyuta Prasad Mishra, 95, who lives in Nawabganj Village, Basantapur Urdal Village, reached the Basantapur Urdal polling station with the help of family members. During this time he said with great pride that he was always responsible for using his votes to form a country, state and village government. He said that every vote is important, so everyone should use the votes to work together in the development of the country, state and village.

Naseer Ahmed, a resident of Chaughdwa Village in the Nawabganj Development Block, came to the polling station to vote at the polling station with the help of his son. Meanwhile there was great enthusiasm in them. In an interview, he said that he had always voted for the job candidate. He said that by selecting a hard-working candidate for the village’s development, he would play an important role in the development of the village.

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