Sunlight and corona couldn’t stop older people’s steps

Ambedkar Nagar. Fear of sunburn and corona couldn’t stop voters from reaching the voting booth. From older to young and first-time voters enthusiastic about the vote, gathered at the stands before voting began on Thursday. After the vote, a strange glow appeared on his face, as if we were saying that we too have contributed to strengthening democracy.
Hariram Sharma, who returned after voting at the Ameda polling station, said when the age is over I will continue to share the vote as long as I know how to maintain the strength of democracy. Ramapati Devi, who accompanied her grandson Nitish Kumar to the polling station, said she was never deprived of her right to vote. This time the heat is high, there is also the Corona crisis, but a vote is necessary to help strengthen democracy.
Karma Devi, who returned after voting with her grandson Durgesh at the Surapur polling station, said she felt very lucky to be taking advantage of the franchise. I said there was a crisis in Corona but I left it behind and used my franchise to build a strong government in the village. He appealed to the youth and the elderly to use their voting rights as much as possible. Leave the house, don’t be afraid of sunlight and corona.

Ambedkar Nagar. Fear of sunburn and corona couldn’t stop voters from reaching the voting booth. From older to young and first-time voters enthusiastic about the vote, gathered at the stands before voting began on Thursday. After the vote, a strange glow appeared on his face, as if we were saying that we too have contributed to strengthening democracy.

Hariram Sharma, who returned after voting at the Ameda polling station, said when the age is over I will continue to share the vote as long as I know how to maintain the strength of democracy. Ramapati Devi, who accompanied her grandson Nitish Kumar to the polling station, said she was never deprived of her right to vote. This time the heat is high, there is also the Corona crisis, but a vote is necessary to help strengthen democracy.

Karma Devi, who returned after voting with her grandson Durgesh at the Surapur polling station, said she felt very lucky to be taking advantage of the franchise. I said there was a crisis in Corona but when I left it behind I used my franchise to build a strong government in the village. He appealed to the youth and the elderly to use their voting rights as much as possible. Leave the house, don’t be afraid of sunlight and corona.

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