Thousands of voters will vote from home in Maharashtra…

The bugle for lok sabha elections has been sounded in Maharashtra. elections will be held in five phases in the state. The election commission has made special preparations to ensure that everyone votes in the great festival of democracy. election officials in Maharashtra's Gadchiroli district traveled 107 kilometers through winding and treacherous roads and forests to enable two elderly people to vote from their homes for the lok sabha elections, officials said on april 12.

The voters aged between 100 and 86 are from the Gadchiroli-Chimur constituency, where voting will be held in the first phase on april 19. According to the district Information office in Gadchiroli, the election commission has given the option to people above 85 years of age and persons with more than 40% disability to vote from home in the general elections.

Under the initiative, election officials traveled 107 kilometers from Aheri to Sironcha to reach the homes of 100-year-old Kishtayya Madarboina and 86-year-old Kishtayya Komera, who have mobility issues but were unable to cast their ballots, the official said. Were willing to exercise their rights. He said election officials have approved the applications of 1,037 voters above 85 years of age and 338 "disabled" people to vote from home in Gadchiroli-Chimur constituency.

Lok Sabha elections in maharashtra are scheduled to be held in a total of seven phases, starting from april 19 and ending with the counting of votes on june 4. Voting will be held in 5 constituencies in maharashtra in the first phase. Among those constituencies, voting will be held in Ramtek (SC), nagpur (Gen), Bhandara-Gondia (Gen), Gadchiroli-Chimur (ST), and Chandrapur (Gen). Let us tell you here that bjp has fielded Union minister Nitin Gadkari from nagpur by giving him a ticket.

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