8 months pregnant reached jabalpur from pune to vote…

Voting was held in 6 lok sabha constituencies of madhya pradesh today, friday (April 19). In the first phase, voting was held in jabalpur, Chhindwara, Mandla, Balaghat, Sidhi and Singrauli lok sabha seats. During this period, amazing enthusiasm was seen among the voters. Different colors of elections were also seen. Newly married and pregnant women were also seen voting with enthusiasm. people were very excited about voting in jabalpur lok sabha seat. Voters living outside the city also showed enthusiasm regarding this. On this occasion, 8-month pregnant Anukriti Saxena, living in pune, reached jabalpur to vote. He voted at the polling booth at Choudhary Mother Care school in Sneh Nagar.

The bride came to vote before the farewell

Similarly, in the first phase of the lok sabha elections, voters in the Balaghat parliamentary constituency appeared to be quite aware of voting. There was a queue of voters at the polling stations here since morning. During this, the newly married couple set a unique example. The special thing was that a newly married woman from Dhimar Tola of the city reached the polling station to exercise her franchise before bidding farewell. During this time the groom was also present on the spot along with the bride. Many shocking incidents have come to light for the festival of democracy. A presiding officer of jabalpur was suspended for making the photo from inside the polling station viral. There were also reports of boycotts of voting in some places. Among the veteran leaders, former cm Kamal Nath, nakul Nath, Union minister Faggan Singh Kulaste and bjp and congress candidates from all 6 lok sabha seats cast their votes.

Boycott of elections for mobile network

Out of about 1600 voters, only 10 people voted till 11 am at 2 polling stations in village Bahela of Balaghat. The reason for exclusion from voting was said to be the lack of a mobile network in the village. Along with this, the villagers had boycotted the elections due to many basic problems including the tap water scheme, and electricity problems for the farmers. Despite the administration's explanation, the villagers did not agree.

మరింత సమాచారం తెలుసుకోండి: