Senior Citizens Cast Their Vote During Phase 1 Of Lok Sabha Polls
Updated: April 11, 2019 19:49 IST
Voting was conducted across 1.7 lakh polling stations across the country and despite difficulties millions of voters, especially senior citizens and people with disabilities reached polling stations to exercise their franchise.
Sumitra Rai, 107, the oldest voter of Sikkim cast her vote at Kamrang secondary school polling station at Poklok Kamrang, South Sikkim.
100-year-old voter coming to cast his vote at PS 7 under 25AC Mokokchung District, Nagaland
Hundred-year-old Kashmiri 100-year-old, Sarwa Bano, looks on before casting her vote at a polling station during the first phase of general election at Kandi Kupwara in Handwara district, north of Srinagar.
An elderly voter went to caste her vote in Town High School polling booth at Coochbehar Constituency in West Bengal
100-year-old Zeba Begum casts her vote in Jammu and Kashmir's Kupwara
Man carries his father in his arms to the polling station in Kakinada, East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh to cast his vote
Enthused octogenarians casting their votes in Burtuk, East Sikkim
Army personnel injured in border shelling casts his vote at Jammu and Kashmir's Deeng village, Rajouri, near LoC
People with disabilities assisted by Matdata Mitras actively voted in Meghalaya