Women Voters Outnumber Men To Cast Their Vote During Phase 1 Of Lok Sabha Polls
Updated: April 11, 2019 19:01 IST
Women participation has increased over the years. Prioritizing voting as most important task of the day, women voters came out in great numbers to exercise their franchise during Phase 1 Of Lok Sabha Polls. 65.30% of the women voters participated in 2014 elections.
World's shortest woman Jyoti Amge casts her vote during the first phase of general elections, at a polling station in Nagpur
People queue up to vote for Outer Manipur Lok Sabha constituency from a polling booth in Ukhrul
The voters standing in queue to cast their votes, at a polling booth, at Agatti Island, Lakshadweep
Female voters during the 1st Phase of general elections 2019 at Umtyrnga, Ri-Bohi district, in Meghalaya
Women voters queue to cast their vote at a polling station near Guwahati's Samuguri area.
The female voters displaying identity cards, at a polling booth, during the 1st Phase at Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh
A Catholic nun after casting her vote at a polling station in Hyderabad.
All-women polling party at pink booths in four districts of Sikkim that voted for the lone Lok Sabha seat and the 32-member state legislature today