On the first day, senior citizens and disabled people showed enthusiasm about voting.

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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For the Lok Sabha elections, the Election Commission has made arrangements for home voting for voters above 85 years of age and those with more than 40 percent disability. Many voters responded well to this postal voting process on the first day. (Senior citizens and disabled people voted enthusiastically on the first day)

This campaign was conducted for the disabled and senior citizens of Nanded North, Nanded South, Bhokar, Naigaon, Deglur and Mukhed assembly constituencies. Deputy Collector Sangeeta Rathod is the chairperson of this cell. According to the information, this process is being implemented for a total of 699 voters who could not come to the polling station and have filled the 12D form. There are 592 senior citizens and 107 disabled people in Nanded Lok Sabha constituency.

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This process was done in six assembly constituencies of Nanded Lok Sabha. This postal voting process was done by going to the voter's home and maintaining complete confidentiality like in a polling station. The District Magistrate has appealed to the representatives of the candidates to be present to keep an eye on the voting process, because the figures of how many postal processes took place in the entire Lok Sabha constituency on the first day will become clear by late night.

Many senior citizens expressed satisfaction over this facility provided by the Election Commission.

read this alsoIn the first phase, 1 crore 41 lakh new voters will exercise their franchise.

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