80-YO woman comes in to cast her vote in Jammu while CRPF women soldier helps her

The country has witnessed elections on 11th and many eligible voters came to the polling booths to cast their vote.  Jammu also went for elections on the same day and many voters visited the polling booths to use their right to vote.   The first phase of Lok Sabha elections were successfully completed in Jammu yesterday.  Meanwhile, an elderly woman named Satya Devi aged 83 came to cast her vote in the concerned booth and the CRPF soldiers helped her do her duty without any halt.  They walked with her hand in hand to help her cast her vote.

The incident took place in Gandhinagar, Jammu.  The CRPF women personnel came in to help the elderly lady to cast her vote.  The personnel said “Dheere dheere aaiye”.  Satya Devi casted her vote for the seventeenth time.  After casting her vote, she also posed for the cameras showing her inked finger.  The video of the CRPF personnel helping the elderly women went viral in the internet and all the public are showering praises on the CRPF.

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CRPF gets showered with praises

Many took to the social media and expressed their happiness on watching the video.  User named Alok Kumar wrote, “Great” while another user named NikhilSharma Ranyal wrote, “Salute”.  User named Chowkidar Vikrant Singh wrote, ‘माता के ज़ज्बे को सलाम।"

One comment read, “Appreciate Great service by CRPF”.  Another user named Mr Certitude wrote, “This should inspire everyone to vote.”  Another comment by Kalpana Prasad read,  “This is the true spirit of India !!! Youngsters watch this and make it a huge turnout all over India !!! Jai Hind !! Also salute to our forces @crpfindia .”

User named GAURAV KATHAIT wrote about the similar incident in his state Uttarakhand.  He wrote, “Nice work here also by Uttarakhand Police”

Around 20 states and Union Territories have witnessed Lok Sabha elections on 11th April and many voters walked to the polling booths to cast their vote.  In Jammu and Kashmir that has six Lok Sabha seats, only Jammu and Baramulla will elect members to the lower house of house of Parliament.  The elections results will be out on May 23.

by Neetu Panwar | Fri, Apr 12 - 01:23 PM

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