Lok Sabha Elections 2019: World’s Shortest Woman Casts Her Vote in Nagpur

Jyoti Amge is the world's shortest woman who made her appearance on the popular Bigg Boss reality show in the year 2012. Recently, she uploaded a picture on her Facebook profile showing her finger with ink. In the recent Lok Sabha 2019 elections, Jyoti utilized her right and cast her vote. After casting her vote, she came out of the polling station in Nagpur and made an announcement. She said, 'I request everyone to vote. Please vote first and then go to complete everything else.'

For being the shortest woman across the world, she grabbed space in the Guinness World Records. This 25-year old Jyoti is only 62.8 cm tall. She wore a bright red-colored frock and walked out of the polling station after casting her vote. People who recognized her greeted her in the polling booth. She reached the polling station alongside her mother and father.

Jyoti patiently stood in the queue in order to exercise her vote as an Indian citizen. Considering her responsibility as a citizen of India, she reached the polling station and successfully exercised her vote. She posted 3 pictures showing her ink finger and holding her voter identity card in the other hand. She captioned the post as 'Vote'.

She took place in the Guinness World Records as the world's shortest woman in the year 2011. In the year 2014, Amge took part in the 4th season of 'American Horror Story: Freak Show'. In the previous year, Ms. Amge was seen near the pyramids in Egypt in the city of Giza along with the World's tallest man namely Sultan Kosen from Turkey. His height is 8 feet and 9 inches. The Egyptian Tourism Promotion Board invited the duo to assist in promoting their tourism in the nation.

by Mamatha Reddy | Sat, Apr 13 - 12:49 PM

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