Janaki Bai, a 106-year-old woman, reached the polling booth in Karnataka elections on 10 May. Meanwhile, elderly woman Janki Bai cast her vote at polling booth number 254 of Channagiri assembly constituency.
Karnataka elections: For the Karnataka Assembly Elections 2023, voting is underway on 224 seats from 7 am on Wednesday, May 10. Till 11 am, 20.99 per cent votes have been cast. Enthusiasm for voting was seen in the youth as well as in the elderly in the Karnataka elections.
Janki Bai, a 106-year-old elderly woman, reached the polling booth to exercise her franchise in the Karnataka elections. Elderly woman Janaki Bai casts her vote at polling booth number 254 of Channagiri assembly constituency. During this, he also appealed to the public to vote.
Tell me, as soon as 106-year-old Janaki Bai reached the polling booth to cast her vote, the officials got her voted. After this, some officers were also seen taking selfies with him. Veteran Janaki Bai had come alone to cast her vote with a stick. This picture of him has been tweeted from the Twitter handle of Davangere Zilla Panchayat.
At the same time, social media users are also commenting below this picture. One user wrote, ‘Wah Amma Dil Jeet Liya’. There has been a lot of enthusiasm among elderly women and disabled people in Karnataka elections and many pictures have also come to the fore.
Let us tell you that tight security arrangements have been made to conduct fair polling in Karnataka and to prevent any kind of disturbances. Besides the Karnataka Police, several companies of paramilitary forces have been deployed. Along with this, police forces have also been called from neighboring states.
At the same time, about 3 lakh polling personnel have been deployed in the Karnataka elections. Explain that there are more than 5.3 crore voters in the state, out of which 11.71 lakh voters will vote for the first time.