Man ignores his Shaadi, goes to the polling booth with Baraat to cast his vote

Elections are an important process in Indian democracy which gives the right to the citizens to select their representatives. This is a time when voting of every citizen is crucial and people from every section of the society welcome it with enthusiasm. In this sequence, a unique incident has come to light in a village in Rajasthan, where a groom reached the polling booth with his wedding procession.

During voting in the Udaipur Mavli assembly seat, Debari resident Jitendra Vaishnav reached the polling booth before going to Delwara in Rajsamand district, 50 km from Debari, for his marriage. Before the voting day, Deputy Sarpanch Chandan Singh Deora asked all the wedding guests to first vote and then attend the wedding ceremony. Voting for the second phase started at 7 am on Friday. About 2.80 crore voters are eligible to vote in the second phase in Rajasthan. This is the last phase of elections in Rajasthan where voting was held on 12 seats in the first phase on April 19.

The video is becoming quite viral on social media. In the viral video, Jeetendra Jeetendra’s arrival at a polling booth with a full wedding procession, complete with drums and festive accompaniments. After watching the video, users were quite shocked and shared many reactions.

This incident makes it clear that political awareness is increasing among the citizens and they are showing activism regarding their rights. This is a positive sign and shows that the confidence and participation of Indian citizens in the spirit and structure of democracy are increasing day by day.

This incident also highlights the deep-rooted cultural significance of elections in India, where even amidst personal celebrations like weddings, citizens prioritize their civic duty. Such actions not only exemplify individual responsibility but also underscore the collective commitment towards shaping the nation’s future through democratic processes.

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