Assembly elections: 102 and 106-year-olds cast votes, set precedent

Mumbai: Voting continues today for 288 assembly seats in Maharashtra. As of 2 pm, around 30.62 per cent voting has been recorded. As in the last election, various tribal areas of the state like Thane, Palghar, Chandrapur and Nandurbar recorded more than 20 per cent polling in the festival of democracy, but in most other parts of the state, especially urban areas, polling was 10 to 20 per cent or less. Voting is recorded.

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During this period, Haji Ibrahim Alim Zod, a 102-year-old man in Pune, along with his family, cast his vote at a polling booth in Lohgaon and set an example for others. After casting his vote, Ibrahim said, "I was hospitalized for treatment for 4 days, but today I have come here to cast my vote." Along with this, he has also appealed to all to come forward and vote.

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Meanwhile, 106-year-old Harsh Singh has given a message to the people to vote by voting in Bahraich amid the by-elections in Uttar Pradesh. The results of the assembly elections in Haryana and Maharashtra will be released on October 24.

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