Devotion, commitment to democracy: Despite personal tragedies, wife, family cast votes in LS polls 2024

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Published May 7, 2024 at 3:17pm

    Kalavathi lost her hubby in Shivamogga, yet voted

    Family of a dead waterman voted in Hangal

    Their attitude, an upvote for their commitment

In a poignant display of devotion and commitment to democracy, individuals in Karnataka’s Shivamogga and Hangal regions showcased remarkable resilience by participating in the ongoing elections despite facing personal tragedies.

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In Shivamogga, Kalavathi, undeterred by the news of her husband’s demise, cast her vote in the phase 3 elections. Despite the shroud of grief enveloping her, Kalavathi honored her late husband’s passion for politics by exercising her democratic right, transforming her vote into a heartfelt tribute to his memory.

Similarly, in Hangal, the family of waterman Nagappa, who passed away due to a sudden heart attack, exemplified unwavering dedication to their civic duty. Despite the shock of their loss, the family chose to uphold Nagappa’s commitment to democracy by participating in the electoral process even before his funeral rites were conducted.

These instances serve as profound reminders of the strength and vibrancy of India’s democracy, where citizens, even amidst personal sorrow, demonstrate a profound sense of responsibility and allegiance to the democratic ideals their nation upholds. Their actions stand as beacons of resilience and dedication, illustrating the indomitable spirit of the Indian electorate during this crucial electoral period.

Devotion, commitment to democracy: Despite personal tragedies, wife, family cast votes in LS polls 2024

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    Kalavathi lost her hubby in Shivamogga, yet voted

    Family of a dead waterman voted in Hangal

    Their attitude, an upvote for their commitment

In a poignant display of devotion and commitment to democracy, individuals in Karnataka’s Shivamogga and Hangal regions showcased remarkable resilience by participating in the ongoing elections despite facing personal tragedies.

Also Read: Will Kangana Ranaut’s movie journey continue after elections? The intrigue intensifies

In Shivamogga, Kalavathi, undeterred by the news of her husband’s demise, cast her vote in the phase 3 elections. Despite the shroud of grief enveloping her, Kalavathi honored her late husband’s passion for politics by exercising her democratic right, transforming her vote into a heartfelt tribute to his memory.

Similarly, in Hangal, the family of waterman Nagappa, who passed away due to a sudden heart attack, exemplified unwavering dedication to their civic duty. Despite the shock of their loss, the family chose to uphold Nagappa’s commitment to democracy by participating in the electoral process even before his funeral rites were conducted.

These instances serve as profound reminders of the strength and vibrancy of India’s democracy, where citizens, even amidst personal sorrow, demonstrate a profound sense of responsibility and allegiance to the democratic ideals their nation upholds. Their actions stand as beacons of resilience and dedication, illustrating the indomitable spirit of the Indian electorate during this crucial electoral period.

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