101-year-old man votes in Nepal
Kathmandu: A 101-year-old man walked for two hours and cast his vote Tuesday at a polling booth in Nepal`s Sankhuwasabha district for the Constituent Assembly election.
Lal Bahadur Rai told eKantipur said that he had to walk two hours to reach the polling booth.
"Constitution should be drafted for future generations, let my vote not go in vain this time," he was quoted as saying.
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