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Ageless wonders: India's senior citizens lead the way in Lok Sabha 2nd phase election

Age is just a number for the spirited senior citizens of India who led the way in exercising their franchise during the 2nd phase of voting in the Lok Sabha election 2019.

Zee Media Bureau | Apr 18, 2019, 17:25 PM IST

Age is just a number for the spirited senior citizens of India who led the way in exercising their franchise during the 2nd phase of voting in the Lok Sabha election 2019.

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Age is but a number when it comes to exercising one's right and fulfilling a national duty. India's veteran heroes have seen the country through decades of ups and downs, and remain upbeat about having a role in the direction India takes from here. (Photo: Twitter/@ECISVEEP)

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108-year-old Dharam Singh casts his vote in Thathri, Doda district. (Photo: Twitter/@DDNewsHindi)

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107-year-old Padma awardee, Saalumarada Thimmakka casts her vote for the Bangalore Rural parliamentary constituency. (Photo: ANI)

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A man on a wheelchair in East District Imphal shows that nothing can stop him from doing his duty as an Indian citizen. (Photo: Twitter/@PIB_India)

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A senior citizen in Darjeeling constituency comes out to cast her vote. (Photo: Twitter/@PIBKolkata)

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An aged lady at a polling booth in Muthialpet Constituency, Puducherry. (Photo: @ceopuducherry)

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Many of the voters braved the summer heat to come out and cast their vote. (Photo: Twitter/@ECISVEEP)

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They may have cast their vote a number of times in the past but that could hardly be a reason to not brandish their inked fingers yet again. (Photo: Twitter/@ECISVEEP)

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Senior citizens and youngsters seen here at a polling booth in Chennai. (Photo: Twitter/@PIB_India)

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