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Assam's oldest voter, 104-year-old Lakhi Paul, casts her vote

Assam's oldest voter, 104-year-old Lakhi Paul, casts her vote

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Moran, April 11, 2019:

104-year-old Lakhi Paul, who happens to be Assam's oldest voter, cast her vote in the ongoing mega election in the country which will be held in seven phases from April 11 to 19 May.

The district administration made all necessary arrangements so that the lady could cast her vote with ease and comfort.

Video footage shows the old lady being helped to the polling booth by her family members as well as election officials and she finally cast her vote at the

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Paul came into the spotlight as one of the oldest voters during the election and her enthusiasm for exercise her right shows that neither old age nor infirmity can hinder one from exercising one's right when the mind is made.

Paul lives with her family in a small house near Moranahat railway station under Ward no. 4 at Moran in Assam.

Paul, who avails old age pension, has three children – two sons and a daughter.

Moran falls under the Jorhat Lok Sabha Constituency which will see a two-way contest between Congress heavyweight Paban Singh Ghatowar and BJP's Rameswar Teli.