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did not come as expected. Down by a goal, was a victim of that devious “bubbling dal” conspiracy hatched by his rival. and eight of? Hansot police inspector K V Chudasma said they had information that Abdulla might leave the country. 30, a fisherman said “Fishing is our livelihood We want a leader who will bring down fuel prices which will make running our motor boats more affordable” Majority of the voters from the Versova Koliwada polled at two centres – the Children’s Welfare Centre school and the Posha Nakhwa Municipal School (PNMC) While the voting percentage at 6 pm at CWC was 4416 percent that at the Posha Nakhwa school was 4044 percent (by Mayura Janwalkar) ‘UNRULY’ ELDERS Senior citizens are known to be the most enthusiastic voter category with a majority of them turning out to vote right in the morning despite their health conditions However at a polling booth in Garodia Nagar an early morning queue saw tension brewing among two sections of senior citizens With those above 80 years of age allowed to skip the line by sympathetic young voters the ones in their early 60s created an uproar Onlookers mostly comprising voters in their 30s and 40s could do very little as the two age groups within the ‘senior citizen’ category suddenly began jumping the queue The polling officials too found themselves in a fix at the situation HUNGER ‘STRIKES’ Although he meticulously flipped through the lists of registered voters and handed over voting slips to them a booth polling official in Bhendi Bazar expressed anguish over not getting food The officer said he had been sitting at the same place since 6 am and had gone to relieve himself only once “The higher ups should have made arrangements for food I have been sitting here all day and nobody has even bothered to give me a cup of tea” he said The official even criticised the zonal officer for not taking care of subordinates and said “When I had to go to the toilet I asked a police constable to sit at my place I had to rush back within a couple of minutes” RIGHT IS MIGHT Mumbaikars who didn’t show up at polling centres could learn a lesson or two from 97-year-old Shrikrishna Upadhye who turned up to vote at Hussain Allana English School in Versova The gentleman although frail in appearance did not let the rising afternoon temperature mar his determination to cast his vote A volunteer offered to give him a piggyback ride to his polling booth on the first floor as there was no wheelchair available “He was going to walk otherwise” said Upadhye’s granddaughter [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Jagmeeta Thind Joy | Published: May 8 2013 2:35 am Top News Todaymost of us have access to a camera be it through our mobile phones or otherwise But random clicking is not something Nitin Rai Chaudhary believes in An amateur photographerChaudhary likes to shoot with a purpose I like to capture beauty in ordinary things around usthings that we often neglect to see but are truly extraordinary I want to click images that not only connect you with people and places but also make one feel that photography is beyond random clicking? Patkar alleged that NCP workers of candidate Sanjay Dina Patil had intimidated voters Wednesday night asking them to vote for the “clock” only.

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