North Kashmir: Groom shows civic duty, casts vote before wedding
Groom shows civic duty, casts vote before wedding in northern Kashmir's Uri

BARAMULLA — Displaying a commendable sense of civic responsibility, a groom in the jurisdiction of 113-Nowshera Police Station, Uri, Baramulla, made a detour on his wedding day to cast his vote before partaking in his matrimonial celebrations.

In an inspiring gesture, the groom, according to the Srinagar-based news agency KDC, whose identity remains undisclosed, prioritized fulfilling his duty as a citizen before embarking on his nuptial journey. Despite the excitement and busyness surrounding his wedding day, he recognized the significance of participating in the electoral process.

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The groom’s decision to cast his vote resonated with many, symbolizing the importance of active citizenship and democratic engagement, said locals, adding that his actions serve as a reminder of the fundamental role each individual plays in shaping the democratic fabric of society.

They said this act of civic responsibility not only reflects the groom’s personal commitment to the electoral process but also underscores the broader ethos of democratic participation within the community.

As citizens across north Kashmir exercise their right to vote, this heartening incident serves as a poignant example of the enduring spirit of democracy, said another group of locals.

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