Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Conjoined twins vote on individual identity cards for the first time

"A victory for democracy! Saba & Farah, the conjoined sisters of #Patna cast their vote as separate inpiduals with independent voting rights for the first time," read the tweet by the official Twitter account of Election Commission.

As the voting for the Lok Sabha elections ended on Sunday, several stories of people going the extra mile to cast their vote went viral on social media. One such story is of conjoined sisters Sabah and Farah, who voted for the first time in Bihar as separate inpiduals. According to ANI, the sisters voted after receiving independent voting rights for the first time in Patna.

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"A victory for democracy! Saba & Farah, the conjoined sisters of #Patna cast their vote as separate inpiduals with independent voting rights for the first time," read the tweet by the official Twitter account of Election Commission along with a picture of the twins.

Once shared online, pictures of the sisters went viral with many lauding the two for their dedication. "If they can vote then everyone out there should vote ! They are the Inspiration! May God Bless Both of them!" read one of the many comments on the viral post.