Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Just Married Couple Head to Udhampur Polling Station Straight From Wedding Ceremony to Cast Their Vote in Jammu and Kashmir (View Pic)

Madhurima Sarkar
In Jammu and Kashmir, polling is taking place on two seats--Srinagar and Udhampur.

The second phase polling for Lok Sabha Elections 2019 is underway, and people across 95 parliamentary constituencies, spread over 11 states and one union territory are in queue to cast their right to vote. It is majorly during elections that we get to witness patriotism within the nationalities and the spirits only surprise us. While the second phase polling has just begun, a just married couple has captivated netizens. Not only that they look adorable together, but the duo was spotted at Udhampur polling station, straight from their wedding ceremony to cast their vote. Phase 2 Voting Begins for Srinagar And Udhampur Parliamentary Constituencies. 

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In Jammu and Kashmir, polling is taking place on two seats—Srinagar and Udhampur. The voting began at 7:00 am today, and the newly-married couple after taking their vows reached the venue hand-in-hand, adorned in their wedding attire to elect the representative for their constituency. And it could get any better. Take inspiration from the beautiful couple to all those, who are still giving it a second thought to cast their right to vote. Udhampur Lok Sabha Constituency: Candidates, Current MP, Polling Date And Election Results 2019. 

Pic of Just Married Couple Spotted at Udhampur Polling Station 

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The period of elections has so many things to unveil and surprise the citizens across the nation. The Lok Sabha Elections 2019 is taking place between April and May, and voting will be held in seven phases across various constituencies. It is the festival of democracy, so leave your excuses behind and gear up to vote. The counting of votes for the Lok Sabha Elections is scheduled on May 23, 2019.