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First-time voters cast votes with a hope of revamp in education

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SHILLONG, April 19: First-time voters from Shillong on Friday exuded enthusiasm as they participated in the democratic process during the 2024 Lok Sabha election.
When questioned about their sentiments, two first-time voters, Tamanna and Arpita, expressed optimism that their Member of Parliament and the incoming government at the Centre would prioritise revamp in the education sector and also create more employment opportunities for the young people.
They also emphasised the importance of youth engagement in the electoral process for the betterment of the nation.
They expressed optimism that the Member of Parliament and the incoming government at the Centre would prioritise revamp in the education sector while also creating more employment opportunities for young people.
At the same time, many seasoned voters were seen turning up in large numbers in Shillong to cast their votes.
These senior citizens, who showed up early morning at the polling booths, were provided with wheelchairs and assistance by election officials to ensure a smooth voting process.
One elderly voter, after exercising her franchise, encouraged the younger generation to turn out in large numbers and exercise their right to vote.

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