2 newly married couples turn up for voting in Tamil Nadu
Coimbatore, May 16: Keen not to miss their democratic duty despite entering into wedlock on Monday (May 16), two couples in their marriage attire turned up to cast their votes in the assembly elections in Tamil Nadu.
The couples wearing garlands and traditional wedding attire arrived in the polling booths here and neighbouring Tirupur District immediately after their marriage, officials said.
Karthi and Dharani came to the booth in Kaundampalayam in the city wearing garlands and traditional wedding costume, stood in the queue and cast their votes. [Tamil Nadu, Puducherry Assembly elections (Live): Exit polls: AIADMK may take a hit]
In Tirupur, Karthikeyan whose marriage with Sudha was held early today turned up at the booth in Mudalampudur and cast his vote.
However, his wife could not exercise the franchise as she was not enrolled in the voters list in the area.