MP: This police officer gave a gift to his wife for the first time on Karva Chauth, that too Voter ID Card


Election mercury is at its peak in Madhya Pradesh. Meanwhile, many amazing scenes were seen during the festival of Karva Chauth on Wednesday. Some women reached their husbands’ election offices to break the fast, while some husbands gave a Voter ID card to their wives as a gift

Gwalior: The festival of Karva Chauth was celebrated with great pomp in India yesterday. Wives kept fast for the whole day to pray for the good health and long life of their husbands and after doing puja in the evening, husbands bid farewell to their wives The fast was broken.

Here some wives reached their husbands’ election offices while others broke their fast with the help of video calls. Meanwhile, a state police officer presented a unique example. Amidst the election atmosphere in Madhya Pradesh, some unique colours of Karva Chauth were seen.

Madhya Pradesh Police Deputy SP Santosh Patel gave a unique gift to his wife after the puja. He also shared a video related to this on his social media account, which has now gone viral. After the puja, he gave a box to his wife. On this, his wife said that today for the first time he gave some gifts. When the wife opens the gift, two voter ID cards come out. She is astonished to see them.

While sharing the video, Santosh Patel wrote, “Pledged to help in nation building by giving a powerful but free gift in Karva Chauth. Being a social animal, I have tried to convey the message that Please donate. Recognize the power of voting. “Playing your part in democracy is an excellent quality of patriotism and beauty.”Santosh Patel says that before this he used to stay outside to study. Due to this, he and his wife were not able to vote and their voter ID card could not be made either. This time both of them will cast their votes.

The wife reached her husband’s election office

Yesterday on Wednesday, the wife of a Congress candidate from the Khandwa Assembly Kundan Malviya waited for her husband for a long time at night. But when her husband did not reach home to break the fast, Kundan Malviya’s wife, who was busy in an election campaign, reached the party office along with the children and her husband Kundan broke the fast by giving him water.

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