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THRISSUR: For each voter exercising their franchise, the ink mark utilized to their index finger as they go to the polling sales space is a logo of their democratic privilege. However for PR Rajan, 70, democracy lies within the alternative to not get his finger inked.
The Manalur native, who realised he had an allergic response to the indelible ink after he forged his vote in the course of the 2016 meeting polls, was armed with a medical certificates for the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, which allowed him to place his foot down and inform the polling brokers to chorus from making use of the ink on him.
This time too, he carried a certificates and forged his vote with out getting his finger inked.
“The ink had turn out to be an enormous drawback for me in 2016. I felt a burning sensation quickly after it was utilized. Quickly, rashes broke out on my arm and I consulted a physician. That’s after I realised the ink was the villain,” he stated. Rajan is glad he had the privilege of getting the stringent rule modified for him, permitting him to forged his vote as soon as once more.