Sick and injured, elders and those with disabilities should be helped to vote

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My grandmother recently had knee surgery. She is at home recovering but is well enough to walk. However, climbing stairs is still an issue. She wanted to cast her vote but could not due to lack of accessibility to the voting booth. It was on the second floor without elevator or wheelchair access. We organised a wheelchair for her but in vain as there was no way for us to take the wheelchair up. We also saw another elderly gentleman at the voting help desk who was keen to have his ill wife vote but again could not do so due to lack of accessibility. Some voting centers seemed well equipped to handle ailing and disabled people while many were not. Hence, I believe all voting centers and booths must meet basic mandatory requirements to make it conducive to all the disabled electorate.