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Chota Losal continues celebrating daughter-in-law Patils nomination

The celebration does not seem to end for the residents of Chota Losal village ever since they learnt that Pratibha Devisingh Patil, who came here as daughter-in-law in 1965 after being married to Devisingh Ransingh Shekhawat, is the UPA-Lefts Presidential nominee.

Chota Losal (Rajasthan), June 16 : The celebration does not seem to end for the residents of Chota Losal village ever since they learnt that Pratibha Devisingh Patil, who came here as daughter-in-law in 1965 after being married to Devisingh Ransingh Shekhawat, is the UPA-Left's Presidential nominee.

No sooner they came to know about Patil's nomination, the excited villagers started beating drums and burst firecrackers.

Residents of this remote village in Rajasthan are too eager to see their daughter-in-law occupy the highest constitutional post of the country.

"We are really happy that she is contesting for the President's post. The entire village is happy for her, as she would be the first woman President if elected," said a local resident.

On July 7, 1965 Pratibha Patil, an advocate-turned social worker and politician married Devisingh Ransingh Shekhawat who hails from a family belonging to this village.

"The entire village is happy for her. We think after she gets elected, there will be some development in our village," said a lady.

In the dusty lanes of the village, children were seen praying for the 'grandma', while the elderly believe that their 'daughter-in-law' has brought honour to the entire village.

ANI

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