Facing a tramp through muddy waters to lunge and cast their vote within the Maharashtra Assembly elections on Monday, voters in a village within the relate’s Satara ingeniously created a makeshift bridge of tractor-trolleys to attain the polling booth.

tractor bridge at Satara for voting

The makeshift bridge was placed outside a polling station that was located in a Zila Parishad school as its entire ground remained submerged, thus blocking the entrance of voters. The villagers and administration lined up six tractor-trailers to enable people to reach the booth.

Kambleshwar village in Phaltan taluka turns into once water-logged due to sporadically heavy rains within the Pune space for a previous couple of days, and despite the indisputable fact that the weather changed on Monday when polling began for the 288 Assembly seats, the muddy waters remained a hindrance.