Publish Date: | Tue, 25 Jan 2022 11:47 PM (IST)
Shajapur. On the occasion of National Voters’ Day in Government Higher Secondary School, Dupara, staff members and students present took voter oath. Institution principal Dinesh Paliwal told that as per the instructions of the government, on January 25, like every year, this
year also of covid rules
Under this oath was taken by the staff members in the institution.
Program Officer National Service Scheme Jagdish Chandrapal told that the oath was read out to all by Principal Dinesh Paliwal and everyone repeated it. of oath
After this, in his remarks, the Principal of the institution said that the basis of a strong and strong democracy is the creation of fair and aware voters.
It is through efforts that voters choose the government that develops in the country and develops in the state.
Voting should be fearless and without partisanship, only by this a good government can be elected. Our India is the world’s largest democracy, towards which the world is following by looking at it today, India has been a world guru since ancient times. Conscious and educated voters are the cornerstone of a strong democracy.
importance of voting
Kalisindh. The 12th National Voters’ Day was celebrated on 25 January at the polling stations falling under Assembly Constituency 168. Voter ID cards were distributed to youths who had completed 18 years and an oath was administered to encourage them to vote, to make them aware, importance of voting was also explained. During this special day to remind the duty towards the nation, by the Booth Level Officer (BLO) respectively Babusinh Solanki at Polling Station No. 66 Devlabihar, 67 Mukesh Kumar Saxena, Purshottam Mandloi at Polling Station-68 Kalisindh, Polling Station 70 Padli Govardhan Singh Bithore, 71 Shivnarayan Sharma, BLO Purushottam Vishwakarma at polling station 73 Ghunsi, BLO Badriprasad Verma at polling station 79 Ghattia Khurd distributed voter ID cards to new voters. Along with this, Voters’ Day was celebrated by making every voter resolve to strengthen democracy through their active participation. New voters including Mavi Kalisindh Sanstha Principal Vikram Singh Rathod, senior teacher Shailendra Singh Songra, Hukam Singh Vishwakarma, teacher Rajkumari Sharma were present during the Voters’ Day program in Kalisindh.
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