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9th National Voters’ Day celebrated in Poonch
Rallies related to Voters Awareness conducted from GHSS and BHSS
Poonch, January 25: The 9th National voters Day was celebrated today here at GDC Poonch. District Development Commissioner Poonch Rahul Yadav was the chief guest on the occasion. ADDC Abdul Hamid , ADC Krishan Lal ACR , Dy DEO, Principal GDC Poonch were also present.The function was attended by Advocate Sanjay Raina, K D Maini , Principal GHSS Sheesh Mahal, Principal BHSS Poonch, lecturers, teachers , members of civil society beside large number of students.
DDC Poonch flagged off a voter awareness rally from Girls HSS Sheesh Mahal Purani Poonch. A similar Rally was taken from Boys HSS Poonch. Rangolis were also made in Girls HSS to spread the message of maximum voting and importance of voting.
The rallies were culminated in GDC Poonch where a programme was organized to celebrate National Voters Day. Various speakers including students spoke during the program to spread the awareness and importance of voting among new voters.
Advocate Sanjay Raina in his speech spoke on the need of awareness of Voters at village and mass level. He enlightened and educated the gathering on various aspects of voting. He impressed upon the role of voters in electing a right and suitable person in Elections
ADDC appealed to register new voters in the Electoral Roll. He also appealed spread the message of “No Voter Should be Left Behind” during the General Election 2019.
DDC Yadav while addressing the gathering informed about the serious of initiative of the Election Commission of India to spread awareness among the voters. He also shared the helpline number 1950 for the queries and complains regarding the Elections. He also informed about the online platform for registration of new voters. DC Yadav also appealed to enroll in maximum numbers.
A pledge was also taken on the National Voters Day. The Vote of thanks was given by Dy DEO Shazia Kousar.
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