Disabled people took out a rally and made voters aware...

Along with political parties, the election commission is also preparing vigorously for the elections on the Bharatpur lok sabha seat. Voting will be held in the first phase in Bharatpur on april 19. Various types of programs are being organized by the election commission to increase the voting percentage in the lok sabha elections. In the same sequence, under the sweep, voters are being made aware by taking out vehicle rallies, human chains, sweep vote processions, street play, and Divyangjan tricycle rallies.

The election commission made this appeal

The election commission has appealed to the people to exercise their franchise by reaching polling stations in maximum numbers on april 19. The election commission is continuously running awareness campaigns regarding this. On the instructions of the State election commission, a special campaign is being run through the district election commission to achieve the target of approximately 75 percent voting in the lok sabha elections. Under this, a colorful week program is being organized to make voters aware.

Officials flagged off the rally

Earlier, a sweep vote procession was taken out as part of Satrangi week. After this, a tricycle rally for the disabled was organized through the major roads of the city. The rally was flagged off from the Collectorate by Manoj Sharma, Joint director of the Social Justice and Empowerment Department, and district Coordinator Sweep Omprakash Khuntela. Disabled people participated in the voter awareness rally with tricycles and scooters received from the Department of Social Justice and Empowerment. During this, he explained the importance of voting and appealed to the voters to vote. From the Collectorate Gate, it passed through Bijli Ghar Square, Mansingh Square, Multipurpose School, police Line, and Traffic Square, and returned to the Collectorate.

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