Unique 'festival' in Bhilwara, has a connection with elections…

To ensure 100 percent voting in the Asind area of Bhilwara district of Rajasthan, under the direction of district election Officer Namit Mehta, Assistant Returning Officer Asind Ummed Singh Rajawat has organized a campaign to increase the interest of new voters, young voters and voters who are apathetic towards voting. 5100 rakhis were tied with slogans like Bhaiya vote dena, sister vote dena, I will vote, etc.

Message to vote on 26th April

Ummed Singh Rajawat said that through this program we want to make common voters aware of 100 percent voting. He said that the election Department appeals for 100 percent voting through the innovation program under SVEEP. Under this, this sweep is celebrated as Raksha Bandhan festival. Appealing to all the voters, he said that on coming 26th April, go to the booth and vote along with your family, voting is your right.

A team of 40 girls prepared rakhis

Asind Tehsildar Bhanwarlal Sain said that today we celebrated the festival of Sweep rakshabandhan in Asind town. For this, Rakhis gave the message that voting was prepared. A team of 40 girls prepared under the leadership of Shambhulal Sain, Principal of government mahatma gandhi School, Asind, to tie Rakhis. Along with these girls, women employees of all the government offices of Asind town were present and tied Rakhi to the voters passing by at the main places of the city, Chunginaka, panchayat Samiti Square, Sadar Bazaar, near Bade Mandir, gandhi Chowk, and bus stand. Pledged to vote in April.

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