Amritsar, December 21
As part of a series of activities related to voter education and electoral participation (SVEEP) to increase voter turnout in the forthcoming Assembly elections, students of various schools today made rangoli at the Sri Guru Ramdas International airport. As per the program outlined by District Education Officer (AS) Rajesh Kumar Sharma, the rangolis made gave out message of voter registration and exercising the right to vote.
The main objective of making this rangoli is to make the visitors coming to the International airport aware about the Assembly Election- 2022 . The electoral officials said young people should come forward to cast their votes and in this age of information technology for the convenience of voters a very useful National Voter Service Portal ( www.nvsp.in ) and Voter Helpline App has been launched by the Election Commission of India.
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