Nukkad Natak held at Lal Chowk to promote Voter participation

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SRINAGAR, APR 13 (UNI):- A Nukkad Natak for the awareness of voters for the Parliamentary election played at historic Ganta Ghar in Lal Chowk Srinagar on Saturday. UNI PHOTO-32U

A spirited Nukkad Natak performance was held at the historic clock tower commonly known as ‘Ghanta Ghar’ in Srinagagr’s famed Lal Chowk on Saturday to promote voters’ participation in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

District Election Officer (DEO) Srinagar, Bilal Mohi-Ud-Din Bhat, who is also the Returning Officer (RO) for Srinagar Parliamentary Constituency joined the vibrant “voter awareness programme” organised by District Election Authority at the Ghanta Ghar under Systematic Voters’ Education and Electoral Participation (SVEEP).

On the occasion, a group of local artists presented theme-based Nukkad Natak on SVEEP. While a large number of school students, youth and citizens participated in the Electoral Awareness programme, an official spokesman said.

The DEO, Srinagar said that the programme aimed to enhance understanding of voting-related processes and promote electoral literacy, especially among first-time voters, preparing them for the upcoming Lok Sabha Elections 2024.

The DEO stressed that the initiative resonates with the commitment of the District Administration Srinagar to inspire the young voters towards the electoral process and strengthen the democratic setup to empower citizens.

The DEO urged students to carry forward the message to their family, relatives and community by underscoring the significance of their participation in nation-building through elections. He said that a well-informed electorate is fundamental to ensuring a vibrant and representative democracy.

He added that SVEEP’s primary goal is to build a truly participative democracy by encouraging all eligible citizens to vote.

During the Electoral Awareness programme signature campaign was also conducted in which all the participants actively participated.

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