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Chandraprabha Baideus feted at Silchar

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SILCHAR, April 12 - The Election Commission of India had identified gender gap in electoral participation after the 2009 Lok Sabha elections in the country and since then there have been constant efforts to encourage women voters to take part in elections.

As part of the effort to generate awareness among female voters, the Cachar district administration accorded felicitation with kitbags to as many as 147 Chandraprabha Baideus who are working at the grassroots in the seven constituencies of the district to spread messages regarding the need to participate in the democratic exercise on April 18.

Deputy Commissioner Laya Madduri appreciated the efforts of these Baideus and said, �They must motivate the female voters in the rural areas to cast vote and also enlighten them about the rules of casting votes and redress grievances as well.�

It may be mentioned here that 147 Chandraprabha Baideus are working under the �Aideu Chora� initiative adopted by the CEC Assam across 15 blocks in 162 gaon panchayats of the district in tandem with 880 SHGs in reaching out to female voters.

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Chandraprabha Baideus feted at Silchar

SILCHAR, April 12 - The Election Commission of India had identified gender gap in electoral participation after the 2009 Lok Sabha elections in the country and since then there have been constant efforts to encourage women voters to take part in elections.

As part of the effort to generate awareness among female voters, the Cachar district administration accorded felicitation with kitbags to as many as 147 Chandraprabha Baideus who are working at the grassroots in the seven constituencies of the district to spread messages regarding the need to participate in the democratic exercise on April 18.

Deputy Commissioner Laya Madduri appreciated the efforts of these Baideus and said, �They must motivate the female voters in the rural areas to cast vote and also enlighten them about the rules of casting votes and redress grievances as well.�

It may be mentioned here that 147 Chandraprabha Baideus are working under the �Aideu Chora� initiative adopted by the CEC Assam across 15 blocks in 162 gaon panchayats of the district in tandem with 880 SHGs in reaching out to female voters.

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