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National Voters� Day observed in Nagaland

By The Assam Tribune
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KOHIMA, Jan 25 � Nagaland today joined the country in observing the National Voters� Day and pledging to uphold the democratic traditions of the country and the dignity of free, fair and peaceful elections.

The Day was observed in all the 12 districts of the State under the theme �Easy Registration, Easy Correction�.

Awareness was created on registering one person in one place only, thereby promoting surrender of duplicate registration as voter.

Addressing a gathering as the chief guest, State Chief Secretary CJ Ponraj called upon the electorates to have attitudinal change while exercising their franchise.

He said a vote gives a politician power to rule for five years and therefore it is very important that one should have the moral ethics and values while electing the leader.

�Adult franchise is a social contract between the rulers and the public,� he said.

Awards for best District Election Officer, Electoral Registration Officer, Assistant Election Officer, Assistant Electoral Registration Officer and Booth Level Officers were also handed over to government servants.

Newly enrolled electors were also presented with their electoral photo identity card. � PTI

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National Voters� Day observed in Nagaland

KOHIMA, Jan 25 � Nagaland today joined the country in observing the National Voters� Day and pledging to uphold the democratic traditions of the country and the dignity of free, fair and peaceful elections.

The Day was observed in all the 12 districts of the State under the theme �Easy Registration, Easy Correction�.

Awareness was created on registering one person in one place only, thereby promoting surrender of duplicate registration as voter.

Addressing a gathering as the chief guest, State Chief Secretary CJ Ponraj called upon the electorates to have attitudinal change while exercising their franchise.

He said a vote gives a politician power to rule for five years and therefore it is very important that one should have the moral ethics and values while electing the leader.

�Adult franchise is a social contract between the rulers and the public,� he said.

Awards for best District Election Officer, Electoral Registration Officer, Assistant Election Officer, Assistant Electoral Registration Officer and Booth Level Officers were also handed over to government servants.

Newly enrolled electors were also presented with their electoral photo identity card. � PTI