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HAILAKANDI, March 27 - The SVEEP Cell, Hailakandi has taken a slew of initiatives to create awareness among the voters.

District Election Officer (DEO), Keerthi Jalli recently reached out to different segments of the society, particularly women and youths so that they come out and cast their votes in election slated for April 18. Besides reinforcing the importance of voting with the motto �no voter to be left behind�, the DEO asked the voters to focus on �ethical voting.�

Jalli asked the representatives of the political parties to make the elections free and fair by following the guidelines of Election Commission in letter and spirit to help in formation of a good government.

The administration is assiduously trying to drive home the message loud and clear through SVEEP activities that read: �Every vote counts. Voting is fundamental right of every citizen. All electorates must come out and cast their votes and be a proud contributor towards strengthening the edifice of democracy by creating a powerful and responsible government.�

On Monday, taking the motto of �no voter to be left behind� forward, DEO Jalli along with SVEEP team reached out to the tea garden labourers of Hailakandi in general and Narsingpore tea garden in particular.

Jhapis were distributed to the garden workers with �Hailakandir Ganotrontrer Mahaparbon� logo of SVEEP Cell, Hailakandi pasted on them.

�Bonhomie and camaraderie prevailed with the mahotsav spirit carried forward by tea garden labourers through colourful dances and traditional games,� said Officer In-charge SVEEP Cell, Tridip Roy.

Jalli gave a clarion call to all to vote in the upcoming parliamentary elections. An awareness drive on use of EVM and VVPAT was also undertaken.

The �SVEEP� campaign aims at fulfilling the objective of informing and appealing to voters to come out in large numbers on election day to ensure 100 per cent polling.

�The awareness campaign encourages the voters to cast their votes to form a good government,� said a senior official privy to the development.

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SVEEP Cell creates awareness among voters

HAILAKANDI, March 27 - The SVEEP Cell, Hailakandi has taken a slew of initiatives to create awareness among the voters.

District Election Officer (DEO), Keerthi Jalli recently reached out to different segments of the society, particularly women and youths so that they come out and cast their votes in election slated for April 18. Besides reinforcing the importance of voting with the motto �no voter to be left behind�, the DEO asked the voters to focus on �ethical voting.�

Jalli asked the representatives of the political parties to make the elections free and fair by following the guidelines of Election Commission in letter and spirit to help in formation of a good government.

The administration is assiduously trying to drive home the message loud and clear through SVEEP activities that read: �Every vote counts. Voting is fundamental right of every citizen. All electorates must come out and cast their votes and be a proud contributor towards strengthening the edifice of democracy by creating a powerful and responsible government.�

On Monday, taking the motto of �no voter to be left behind� forward, DEO Jalli along with SVEEP team reached out to the tea garden labourers of Hailakandi in general and Narsingpore tea garden in particular.

Jhapis were distributed to the garden workers with �Hailakandir Ganotrontrer Mahaparbon� logo of SVEEP Cell, Hailakandi pasted on them.

�Bonhomie and camaraderie prevailed with the mahotsav spirit carried forward by tea garden labourers through colourful dances and traditional games,� said Officer In-charge SVEEP Cell, Tridip Roy.

Jalli gave a clarion call to all to vote in the upcoming parliamentary elections. An awareness drive on use of EVM and VVPAT was also undertaken.

The �SVEEP� campaign aims at fulfilling the objective of informing and appealing to voters to come out in large numbers on election day to ensure 100 per cent polling.

�The awareness campaign encourages the voters to cast their votes to form a good government,� said a senior official privy to the development.