Women voters made rangoli and gave the message of voting for strong democracy., Churu News in Hindi

Women voters made rangoli and gave the message of voting for strong democracy., Churu News in Hindi

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– Women voters participated in voter awareness activities under the Sartangri Week on the slogan ‘I will vote only when I vote’ and on the theme of orange color.

Churu. Under the direction of District Election Officer Siddharth Sihag, on Tuesday, women voters in all the assembly constituencies of the district participated in voter awareness activities by making rangoli with orange theme and slogan ‘I will vote, only then will I vote’, which is essential for a strong democracy. Gave message to vote.

SVEEP Nodal Officer CEO PR Meena said that on Tuesday, a women’s march was taken out by Child Development Department Anganwadi workers and Rajivika office at Ratangarh assembly constituency headquarters of the district. Under the leadership of Sweep Nodal in-charge BDO Pawan Sharma, Kanchan Sharma from Women and Child Development Department and BPM Shivani Bhatnagar from Rajivika, they gave the message of voter awareness by organizing a women’s march from Panchayat Samiti to Ashoka Pillar with the slogan ‘I will vote only when I vote’. Along with this, a rally was also organized by making rangoli under the colorful week in Gram Panchayat Gaurisar and Lunch of the assembly constituency.

He told that under the leadership of Churu Block Sweep In-charge Dr. Sharmila Challani, Anganwadi workers, Rajivika workers and women health workers made rangoli in the Nature Park located at the district headquarters and gave the message to vote from 07 am to 06 pm on the voting day, 25th November.

On this occasion, Rajivika DPM Durga Dhaka, ACMHO Dr Ehsan Gauri, CDPO Seema Gehlot appealed for 100 percent voting to strengthen democracy.

BCMO Dr. Jagdish Singh Bhati, Omprakash Prajapat, Bajrang Harshwal, Mukarab Khan, Mohammad Shahid, Dr. Sanjay Tanwar from the Medical Department, Jyoti, Sheetal Batra, Suman Chaudhary from the Women and Child Development Department, VP Singh, Pawan Kumar, Arvind from Rajivika participated in the program. Anganwadi workers including Sutalia, Deepak Dadarwal, Ayub Ali etc. were present in the program.

Shivkumar Sharma, Rakesh Saharan, media in-charge Devesh Sharma, Mukesh Kumar Meena, Mukesh Kharia, Dashrath Nain, Sushil Kumar Saini and Suryaprakash Sharma from Churu Assembly sweep team played the organizational role.

He told that in the same sequence, Rangoli program will be organized from Government Bhinvasaria Higher Secondary School at Sujangarh assembly constituency headquarters, through the main market of the city, in the wards of the city and rural areas of Sujangarh assembly, Kanuta, Magrasar, Jogalsar, Tehandesar, Lalgarh, Salasar, Shobhasar. Women were inspired to vote 100 percent by taking out Women’s March to strengthen democracy.

On this occasion, Jugal Kishore Jatolia, CDPO Gaurav Chaudhary, Co-in-charge Sweep Pramod Kumar Jangid, Assistant Development Officer Jeevan Ram Nehra, Principal Sheetal Mishra, Female Supervisor Chandraprabha Sharma, Saroj Swami, Block Coordinator Kishan Singh, Firoz, School Staff, Asha Sahyogini, Anganwadi workers and others were present.

Mehndi ceremony organized

Similarly, under the leadership of Sweep Nodal In-charge and Development Officer Narendra Singh Poonia, Rangoli and Mehndi Mandana were organized in the direction of voter awareness under the Satrangi Week in the Panchayat Samiti and Gram Panchayats of Sadulpur Assembly constituency of the district. During this, voters were given information about C-Vigil app and were made to download the app.

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