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Campaign Urging Parents to Vote: 4 Lakh Students Participate

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22 Apr 24
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Campaign Urging Parents to Vote: 4 Lakh Students Participate

Bhilwara. Under the innovative initiative of District Election Officer Namit Mehta, within the sweep activities, thousands of students from all private and government schools in the district are writing "The Vote of Conviction" to encourage their parents to vote in the Lok Sabha General Elections 2024, making it a necessary appeal for voting on April 26.

District Election Officer Mehta explained that through "The Vote of Conviction", children are emotionally appealing to all voters in the district to vote. He mentioned that various staff members of government and non-governmental educational institutions in the district are writing letters based on the theme of "The Vote of Conviction", with the support of students, to encourage parents to vote from 7 am to 6 pm on April 26, 2024.

This campaign will continue until April 24 in the district. Students from all government and private schools in the district are actively playing their role in this electoral awareness campaign.

Under the "The Vote of Conviction" campaign, students in all schools in the entire district are writing handwritten letters to their parents urging them to vote. After returning home from school, students will hand over the letters to their parents, making a necessary appeal for voting.


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