Administration aims for 80% Voting in Lok Sabha elections in Supaul

The administration in Supaul district has set a target of ensuring 80% voting in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. To achieve this goal, the district administration has updated the voter list completely, adding new voters and removing the names of deceased or shifted voters. Additionally, an operation called “Operation Dastak” has been initiated to bring registered voters to the polling booths.

Special efforts to encourage voting in Supaul

The District Magistrate of Supaul, Kaushal Kumar, revealed that the usual trend of voting in the district has been around 60-62%. However, this time, the target is set at 80% voting. Special attention will be given to approximately 20% of voters who do not reach the polling booths despite being healthy and residing in the voting area. Operation Dastak aims to create awareness among such individuals and motivate them to exercise their voting rights.

Door-to-Door Campaign to Encourage Voting

Various government officials, including Rojgar Sevaks, Swachhata Samanvayaks, PHED Pump Operators, Anganwadi Workers, Agricultural Advisors, and other personnel, have been deployed for a door-to-door campaign to encourage voting. Training is being provided to these workers, and arrangements for postal ballots are being made for elderly and sick voters. The primary objective of Operation Dastak is to educate people about the importance of using their voting rights, making the democracy stronger with increased voter participation.

सुपौल जिले में लोकसभा चुनाव में 80 फीसदी वोटिंग का लक्ष्य रखा गया है। इसे लेकर जिला प्रशासन ने मतदाता सूची को अपडेट किया है और ऑपरेशन दस्तक की शुरुआत की है। जिलाधिकारी ने बताया कि ऐसे वोटरों को जो वोटिंग एरिया में रहने के बावजूद बूथ तक नहीं पहुंचते हैं, उन्हें मताधिकार के बारे में जागरूक किया जाएगा। इसके अलावा, ग्रामीण स्तर पर रोजगार सेवक, स्वच्छता समन्वयक और अन्य कर्मियों को भी वोट डालने के लिए अपील करने के लिए तैनात किया गया है। यह उम्मीद की जा रही है कि ज्यादा मतदाता लोकतंत्र को मजबूत करेगा।

Serving "जहाँ Indian वहाँ India" Since 2014. I Started News Desk in Early Days of India Internet Revolution and 4G. I write About India for Indians.

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