SRINAGAR, SEPTEMBER 21:- As part of the extensive Systematic Voter Education Electoral Participation (SVEEP) Campaign in District Srinagar, the District Election Office, Srinagar in collaboration with Amar Singh College Srinagar organised a mass awareness event in the College.
The programme was held on the directions of the District Election Officer(DEO), Srinagar, Mohammad Aijaz Asad to educate students for electoral registration.
During the programme awareness regarding voter turnout, electoral registration was given to the participants. While calling the students as the future of the nation, the speakers urged the students that the Indian constitution guarantees right to vote to all those having attained 18 years of age and asked them to cast their valuable vote in their respective polling stations whenever elections are conducted to elect the representative of their own choice. They also appealed to the participants to disseminate this message to all.
On the occasion, students were apprised about the importance of participation in the electoral process and the special focus was given on the first-time voters who became eligible by attaining the age of 18 years. The participants were also apprised about the process of filling the form to get enrolled in the voter list.
On the occasion, as many as 200 application forms were distributed among the eligible electors for their registration in the electoral rolls during the ongoing Special Summary Revision (SSR) of Electoral Rolls.
The students expressed their gratitude for reaching out to them with the forms & making them aware about the simplest online & offline procedures for registration in the Electoral Rolls.