Jharkhand: Officers reached Mudma fair for voter awareness, many including religious leader Bandhan Tigga installed this app.

Ranchi: On the instructions of Chief Electoral Officer of Jharkhand K Ravi Kumar, the officials posted at the headquarters are continuously touring various districts. He is not only monitoring the work related to special summary revision of voter list going on in the districts but is also conducting voter awareness programs. In this sequence on Sunday Ranchi Inspection of special camps was done jointly by Nodal Officer of Voter List Geeta Choubey and Deputy Election Officer Headquarters Sanjay Kumar by visiting 10 polling stations under Mandar Assembly Constituency. Along with this, instructions were given to the concerned AERO, Supervisor and BLO. Voter list nodal officer Geeta Choubey appealed to the young men and women present at the Mudma fair to make people around them aware so that no eligible voter is left out from registration anywhere. On this occasion, more than 100 people including Sarna religious leader Bandhan Tigga installed the Voter Helpline App.

Officials reached Mudma fair

After inspecting the special camps set up at the booths of Mandar assembly constituency, the officials of the Chief Electoral Office reached the Mudma fair and conducted a voter awareness campaign with the help of local officials. After reaching the fair, Deputy Electoral Officer Headquarters Sanjay Kumar, in the presence of the chief coordinator of the fair, Sarna Dharmaguru Bandhan Tigga, Circle Officer Vijay Hemraj and dignitaries, informed the gathering in detail about the Special Brief Revision 2024 of the Voter List 2024.

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More than 100 people installed Voter Helpline App

People were told that all the services related to voter registration like adding name, correction, changing photo, shifting etc. can be applied from home with the help of Voter Helpline App. Therefore, everyone was appealed to install the above app from Google Play Store. On his appeal, more than 100 youth installed the Voter Helpline App from Play Store on the spot.

Voter list nodal officer Geeta Choubey made this appeal

Voter list nodal officer Geeta Choubey appealed to the young men and women present at the Mudma fair to make people around them aware so that no eligible voter is left out from registration anywhere. Employees like Abdul Mannan, Lampa Bhengra, Rajni Ekka, Lalita Minj, Tershiya Khalko etc. were also present on the occasion.

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