Jaipur organizes ‘Let’s Vote Jaipur’ Marathon to spread awareness about voting

Rajasthan Assembly Polls
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Election fever is high in state of Rajasthan. To spread awareness about the power of voting, Jaipur district administration organized ‘Let’s Vote Jaipur’ Marathon in the city on 28th October. This marathon was held on JLN Marg. In this marathon, large number of youth, women, elderly and especially abled people took part. Know more.

It is a wonderful initiative by the district administration. This event was like an eye-opener to the society to increase participation in the festival of democracy in the upcoming Assembly elections. During the marathon, the participants were seen raising slogans of ‘Let’s Vote Jaipur’ and ‘Vote Dalba Chalo Jaipur’. The future of the nation i.e. school students also participated in the marathon. These students had worn white t-shirts with the logo ‘Let’s Vote Jaipur’.

Let’s Vote Jaipur’ Marathon
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To support the marathon, many dignitaries came to flag off. This includes Rajasthan chief electoral officer Anand Kumar, additional chief electoral officer Jogaram, district collector Siddharth Mahajan, Rajasthan Civil Services Appellate Tribunal chairman OP Saini, commissioner of industry Samit Sharma and Jaipur Superintendent of Police (Rural) Ajaypal Lamba.

Rajasthan chief electoral officer Anand Kumar address people
Anand Kumar appreciated the efforts of Jaipur district administration officers. He thanked people for coming and participating in the run. He not only urged people to vote but also discussed the importance of voting. He added that these kinds of events help in strengthening the democracy.

He also shared important information about voting. People whose names are missing from the electoral rolls can add their name to the voter list by November 9. In fact, new voters can also get their names added to the list till November 9.

Let’s Vote Jaipur’ Marathon
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