Agartala January 19: Voting is a democratic right of all. Whenever an election process is held in the country, everyone is invited to join the festival of democracy, to participate in the political process by casting your valuable vote and electing public representatives. Youth is also encouraged to vote. National Voter’s Day is celebrated every year on January 25 with a special purpose. But this day has been chosen? Know the real reason
National Voter’s Day will be celebrated across the country on January 25. This day has a special significance. Election Commission of India was established on this day in 1950. This day was celebrated for the first time in 2011. It is undoubtedly a day to celebrate the right to vote and democracy. But there is also a special purpose behind observing this day. Encouraging young voters to participate in the electoral process
India is the largest democratic country in the world. Voting is a fundamental right of all irrespective of caste, colour, religion, gender. Therefore, the primary objective of the Election Commission is to encourage voters, especially new voters, to vote and participate in the political process. Every year there is a different theme for this special day. This year the theme of National Voter’s Day is ‘Nothing Like Voting, I Vote for Sure’. Which means highlighting the power of voting. Participating in the electoral process by voting. Giving importance to each person’s feelings and aspirations.
It is known that Bhusvarga is making special preparations for January 25. Aayushi Sudan, Deputy Commissioner of Kupwara district in Jammu and Kashmir held a meeting to review the arrangements being made to celebrate the day. The main function of National Voter’s Day will be celebrated at Kupwara Town Hall. There will be essay and drawing competition for high school and higher secondary level. There will also be cultural events. Besides this, booth level officers have been directed to organize special voter registration programs.