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SVEEP Cell organises voter awareness meeting

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HT Bureau

GUWAHATI, April 4: A voter awareness meeting was held at the auditorium of Shalchapra Development Block as part of the voter awareness campaign organised by Systematic Voter’s Education & Electoral Participation (SVEEP) Cell of Cachar District Administration on Wednesday. Deputy director of Nehru Yuva Kendra Silchar, Mehbub Alam Lashkar, took part as a trainer in the meeting. Shalchapara block development officer Yusuf Ahmed, GP secretary Bikash Roy, Mousumi Ghosh, Bhargav Jyoti Das, and self-help groups and Anganwadi workers also participated in the awareness meeting. It is pertinent to mention here that SVEEP Cell of district administration is actively organising awareness meetings to increase the voting rate.

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Speaking on the occasion, deputy director Mehbub Alam Lashkar appealed to people to take part in the voting process and said that it’s one’s fundamental right. Through the exercise of this fundamental right, a strong and powerful democracy is established which plays an important role in the governance of the country. He urged everyone to participate in this great festival of democracy and exercise their fundamental rights. It is to be noted that an intensive campaign is continuing through the SVEEP cell of the district administration, and such awareness meetings will be organised in 15 development blocks of Cachar district in phases.

While addressing the meeting, the Shalchapara development block officer, Yusuf Ahmed, also urged the members of the self-help groups to continue the campaign through such awareness campaigns in the villages under their respective polling centers.

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