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National Voter Day will be organised on January 25

Friday, 03 January 2014 | PNS | Haldwani | in Dehradun
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 In a bid to make the voters aware about the importance of voting in democracy, National Voter Day will be organised on January 25, 2014.
 
Following the direction of the Election Commission of India, the National Voter Day will be organised on January 25, 2014, said the officials concerned of the Nainital district election office.The officials concerned of the Nainital  district election office  further informed that  special campaign will be launched to make the new voters aware about the importance of the voting in the democracy. As the officials concerned informed a meeting would also be held on January 8 to formulate a strategy to organise the National Voter Day on January 25 as well as how to reach out to  the new voters across every assembly constituency of the district. Ahead of the panchayat polls and general elections later this year, such voter awareness exercise may come in handy for officials concerned to educate the voters about their role in electoral politics.  
 
 
 

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