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7th National Voters’ Day observed in Namsai and Bordumsa

January 25, 2017 11:50PM

Laxman Sharma

7 th National Voters’ Day celebrated today throughout Namsai great enthusiasm.

Bordumsa I Namsai : In tune with the rest, the 7th National Voters’ Day (NVD) was observed here in Namsai and Bordumsa with an effective agenda drawn to realise the end covering the length and breadth of the jurisdiction with great enthusiasm.

 National voters Day was also observed in all the 92 polling stations under 46-Chowkham (ST), 47-Namsai (ST) and 48-Lekang (ST) Assembly constituencies.

The significant day was also observed in the Lekang, Piyong, Lathao, Chowkham and Wakro Administrative HQ. At Namsai HQ where the event was observed centrally around 250 newly enrolled voters from different Educational Institution and part of the constituency participated in the programme.  Large numbers of women participation was also reported.

While welcoming the gathering ERO Jayanti Pertin explained to the house the very aims and objectives of the significant day while R.K. Sharma, the District Election Officer, Namsai read out the 7th NVD Message of Dr. Nasim Zaidi, Chief Election Commissioner and administered NVD pledge.  In his key note address, Sharma urged the electorates to exercise their right to franchise and motivated the people to come forward and actively take part in the governance.

Students and local populace attending the 7th NVD at Bordumsa on Wednesday morning.

Meanwhile, Mika Nyori the ADC Bordumsa in the capacity of the  ERO Bordumsa told the Eastern Today that a brief programme was organised here at Gidding Secondary School this morning where pledge was administered among the house present beside distributing new Voter ID Card to the deserving and eligible one in his address Mr Nyori thanked and  encouraged the eligible people to get themselves enrolled in the voter's list which is a continuous process and exercise the privilege of being a conscious citizen of the largest democratic country like India. He also expressed his appreciation for the people for making the enrolment drive a success so far.

 According to Mr Nyori, ensuring right to franchisee to the eligible citizens and pushing for maximum participation of the electorates during the poll have been the sole objectives behind the enrolment drive which the administrative apparatus was focused on.  


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