Anganwadi workers engage in voter awareness programme under SVEEP at Bani

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KATHUA, Apr 9: In a concerted effort to promote voter awareness and engagement, Anganwadi workers in Bani have taken up the mantle of educating and mobilizing the community as part of the Systematic Voters’ Education and Electoral Participation (SVEEP) campaign.

This initiative aims to empower citizens with knowledge about their voting rights and responsibilities ahead of the upcoming elections.

The Anganwadi workers, who play a crucial role in grassroots community development, have recognized the importance of active participation in the electoral process. Through a series of awareness programs and interactive sessions, they are diligently spreading awareness about voter registration, polling procedures, and the significance of exercising one’s franchise.

ARO Bani Gias ul Haq highlighted the pivotal role of Anganwari workers in fostering a culture of democratic participation. “Anganwadi workers serve as trusted pillars within their communities, making them ideal ambassadors for voter awareness initiatives. By leveraging their influence and reach, we can effectively reach every household and ensure that no eligible voter is left uninformed”.

The SVEEP activities conducted by Anganwadi workers encompass a variety of engaging formats, including street plays, door-to-door campaigns, poster exhibitions, and interactive workshops. These initiatives are tailored to suit the diverse demographics and preferences of the local population, ensuring maximum outreach and impact.

Furthermore, the collaboration between Anganwadi workers and local authorities underscores the importance of synergistic efforts in promoting electoral literacy. Through strategic partnerships and collaborative endeavors, stakeholders aim to create an informed and empowered electorate that actively participates in the democratic process.

In addition to raising awareness about voting rights, the SVEEP activities also emphasize the importance of ethical and responsible voting practices. Anganwadi workers are actively encouraging citizens to uphold the principles of democracy by casting their votes judiciously and without any external influence.

As the election season approaches, stakeholders in Bani are embarking on the community’s commitment to democratic ideals besides. Through sustained engagement and outreach, they endeavor to foster a culture of active citizenship and civic responsibility, ensuring that every voice is heard and every vote counts.

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