Kite Soars, Votes Roar: SVEEP cell catalyzes voter awareness with kite flying extravaganza in Kathua


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KATHUA, Apr 18: The SVEEP (Systematic Voters’ Education and Electoral Participation) cell of the Election Office Kathua took a proactive step today by organizing a Kite Flying event across multiple locations in the district. The aim of this initiative was to encourage voters to participate in the upcoming first phase of polling scheduled for April 19 for the Udhampur Parliamentary Constituency.

The event, meticulously planned and executed by the District SVEEP cell, focused on engaging with voters, particularly first-time young voters, to emphasize the significance of exercising their voting rights in a democracy.

Voters, especially the youth, displayed enthusiastic participation in the Kite Flying activity, symbolizing their eagerness to contribute to the electoral process. As part of the engagement, participants wore special Wristbands bearing messages promoting voter awareness. Additionally, informative pamphlets highlighting the importance of voting were distributed among the attendees, ensuring widespread dissemination of crucial information.

The event served as an effective platform to not only foster a sense of civic responsibility among voters but also to educate them about the electoral process and their role in shaping the future of the nation. The Election Office Kathua has been adopting innovative measures in promoting voter awareness and facilitating maximum participation in the democratic process.


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