In continuation with Systematic Voters’ Education and Electoral Participation (SVEEP) programme, the District Election Officer (DEO) LehAvnyLavasa today visited various villages of Trans-Singhe-la area.
Addressing the public gatherings at Fanjila, Hunufatta and Fotoksar, AvnyLavasa strongly urged the eligible persons to vote on May 6, 2019 for LokSabha elections.
On the occasion, the Master Trainers conducted workshops and gave live demonstrations on the operating procedure of Electronic Voting Machines and Voter Verifiable Paper Audit Trail at these places followed by distribution of election badges to the voters.
Urging people to ensure their larger participation in LokSabha elections, Avny said that casting their ballot will not only help to strengthen the democratic system of the country, but also ensure overall improvement of public life.
The DEO also visited the newly opened polling station at Hipti. She took stock of the availability of Assured Minimum Facility such as road, drinking water, toilet, ramp and electricity and directed to the concerned officers to ensure the basic facility for convenience of the electorates.
Lavasa also visited Mangyu village where she urged the voters to exercise their voting franchise. She gave detailed information about the functioning of the newly introduced Voter verifiable paper audit trail (VVPAT) machine which ensures a voter to verify that the vote polled by a voter goes to the correct candidate.