Prepared rangolis with messages Vote for better India and My Vote My Strength
Election commission is taking every steps to spread awareness in people about using their voting rights for better future. From live demonstration to seminars, presentations and through many other mediums they are trying to involve people from every walk of life in the biggest celebration of festival of democracy.
Vadodara also witness such programmes on regular basis since the declarations of the election dates by the commission. On Saturday the special students of Mook Dhwani Trust run Kamlaben Mook Badhir school prepared rangolis to spread the message. They make around 11 rangolis of various styles giving the message for voting.
Some of the message read, Vote for better India and My Vote My Strength.
District collector and chief election officer Shalini Agarwal visited the students and appreciated their efforts to spread awareness towards a better India and bright future.
“The effort of the students are commendable as everyone has the right to use their voting rights. This time also the commission is working towards to involve and connect persons with disabilities through PWD (Persons with disability) application. The effort is to make election accessible to everyone. The efforts of the students gives a positive energy towards celebrating the festival of democracy,” said Agarwal.