District chief election commissioner and collector Shalini Agarwal appreciated the effort and appealed people to vote
Vadodara artists prepare 400 square feet 3D painting on popular Akota Dandia Bazaar bridge for voting awareness. In one of its kind effort in India the painting spread the message in people to vote for sure. District chief election commissioner and collector Shalini Agarwal also appreciated the effort and appealed the people to vote.
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 other mediums they are trying to involve people from every walk of life in the biggest celebration of festival of democracy.
A group of local artists prepare 3D painting on the Akota Dandia bazaar bridge to spread the message of voting. Kewal Kahar and his two friends prepare the painting of a finger with a ink encouraging the people to vote.
The painting caught the attention of the people passing from there and many of them stop there to click selfie with the 3D style art work. District collector and chief election officer Shalini Agarwal also reached the spot and appreciated the efforts of the artists. She appealed everyone to vote for a better democracy and reach the booth on the election day without fail.