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Lok Sabha Election 2019; Use of voter awareness from Maharongoli

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Polling will be held in Bhandara-Gondiya Lok Sabha for the Lok Sabha elections on April 11. In this, a hundred percent voters should exercise their right to vote, and district election department has organized various awareness programs to prevent any voter from being deprived of voting. Under this, on Monday 9 am, the Maharaja was organized in 1699 sq. Ft. Of Maharaja on the grounds of the local Indira Gandhi Sports Complex. This information was given to voter awareness and EVM, VVT Pat in Rangoli.

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Gondia: Polling will be held in Bhandara-Gondiya Lok Sabha for the Lok Sabha elections on April 11. In this, a hundred percent voters should exercise their right to vote, and district election department has organized various awareness programs to prevent any voter from being deprived of voting. Under this, on Monday 9 am, the Maharaja was organized in 1699 sq. Ft. Of Maharaja on the grounds of the local Indira Gandhi Sports Complex. This information was given to voter awareness and EVM, VVT Pat in Rangoli.

This initiative was implemented through the concept of District Collector, Dr. Kambamri Balkavade. Different colors of Rangoli artists used to make this rangoli. Map of Gondia district was created in Maharongoli, which included Indian Parliament, EVM, VVPat machine, Divyan Voters, Women and Farmer Voters. Rangoli was emphasized on encouraging maximum Divya voters. Dr. Raja Dayanidhi, District Collector and District Electoral Officer, Dr. Kambambri Balkavade and Chief Executive Officer of Zilla Parishad and Dr. Nadiadian, Sweep, also contributed to making the Rangoli. Education Officer Ulhas Narad, Group Education Officer LM Mohabbanshi, Group Coordinator Vinod Paloke, Center Head BD Dongre, DB Khobragade, Krishna Om Foone, Vijay Dhokane and Balkrishna Bisen cooperated. Satya Sai Sanghatana had provided the venue ambulance service at the venue. District Operation Disaster Management Officer Rajan Choubey has thanked the attendance and attendance of the program.

Art circle focuses attention

Subhash Meshram and his colleagues of Subhash Multipurpose Organization gave a message of voting awareness about the voting through Art Circle. In the form of Maharongoli, Kuldeepika Borkar, Prakash Bhairam, Arun Ramteke, Nagesh Bhalerao, Shivlal Tank, Rasikal Vagad, Rashmi Bisen, Avinash Gondole, Arun Nishine, Irfan Qureshi, Vikas Kohad, Balchand Raut, Aditya Agrawal, Yashodhara Sonawane, Snehlaxmi Saving, Aarti Satadeo, Jayashree Tarote, Nirmala Navare, Snehal Bramhankar, Shashikala Dongarwar, Usha Narule, Mayur Gogal, Yogita Yale, Akanksha Menon, Kavita Mesh Saddam, Kinjal Parmar, as well as the mavima contributed by cooperation.

Students created the human chain

Maharana Vali, a Guranak school, Mahavir Marwadi school, SS Girls College, SS Girls School, Munshigel Convent, Manohar Munshal High School, Manohar municipal Higher Secondary School, Rajasthan Kanya Vidyalaya, Gujarati National 2338 students of the school, Rabindranath Tagore High School, Saraswati Mahila Vidyalaya and the District Council, Katangi The voters gathered at the stadium giving a message of awareness through the rally from the school. Around the Maharongoli, students who made a series of human series were created.

They will not fall prey to temptation

I will choose the right candidate for the signature campaign in the Rangoli area, in the Rangoli area, I will not be indulged in temptation, voters will vote for 100 per cent voting in this manner. Also, the students wrote slogans in their minds. At this time different bubbles were released in the sky.

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