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SMC ELECTION: Table-chair outside Society-Apartment

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SMC ELECTION: Table-chair outside Society-Apartment

On Sunday, voters in Surat showed a lot of disinterest in the matter of choosing the city government in the local body elections. Although the people of the Society-Apartment did not leave any stone unturned to motivate the voters of the Society-Apartment in all the wards of the city on Sunday, but their efforts could not give meaningful results till six in the evening.

face. On Sunday, voters in Surat showed a lot of disinterest in the matter of choosing the city government in the local body elections. Although the people of the Society-Apartment did not leave any stone unturned to motivate the voters of the Society-Apartment in all the wards of the city on Sunday, but their efforts did not produce meaningful results till six in the evening.
Though the percentage of polling in the 2021 Manpa election on Sunday increased by almost three per cent from the 2015 Surat Municipal Corporation elections this year, 42.72 per cent polling for a healthy democracy is not a good amount. However, with the commencement of polling in 3 thousand 185 polling stations of all 30 wards of Surat Municipal Corporation on Sunday morning, the conscious citizens of the area outside the large societies and apartments of most wards became active with table-chair and voter list, but democracy His efforts to strengthen also could not show any special color.

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The Youth Campaign will vote on Sunday on behalf of Agrawakas Trust, Youth Branch and during this time the youth members of the branch reached various Society-Apartments in CityLite area and motivated voters to vote. During this time there were banners, posters, cutouts of voter awareness in the hands of more than thirty members of the branch. The members were enthusiastically dispatched from Maharaja Agrasen Bhawan at Citylight at 9 am by the trust chairman Subhash Aggarwal, vice-chairman Sanjay Saravagi.

Feeling proud of being a voter

Nisha Ramkishan Chaudhary, a girl who came to vote for the first time on Sunday evening at Ward 19 MP Leeliwala School in Parwat Patia area, said that for the first time, voting on Sunday felt like a voter. It was a pleasant experience to have four candidates voting together from EVMs.

– Voting required before marriage

In the Surat Municipal Corporation election on Sunday, young voters of Ward 3, brothers Dhaval and Nikita, along with their families reached the polling station in Poona-Seemada area and used the precious vote. During this, both told that in the marriage formula, both of them will be tied in the evening with their spouses, but voting is necessary before that.

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Source: www.patrika.com