Indore: Camps held to encourage maximum voting in city

Officials said that camps were set up at Rajwada, Chappan Dukaan, Palasia Square, Vijay Nagar Square, Bada Ganpati Square and at Mhow Naka. The main aim of these camps was to make citizens aware of how the EVMs work.

Staff ReporterUpdated: Sunday, July 03, 2022, 12:29 AM IST
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Indore

With the aim of motivating voters to come out and vote in the coporation elections, a camp was organised by the district election officials and Indore Municipal Corporation on Saturday at six places in the city.

Officials said that camps were set up at Rajwada, Chappan Dukaan, Palasia Square, Vijay Nagar Square, Bada Ganpati Square and at Mhow Naka. The main aim of these camps was to make citizens aware of how the EVMs work.

District election office and the IMC are campaigning through various mediums to motivate the voters to vote, said officials.

School students also informed about EVMs

A few school students visited the camp and asked the officials about the machine. The officials welcomed them and praised their curiosity to learn about voting. They told them the entire procedure of voting and informed them about other important things related to voting, election and EVM.

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