Jalgaon District Collector Pens Letter Inviting People To Vote

Jalgaon District Collector Pens Letter Inviting People To Vote

The letter has reached 2.20 lakh households in Jalgaon district and 1.30 lakh houses in Jalgaon city

Vijay PathakUpdated: Saturday, May 04, 2024, 04:57 PM IST
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Jalgaon District Collector Pens Letter Inviting People To Vote |

In bygone days, the arrival of a letter was a household event, captivating everyone's interest in its content. However, as time progressed, letters ceased to grace our homes. Yet, in a refreshing turn of events, Jalgaon District Collector and District Election Officer Ayush Prasad has penned a letter to the citizens, extending a heartfelt invitation to participate in the upcoming Lok Sabha election on May 13. This gesture has garnered widespread appreciation across the district.

In a bid to bolster voter turnout, Prasad's emotional appeal has reached 2.20 lakh households in Jalgaon district and 1.30 lakh houses in Jalgaon city. Not confined to physical mail, the letter has been disseminated digitally to property owners via mobile phones and email, ensuring widespread access.

The declining voter turnout has prompted proactive measures in Jalgaon district to encourage civic participation. Public awareness campaigns are underway, alongside efforts to ensure seamless voting experiences at polling stations. Special provisions have been made to accommodate vulnerable groups, including senior citizens, pregnant women, and persons with disabilities, ensuring inclusivity and accessibility.

Prasad's direct communication with voters in a simple, relatable language has resonated deeply, fostering a sense of civic duty among citizens. The letter is being embraced warmly, with communal readings in village gatherings and women's self-help groups. The administration's outreach efforts have bridged the urban-rural divide, eliciting widespread satisfaction among the populace.

In an age dominated by digital communication, Prasad's letter serves as a poignant reminder of the enduring value of traditional outreach methods. By sharing his WhatsApp number and encouraging public readings, Prasad has further enriched the dialogue, fostering community engagement. The response has been overwhelming, with thousands sharing videos and messages, underscoring the significance of this grassroots initiative.

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