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When is National Voters Day celebrated?
|Date||‘National Voters’ Day’ is celebrated every year on 25 January in India.|
|first time||On January 25, 2011, the then President Smt. Pratibha Devi Singh Patil inaugurated ‘National Voter’s Day’.|
|Description||The objective of National Voters’ Day is to ensure participation of more and more people in voting, as well as to make voters aware about voting to choose a representative of a good clean image.|
National Voters Day
When is National Voters’ Day celebrated?
National Voters’ Day is celebrated every year on 25 January in India. This day is organized to encourage voters to participate in the electoral process and to increase awareness among voters for the same. This day reminds all Indians of their duty towards their nation and also tells that it is necessary for every person to vote.
Why is National Voters Day celebrated?
In view of the decreasing trend towards voting in the world’s largest democracy like India, National Voter’s Day started being celebrated.
The objective of the Election Commission behind celebrating this was that every year all the eligible voters who have attained the age of 18 years on 1 January will be identified in all the polling station areas across the country.
In this regard, names of new voters aged 18 years and above will be registered in the voter list and they will be given election photo identity cards.
The work of distributing identity cards will be done by social, educational and non-political people. On this occasion, voters will also be given a badge, which will have the logo printed with the slogan, Proud to be a Voter, Ready to Vote.
The objective of National Voters’ Day is to ensure participation of more and more people in voting, as well as to make voters aware about voting to choose a representative of a good clean image.
Who can vote?
According to the Constitution of India, he must be a citizen of India, who is 18 years of age or older. These people are given the right to vote without any discrimination or under the Citizenship Act.
Non-resident Indians (NRIs) holding Indian passports also have the right to vote. At the age of 18 he can vote in all types of democratic elections. Along with the voters, the Election Commission of India also has an important contribution in making our democracy so strong in the world.
Regarding Voter Helpline App, Election Commission provided great facility
With this facility, you can correct your address online and apply online form for a new voter card. With this you can know the results of the elections. You can check the details of another person. Can complain online. It also tells you your nearest booth to vote.
To download this application in Android smartphone, go to Google Play Store and search “Voter Helpline App”. However, many fake applications like this exist. To identify the correct application, below is the original prepared by the Election Commission of India. Voter Helpline The picture of the app and the link to download is given.
Under the electronic version of Voter ID i.e. electronic digital photo identity card facility, no person will be required to keep a hard copy of the Voter ID card. Under this facility started by the government, any voter can download the soft copy of his voter card on his mobile phone or computer.
This facility has been started by the Law Minister on the occasion of 25th January i.e. ‘National Voter’s Day’. Under the electronic version of Voter ID card launched by Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, citizens of India will now be able to download digital Voter ID card like Aadhaar card.
According to the information given by the Commission, this facility (e-EPIC) has been introduced because it takes time to print the physical card and reach the voters. In such a situation, with the help of this new beginning, it should be delivered quickly and easily. Currently Aadhar Card, PAN Card and Driving License are available in digital form.
What is the history of National Voters’ Day?
On January 25, 2011, on the 61st establishment year of the Election Commission established since 1950, the then President Smt. Pratibha Devi Singh Patil had inaugurated ‘National Voter’s Day’.
The two main themes of this event were ‘Inclusive and Qualitative Participation’ and ‘No Voter to be left behind’.
Former President APJ Abdul Kalam presided over the second National Voters’ Ceremony at Vigyan Bhawan in the year 2012 and presented pictorial voter ID cards to 20 new and registered voters of Delhi.
These voters were drawn from different sections of the society and were also given a badge that read “Proud to Vote – Ready to Vote”. On this occasion, the oath of ‘National Voter’s Day’ was also administered to all the people present.
Dr Kalam honored District Election Officers, Superintendents of Police with National Awards for adopting the best electoral process and officers other than DEOs/SPs for doing exceptional work in adopting the electoral process.
When is National Voters’ Day celebrated?
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What is National Voters’ Day?
National Voters’ Day is celebrated every year on 25 January in India. This day is celebrated to increase participation of more and more people in voting and to make them understand the importance of voting.