Home Chhattisgarh Holi celebrated in a unique way in Collector bungalow: Collector and SSP celebrated Holi with officers and employees, administered oath for free and fair voting, then took selfie in selfie point.

Holi celebrated in a unique way in Collector bungalow: Collector and SSP celebrated Holi with officers and employees, administered oath for free and fair voting, then took selfie in selfie point.

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Holi celebrated in a unique way in Collector bungalow: Collector and SSP celebrated Holi with officers and employees, administered oath for free and fair voting, then took selfie in selfie point.

Rohit Kashyap, Mungeli. On the occasion of Holi, the great festival of mutual brotherhood and love, a Holi Milan ceremony was organized at the Collector's residence office under the SWEEP program. Collector and District Election Officer Rahul Dev and Senior Superintendent of Police Girijashankar Jaiswal participated in this program organized on the theme “With the colors of democracy”. He celebrated Holi by playing with colors and greetings with the officers and employees. On this occasion, the Collector also administered oath to the officers and employees for free and fair voting.

During the program “The color of democracy with voting”, Collector Rahul Dev said that voting of every person is important for building a strong and powerful democracy. Be it an officer, employee or common man, everyone must exercise their right to vote in elections. He appealed to the citizens of the district for 100 percent voting in the Lok Sabha elections.

Senior Superintendent of Police Girijashankar Jaiswal said that to ensure everyone's participation in the all-round development of the country, the Constitution has given us the right to vote in elections. Through this, we can select such public representatives, who truly work with dedication for the development and welfare of the country. He said that we all must exercise our right to vote in elections. Additional Collector Nishtha Pandey Tiwari said that we get the power of voting from our Constitution, it is the constitutional right of all Indian citizens. Everyone must vote. District Panchayat Chief Executive Officer Prabhakar Pandey said that to ensure 100 percent voting in the Lok Sabha elections, voters are being motivated to exercise their franchise through various activities under the SVEEP program in the district.

Collector and SSP took photo in selfie booth

During the function organized under the SVEEP programme, the Collector and the Senior Superintendent of Police also took photographs in the selfie booth. Also gave the message to the voters, “Go to vote, do your duty” and “My vote, my strength”. Let us tell you that elections for Bilaspur Lok Sabha are to be held on 07 May. Preparations for this have been started by the district administration. Officers and employees are being trained for free, fair and peaceful elections.

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