National PG College boosts voter morale

National PG College

Lucknow: Principal of National PG College, Lucknow, in compliance with the aspirations and instructions of the Vice Chancellor of Lucknow University, Professor Alok Kumar Rai, to increase the voter percentage with the aim of strengthening the Indian Parliamentary system during the election festival to build a strong democracy.

National PG College, Principal, Professor Devendra Kumar Singh has adopted Sikandar Nagar and Bapu Nagar under Hazratganj Ram Tirath Ward No. 34, in which publicity related to voting awareness is continuing. Under this meaningful initiative an awareness campaign was conducted under the joint aegis of SVEEP 2024, Voter Awareness Club and National Service Scheme, in which Principal Professor Devendra Kumar Singh, while addressing the new young voters, said that if you are 18 years of age.

If you are above age then please vote. Instead of considering this day as a holiday, understand your rights and perform your duties. Go vote yourself and inspire others too.

National Service Scheme Program Officer Dr. Archana Singh administered the voter awareness oath. SVEEP Nodal Officer Dr. Surendra Mani Tripathi said that vote in the national interest without considering caste and religion.

As Uttar Pradesh inches closer to the fifth phase of polling on May 20, the prestige of several high-profile candidates will be at stake.

In the fifth phase, voting will be held on 14 Lok Sabha seats including Mohanlalganj, Lucknow, Raebareli, Amethi, Jalaun, Jhansi, Hamirpur, Banda, Fatehpur, Kaushambhi, Barabanki, Faizabad, Kaiserganj and Gonda.

In 2019, the BJP won 13 of the 14 seats in this phase while the Congress won the Raebareli seat.

Union defence minister Rajnath Singh is seeking a third term from Lucknow. Backed by a strong party organisation, Rajnath Singh is on a safe wicket and the candidates pitted against him — Ravidas Mehrotra of SP and Sarwar Malik of BSP — are comparatively ‘weak’.

With inputs from IANS


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