Pink scooty borne women police gun for record polling

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Lucknow: Under the chairmanship of the District Election Officer and in the presence of Superintendent of Police Prachi Singh, a pink (scooty) rally was taken out by women from Lohia Kala Bhavan to increase the voting percentage of the district in the Lok Sabha General Election 2024.

The pink scooty rally was flagged off by the District Magistrate, Superintendent of Police and Chief Jointly flagged off by the Development Officer. The District Election Officer said that the voting percentage of women in the Lok Sabha General Election 2019 was higher than that of men. Most of the women are actively participating in every field. All of you should inspire people in your school and around your area to vote as much as possible on 25th May 2024. First call for voting and then for refreshments. Everyone must exercise their franchise.

Officer-in-charge, Polling Personnel/Chief Development Officer Jayendra Kumar said that a voter awareness rally has been organized under the SVEEP programme. Through this rally, the message of voting reached every village and every person. We have full confidence that on the voting day 25th May 2024, all the women/men and youth voters of the district will increase the voting percentage of the district by voting 100% and participating in this great festival of democracy.

Women from self-help groups, women constables/constables of the police department, Anganwadi workers and school teachers participated in this voter awareness rally.

On this occasion, Project Director Nagendra Mohan Ram Tripathi, DC MNREGA Ravi Shankar Pandey, NRLM Yogendra Lal Bharti, District School Inspector Somaru Pradhan, District Basic Education Officer Devendra Kumar Pandey etc. were present.

The Yogi government has accelerated efforts to set up 3,000 Pink Booths across the state of Uttar Pradesh and provide Pink Scooters to all 10417 women beats under the Safe City Project.

A proposal in this regard has been prepared and submitted to the government by the Women and Child Protection Organization and is likely to be implemented soon after the approval of the state government.

In the first phase of the project, it has been decided to construct Pink Booths at 20 religious places spread over nine cities of the state, while instructions have been given to provide electric two-wheeler scooters to 1100 women beat constables in 17 municipal corporations and Gautam Buddha Nagar.


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