Sewa Bharti Bhatinda: Voter awareness drive in slum areas of city

Tribune News Service
Bathinda, January 9
 
The aim of the drive was to make people aware about the importance of their voting rights so that on the day of the elections, people exercise their right to franchise because each voter plays a role in the building of the nation.
Sewa Bharati in association with The Bathinda Vikas Manch today organised a voter awareness drive in the slum dwelling areas with the cooperation of other organizations like the Ek Noor Welfare Society, Rahat Foundation, Suraksha Helper and the Joint Action Committee. Also involved were Organisations like the Sahara Jan Seva, Sewa Bharti and the Swami Vivekananda Study Circle also contributed to it. According to Rakesh Narula of the Bathinda Vikas Manch,
Speaking on the occasion, MM Behl said that votes must be cast without fear or favour because greed can spoil our future prospects.

In his speech, Radhey Shyam Bansal said hundred per cent voting is essential to take the nation forward on the path to progress.
Meanwhile, Bathinda Vikas Manch organised a langar at the Ajit road with the cooperation of the family of Suhagwanti Devi. This information was given by Sewaram Singla and Ramesh Kumar Singla.
On the occasion, clothes collected from the households were distributed amongst 200 people to save them from the biting cold. Among those who took part in organizing the programme were Neeraj Kumar, Krishna Kumar, Radhey Shyam Bansal, Prakash Garg and Deepali Singla.
The organizers thanked those who cooperated in organizing the langar.
Source: http://www.tribuneindia.com/2012/20120110/battrib.htm

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