New Delhi: The polling awareness program for the Assembly elections, which are going to be held in January 2020, has been started at seven railway stations in Delhi. The programme was launched on Monday.
Under this programme, the public address system at the railway stations of Delhi Division will be used for spreading voter awareness.
A statement released by the Delhi State Election Office said that an appeal will be made to the voters of the capital from seven railway stations of Delhi to participate in the voting process.
The announcements will be made in Hindi and it will ask the voters to register their names on the website or voter helpline App or submit form six at the polling registration centres.
Through these announcements, more and more citizens will be requested to participate in the voting process.
The announcements have been started at the New Delhi railway station and other railway stations. It will follow soon at other stations at Nizamuddin, Old Delhi, Anand Vihar, Shahdara, Delhi Cantonment and Adarsh Nagar.
The announcement reads as, “Travellers, please note, if you are a resident of Delhi and are turning 18 on or before January 1, 2020, you can register your name in the voter list.”
According to the office of the Chief Electoral Officer of Delhi, people can also register on the website and the online voter helpline. They can also fill Form 6 by going to the voter registration centre. For any assistance related to voting (election), people can also directly contact the Chief Electoral Officer of the state.