Nagpur; Leading News Service: Mission Yuva-in campaign is being implemented to register at least 75 thousand new voters in Nagpur district under special brief verification programme. Collector Dr. reviewed this campaign today. Taken by Vipin Itankar. It is necessary to enroll more and more youth as voters and for this a voter enrollment camp will be organized soon at the college level.
Mission Yuva In was inaugurated on July 15 at the Divisional Sports Complex in Mankapur by Chief Electoral Officer Shrikant Deshpande. After that, the Collector reviewed the campaign. On this occasion, Upazila Election Officer Praveen Mahire, Deputy Collector Abhimanyu Bodhwad, District Health Officer Dr. All the Tehsildars of the city along with Ajay Dawle were present in person and all the Tehsildars, Sub-Divisional Officers of the rural areas of the district were present through television system.
Mission Yuva In this campaign and to get information about the procedure required for registration as a voter on Thursday. On July 20, the workshop of the principal of the college, class wise teachers and youth ambassadors Dr. It will be held in Vasantrao Deshpande Hall. It will provide information about how to register voters, necessary documents, role of the college in this campaign. During the review meeting, the District Collector also directed that voter registration camps should be organized in colleges in the city and rural areas soon.
Mission Yuva Inn has been an innovative experiment by Nagpur district in Maharashtra. It is decided to achieve this objective within the time frame. The aim is to register at least 75 thousand voters in the district in the next three months.
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