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Use of Social Media to boost voting in Vidhan Sabha election: Chief Electoral Officer

Thursday - October 11, 2018 1:48 am , Category : MADHYA PRADESH
Bhopal: The Chief Electoral Officer V.L. Kanta Rao has informed that the Election Commission is publicising election related activities on the social media for young voters. There are over 2 crore 82 lakh young voters between the age of 18 and 39 years in the state. These youngsters are more active on the social media.

Rao further informed that facebook, whatsApp, twitter and you-tube accounts have been made in order to utilize the activeness of youngsters on social media. Moreover, SWEEP activities of M.P. Assembly Election are also being publicized on social media. He said that election related activities and information has been made available on the website 
www.ceomadhyapradesh.nic.in . Live telecast will be made on facebook to encourage youngsters to cast their votes. Moreover, in order to spread awareness especially among the new voters video jingles will also be publicized.

At the district level, in order to enhance voting among the youngsters, video messages will be released from colleges, malls and other public places to spread awareness. Competitions like message writing, song, poems, and rangoli will be organized for intellectuals, doctors, engineers, handicapped persons and women to cast vote. Video messages are being released to increase voting percentage of housewives and working women. The gender ratio of the voter list has grown to 917 this time in comparison to the last assembly election. There are 2 crore 40 lakh 76 thousand women in the state-Window To News
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