In a spirited celebration of the 14th state-level National Voter’s Day, Tripura Chief Secretary Jitendra Kumar Sinha recently urged citizens to fearlessly participate in the democratic process. The event, held at Agartala’s Rabindra Satabarshiki Bhawan, marked a significant milestone in encouraging the youth community to actively engage in the electoral process.
Chief Secretary JK Sinha, who inaugurated the event, addressed the gathering, emphasizing the importance of the day and shedding light on this year’s theme, ‘Nothing Like Voting, I Vote for Sure.’ Sinha passionately stressed the need to inspire the youth to exercise their right to vote, recognizing the pivotal role they play in shaping the future of the state.
“Today is a crucial day for every enfranchised citizen of our country and state,” stated Sinha. “The polling process in our state is consistently conducted in a peaceful and festive atmosphere, and I take pride in the high voter turnout among the people of Tripura.”
During the ceremony, Chief Secretary Sinha not only shared the significance of the day but also actively encouraged residents to vote fearlessly. His words echoed the spirit of fostering a robust democratic culture in the state.
As a symbolic gesture, Epic Cards were presented to 10 new voters during the event. This recognition highlighted their vital role in shaping the democratic landscape of Tripura. The gesture serves as a nod to the fresh voices joining the electoral process and underscores the importance of each citizen’s contribution to the democratic fabric of the state.
The theme, ‘Nothing Like Voting, I Vote for Sure,’ resonates deeply in inspiring a sense of responsibility among the youth. It aims to create a culture where voting is not just a duty but a conscious and proud choice. Chief Secretary Sinha’s call for fearlessly participating in the electoral process aligns with this theme, emphasizing the empowerment of individuals in exercising their democratic right.
National Voter’s Day in Tripura stands as a testament to the commitment of both the government and citizens towards fostering a vibrant democratic spirit. The ceremony not only celebrated the achievements of the past but also served as a rallying point for the future. It reinforced the idea that every vote counts and plays a pivotal role in shaping the destiny of the state.
Tripura’s celebration of National Voter’s Day underlines the significance of active participation in the democratic process. Chief Secretary JK Sinha’s impassioned address and the symbolic recognition of new voters set the tone for a future where democracy thrives through the active engagement of its citizens. As the state continues to uphold the democratic ethos, National Voter’s Day serves as a poignant reminder that the strength of a democracy lies in the hands of its people.