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More than one lakh new voters in State

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By Our Reporter

SHILLONG: In a recent drive, the Election Commission of India has enrolled more than one lakh new voters in the State.

Informing this here on Monday, the Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Meghalaya, P Naik said, “The figures are reasonably fine.” The summary revision of electoral rolls, which had started on October 1, ended on October 31.

It may be mentioned that the Office of the Chief Electoral Officer (CEO), Meghalaya had launched Systematic Voters Enrollment and Electoral Participation (SVEEP) campaign in accordance with the instructions of the Election Commission of India (ECI) to sensitize the youths of the state to enroll themselves with the entire process.

The CEO had even used paragliding to create awareness among the people to enroll themselves besides walls were also painted in the city to urge people to enroll themselves.

“Even now those who have not enrolled can go to the offices of Deputy Commissioner or the SDO office to enroll themselves,” Naik added. It is expected that the final electoral roll will be published in January, 2013.

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