The ‘One Million New Votes’ campaign is an initiative to make elections a truly democratic process by giving every Bengalurean a voice. The first step in this process is to enroll as a VOTER. B.PAC is continuing the efforts to sensitize those who have not yet registered to vote to become a registered voter in Bengaluru City.
The voting percentage of Bengaluru City during 2008 and 2013 elections for Legislative Assembly of Karnataka was 47.22% and 58.27% respectively. OMNV campaign is intended to increase citizen participation by registering as a voter and franchising their vote during the upcoming state general elections in 2018.
ELCIA conducted a voters registration drive in association with BPAC and promoted the campaign: One Million Votes Campaign (OMNV). Representatives from various organizations participated in driving this activity in their respective organizations.
This drive was held on 22nd November 2017 from 10 AM to 12 Noon at ELCIA Board Room.
The agenda was as follows:
10:00 AM – Welcome & context-setting
10:05 AM – Address by Chief Guest – Role of citizens in a participatory democracy – Mr. K. Jairaj, IAS (Retd), Secretary, B.PAC
10:20 AM – Address by N S Rama, CEO, ELCITA – Community engagement to transform the civic administration
10:30 AM – Address by Mr. Natesh, KAS, Asst Commissioner (Elections), BBMP
10:40 AM – Introduction to OMNV and steps for voter registration
11:30 AM – Open for Q&A
11:45 AM – End
The Campaign message is loud and clear – DEMOCRACY is built on YOUR VOTE. The first step to strengthen democracy is enrolling as a VOTER.
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