Participated in traditional costumes, Visited Sanchi and Bhojpur also
Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, In order to ensure the role of all the voters in the biggest festival of democracy that is Lok Sabha elections and to make them aware about voting, the volunteers of National Service Scheme have organized a voter awareness rally.
It is worth mentioning that these volunteers are participating in National Integration Camps in 11 states. On the fourth day of the camp, participants inspired people of the capital city by processing the rally in traditional costumes from TT Nagar Stadium to the Samanvay Bhawan TT Nagar.
Conveyed message through slogans- Volunteers made the voters aware through different types of slogans like ‘Loktantra Ka Bhagya Vidhata’, ‘Hota Jagruk Matdata’ etc and through other motivational messages. The rally was inaugurated by Chief Executive Officer Satish Kumar, State NSS Officer Dr RK Vijay and Regional Director Dr. Ashok Shroti, and District Organizer Dr. RS Narwariya.
Youth visited Indra Gandhi Human Museum (IGRMS), the state museum and the Upper Lake (Lake View).
Youth have worshipped and also captured the memories of Lord Shiva in Bhojpur through selfies as the largest Shivling in the world. In the evening, they have visited Upper Lake the glory of Bhopal, from Lake View Road and Indra Gandhi National human museum and State Museum. While viewing the upper lake, the youth said that we cannot believe that this is a lake it looks like a sea.