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    Hyderabad: Efforts are being made to increase voter participation in the upcoming Lok Sabha election due to the low voter turnout of around 45% in the last polls. IT employees and Residential Welfare Associations (RWAs) are taking initiatives to encourage people to vote.

    RWAs in Greater Hyderabad are conducting door-to-door awareness campaigns, putting up informative posters in residential areas, and organizing stage plays to stress the importance of voting. They are also asking voters to share their voting experience on social media with messages like ‘I am a proud voter’. IT employees have started a social media campaign to motivate people to vote.

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    Vinay Vangala, an IT employee, pointed out the low voter turnout in urban areas in the 2019 Lok Sabha election and emphasized the impact of each vote in electing a leader. They have launched a campaign to remind citizens to vote on May 13 and are planning activities to increase voter participation.

    Syed Khaled Shah Chishti Hussaini, General Secretary of Old Dairy Farm, mentioned that RWAs have formed an action committee with voluntary organizations to help residents check their names in the electoral rolls and assist with enrollment if needed. They are raising awareness through public announcements and religious places to ensure maximum voter turnout in the election.

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