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    Officials in Hyderabad prepare to boost voter turnout in Lok Sabha elections

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    To increase voter turnout in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, election authorities are implementing unique measures. Following low voter turnout in recent Assembly elections, voters will be encouraged to participate in early voting.

    The Hyderabad District Election Officer (DEO) has instructed officers to raise awareness about the importance of voting. They will conduct door-to-door visits to inform voters about their polling stations.

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    GHMC Commissioner and Hyderabad DEO Ronald Rose held a meeting with various groups including Slum Level Federation (SLF) and Town Level Federation (TLF) leaders. They discussed ways to increase voter participation in the parliamentary elections.

    During the meeting, Ronald Rose emphasized the importance of voting and ordered officers to launch a campaign to educate voters. Residential associations were asked to hold meetings to boost voter turnout, while Self-Help Groups (SHGs) were tasked with spreading awareness among eligible students and their families.

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    DEO informed that individuals who have not yet registered as voters can do so before April 15. Special efforts are being made to engage young first-time voters in poll duties.

    Nodal officer Aruna Kumari explained the facilities available for senior citizens and disabled voters during elections. Steps will be taken to ensure polling centers are accessible, and special arrangements will be made for elderly and PWD voters above 85 years of age.

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