Elections across the country have faded. Candidates are trying their best to vote, and the government machinery is trying to bring awareness to the maximum number of people voting. Among all this, a woman in Mundra is also trying to get the voting awareness.
This girl named Preeti Dholakia has been making efforts to get voters to vote for the last four-and-a-half months.In a small town like Mundra in Kutch, Preeti has been shown twice in the World Record of India for the purpose of voting awareness.
Priti Dholakia is currently running these campaigns under the leadership of Shree Karan Education and Charitable Trust. So this work started in the year 2014. However, the momentum started from 1 January 2019. He has held meetings in 9 cities and 19 villages for voting awareness. Apart from this, 12 schools, 4 universities and 11 college students have called for voting. Her team has also created 115 road shows, street play, video jingle, audio jingle, in the campaign of voting awareness.
We have just heard the talk of voting, but no one has heard the book written on them.
But recently, Priti Dholakia has also got a place in the World Record of Book by writing a book called ‘Raise Who Rise Voice’.Apart from this, last month, Priti organised a rally for students, teachers and urban people in Rajkot, in which 650 people recorded 5 kilometer long Voting awareness rally.
Speaking to Priti Dholakia, she says, “It is very important that more people vote in the democracy. For this, it is necessary to explain how important people vote is. I have just written a book for this and my team is constantly working to bring voting awareness among the people. We are standing on the road with a banner written on the road that we have voted in the Democratic Republic of the world, voting as a nation building …
. As part of our effort to give more and more voting, especially in the youth, we do seminars of Education Awareness at school and college. Even in the coming days, this activity will continue and my intention is to vote everybody. ‘