Casting vote, a prior responsibility: Zubair Khan

By our correspondent

BADIN Aug 11: The mass awareness raising campaign of vote importance was succeeded to get the targets of registering the unregistered votes of the district. The campaign is being run throughout the district aiming to make voters aware of the value of their invaluable vote and its role in strengthening democracy in country.
This was stated by Abdul Zubair Khan, district Election Officer, district Badin of journalists gathering at Badin Press Club on Thursday.
Adding Mr. Zubair Khan maintained that if mass would not understand the importance of their vote till real change never be expected adding that recent efforts of Govt were being taken to motivate the voters to exercise their rights to vote for sake of democracy.
Mr. Abdul Zubair Khan expressed that registration of the vote and casting it, was the indispensable for the development of the country adding that casting vote is a prior responsibility of the citizens.
Mr. Muhammad Hassan Bucho, Senior Election Assistant expressed that without casting the vote properly and correctly, there was no hope for the betterment and right achievements. Moreover, he added that casting of vote right and correctly would change the destiny of the country.
On the occasion, members of the Vote Education Committee (VEC), representatives of civil society, and journalists of Badin including Tanveer Ahmed Arain, President, Badin press Club, Shoukat Memon, Abdul Majeed Mallah, Abdul Latif Zargar, Imran Khuwaja, Hamid Soomro, Anees-Rehman, Deedar Hussain Mallah and others while addressing said that people of Badin are facing difficulties to get their CNICs for vote and they termed this as a big hindrance to register the vote adding they maintained that majority of rural women and men are deprived of their CNICs due to complicated and difficult process.
They demanded for the arranging the mobile CNICs center for the rural women and men and Election Commission of Pakistan should play its role in facilitation of the rural population for issuing them CNICs.