National Voters’ Day 2021: Why We Left Our Real Home?
The Election Commission of India is commemorating 11th National Voters’ Day today. New voters are felicitated and handed over their Elector Photo Identity Card (EPIC) in the National Voters’ Day procedures. The day has been observed on January 25 every year since 2011 all across the nation to celebrate the foundation day of the Election Commission of India on January 25, 1950. The main objective of the National Voters’ Day celebration is to facilitate, encourage, and maximize enrolment, especially for the young and new voters.
National Voters’ Day 2021: Highlights
- 11th National Voters’ Day is being organized today in New Delhi, India.
- The National Voters’ Day is commemorated on January 25 every year since 2011
- President of India Ram Nath Kovind and Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad is Chief Guest and Guest of honor for the day
- This year’s NVD theme is ‘Making Our Voters Empowered, Safe, Vigilant and Informed’
- President Ram Nath Kovind will launch the first-ever Election Commission of India’s Web Radio:‘Hello Voters.’
- Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad will initiate and launch the EPIC program
President Ram Nath Kovind Will Be the Chief Guest for the Day
The Election Commission of India has invited the President of India Ram Nath Kovind to be the Chief Guest. He will participate in the event virtually from Rashtrapati Bhawan. According to an official release the function will be held at the Ashok Hotel in New Delhi. Union Minister for Communications and Electronics, Information technology, and Law & Justice Ravi Shankar Prasad will participate in the program as the Guest of Honour.
National Voters’ Day 2021 Theme
This year’s National Voters’ Day’s theme is ‘Making Our Voters Empowered, Safe, Vigilant and Informed’, which envisages participative and active voters during elections. It also concentrates on the ECI’s dedication towards administering elections safely during the COVID-19 epidemic.
During the program, the Honourable President of India Ram Nath Kovind will bestow the National Awards for the year 2020-21 and launch ECI’s Web Radio:’Hello Voters’.
National Awards will be bestowed to significant stakeholders like national icons, media groups, and CSOs for their helpful and valuable contribution to the voters’ awareness. National Awards will be bestowed on District and State level to the official people for the Best Electoral Practices for their extraordinary execution in the conduction of elections in various domains such as Election Management during COVID-19, Security Management, IT Initiatives, Accessible Election, and contribution in the field of voter awareness and outreach.
Significance of National Voters’ Day
The National Voters’ Day is commemorated on January 25 every year since 2011, all across the nation to mark the foundation day of the Election Commission of India, i.e. January 25, 1950. The main objective of the National Voters’ Day celebration is to facilitate, encourage, and maximize enrolment, especially for the young and new voters.
Devoted to the voters of the nation, the day is utilized to dissipate awareness among voters and for facilitating informed participation in the electoral process. New voters are felicitated and handed over their Elector Photo Identity Card (EPIC) in the National Voters’ Day procedures.
What Is New This Year?
The President will launch the first-ever Election Commission of India’s Web Radio:‘Hello Voters.’ This digital radio service will stream voter awareness programs. It will be available via a link on the Election Commission of India’s website. The programming style of Radio Hello Voters has been envisaged to match that of prominent FM radio services. It will deliver information and instruction on electoral processes through drama, songs, discussions, sports, and stories of elections in English, Hindi, and other regional languages from all over the nation.
Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad will initiate and launch the EPIC program. He will distribute Elector Photo Identity Cards and e-EPICs to 5 new voters. e-EPIC, a digital version of the Elector Photo Identity Card will be available on the websites www.nvsp.in and
www.voterportal.eci.gov.in. It will also be accessible through the voter’s online app. Ravi Shankar Prasad will also publish three publications of the Election Commission during the function. Copies of these documents will be submitted to the President.
The First-ever Voting in the History of the Universe
Voting is choosing a leader who can lead you. We must choose somebody who can keep us happy and safe. The first-ever voting ever since the creation of souls took place at our eternal home Satlok. All of the souls who are living on earth currently, voted the wrong person. We all selected Kaal Brahm (Satan) over our Real Father (Supreme Lord Kabir Sahib Ji).
We left our home where there was no suffering, no old age, no death, and no sorrows what so ever. We left our Creator God and came here with Kaal Brahm. As a result, we all are suffering in hell and in the lives of 8.4 million creatures. We are forced to do thieving, fraud, intoxication, carnivore, bribery, etc by the pressure of Kaal Brahm.
We are far from home and our Father (Almighty) is searching for us. Right now, he has come to the earth in the form of Saint Rampal Ji Maharaj to bring us all back to our eternal abode Satlok.
Almighty God Kabir Says to His beloved soul Garibdas Ji,
“Gota maroon swarg mein, Ja pethu pataal |
Garibdas dhundhta phiroon, Apne hirein moti laal ||”
All the humans in the world must identify their Creator Almighty God Kabir, who has come to Haryana, India in the body of Saint Rampal Ji Maharaj. One must Take Naam Diksha (Initiation) from Him and start doing true worship according to the holy scriptures to go back to our real home Satlok.
National Voters’ Day 2021 Quotes
- “Voting is the expression of our commitment to ourselves, one another, this country and this world.”~Sharon Salzberg
- “The ignorance of one voter in a democracy impairs the security of all.~John F. Kennedy
- “Voting is the most precious right of every citizen, and we have a moral obligation to ensure the integrity of our voting process.”~Hillary Clinton
- “Democracy is not just the right to vote, it is the right to live in dignity.”~Naomi Klein
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