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  • ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS – 2012 SVEEPSystematic Voters Education and Electoral Participation A strong way to strengthen the Democracy District Election Officer and Collector, Panchmahal, Godhra 1
  • Basic Objectives and Specific Targets Part –1 Voter Registration1. Special focus on Female and Youth Voter registration2. Registering Missing Voters Specially in Youth age group 18-293. 100% Photo Coverage and 100% EPIC Coverage4. Voter Awareness for voter registration and photo coverage 2
  • Census Population & Electoral Roll Comparison Particulars Census Electoral Roll Population Population 01/06/2012 01/10/2012 Net Change Census - (Projected in rolls from 2011 2012) previous rollTotal Population 2388267 2459773 - - -Male Population 1227805 1264566 - - -Female Population 1160462 1195207 - - -Total Voters 1373731 1423847 1415626 1440275 +24649Male Voters - - 739342 748054 +8712Female Voters - - 676284 691256 +14972Gender Ratio 945 945 915 924 +9Electors to Population Ratio 57.52% 57.89% 58.16% 59.18% +1.02%Total Voters having EPIC - - 1401646 1439310 +35105% age of voters having EPIC - - 99.01% 99.76% +0.75%Total Voters identify in Photo Roll - - 1393856 1434367 +40511% age of voters identify in Photo Roll - - 98.53% 99.65% +1.06%Net Change in rolls from previous roll - - 0.22% 1.75% +1.53% 3
  • Efforts made for strengthening the Electoral RollA) The Efforts made for strengthening the Electoral Roll can Broadly be classified as General and Specific, by General we mean the efforts which are the primary efforts, being used during each and every election.B) The Efforts made for strengthening the Electoral Roll can Broadly be classified as General and Specific, by Specific we mean innovative and special efforts tailor made for the Panchmahal district. 4
  • General Efforts 1500 Banners were made with LOK BHAGIDARI and were distributed to all villages (cost 150000) Distribution of 100000 Pamphlets among general people (cost 20700) 15 big Hoardings placed at prime locations in Urban areas (cost 150000) 20,000 Small Posters pasted at all public places in the district Information dissemination at Bus Stops and Rail Way Stations Spreading Public Awareness to the people present in the Krishi Mahotsav Campaign by loudspeaker mike on auto rickshaw in Urban areas during revision period Special awareness Campaign in Godhra on NO Pollution Day Scroll advertisements were displayed in local Network Channels for wide publicity in entire District 5
  • GENERAL EFFORTS Meeting with Political Parties and Elected members of District & Taluka Panchayats, Presidents and councilors of Municipalities, Sarpanchs and elected members of Village Panchayats Reading of Voters list in Gram Sabhas and Ward Sabhas Press Notes were published in different newspapers Banners as prescribed by CEO displayed in each college 6
  • SPECIFIC EFFORTS Tie up with BSNL sent Bulk SMS on Special Campaign Day >100000 Jingle CD made and distributed through AERO, ERO, Played at weekly HAT Baazars of Rural areas where large no. of people gather Training, awareness & education has been given to the Team of BLO, Aanganwadi worker, Asha worker, Mahila samkhya, & MDM workers Question quiz prepared and drive conducted in these Educational institutes for awareness which covered >50000 students in all DEO’s letter of Special message to all new license holders. Awareness made through TEAM Vehicle with publicity posters. A massive campaign to educate the voters particularly direct approach of young people through District RTO authority. 7
  • SPECIFIC EFFORTS 600 Banner of Ba, Bahu aur Beti “Vote Karenge sath sath” and “Vote Hamri Bahu ka bhi Jaruri Hai” ware published at public places Designated officers appointed in 46 colleges and 112 H.S. Schools located in district and Special training was given to them 8
  • OUTCOMES OF EFFORTS Out of 36286 Form-6 Received, 21788 (60.04%) were female registration during current revision and 12722 (35.06%) were in Age group of 18-19 2404 young students were attracted with this activity and registered their name for voting. 300 students of colleges filed their Form 6 during the Campaign Voter Facilitation Center started at 11 Talukas and 1 Distrcit Place from were 295 New EPIC and 42056 Duplicate EPIC Issued and 1483 From -6 Received 876 Calls received on Helpline No. 241288 at Collector Office, Godhra 9
  • OUTCOMES IN TABULAR FORMATParticulars Electoral RollTotal Population 01/06/2012 01/10/2012 Net Change in rolls from previous rollMale Population - - -Female Population - - -Total Voters - - -Male Voters 1415626 1440275 +24649Female Voters 739342 748515 +9173Gender Ratio 676284 691760 +15476Electors to PopulationRatio 915 924 +9Total Voters having EPIC 58.16% 59.18% +1.02%% age of voters havingEPIC 1401646 1436751 +35105Total Voters identify inPhoto Roll 99.01% 99.76% +0.75%% age of voters identify 1393856in Photo Roll 1434367 +40511Net Change in rolls fromprevious roll 98.53% 99.59% +1.06% 10
  • PHOTOS GALLERY1. Electoral Rolls1.1 Special efforts made for enrollment of Youth, Women and voters in general during the Special Summary Revision - 2012 Tie up with R.T.O.  Awareness through TEAM Vehicle with publicity posters 11
  • CONTINUED1.2 Special efforts made for enrollmentof Youth, Women and voters in generalduring the Special Summary Revision -2012 Tie up with R.T.O.  Making almost mandatory to produce receipt of Form-6 or EPIC with new driving license’s application.  DEO’s letter of Special message to all new license holders.  Almost >2400 young generation diverted with this activity for registration their name as voters 12
  • CONTINUED1.2 Special efforts made for enrollment ofYouth, Women and voters in general during the SpecialSummary Revision - 2012 Publicity made for awareness in general voters  Banner of Ba, Bahu aur Beti “Vote Karenge sath sath” and “Vote Hamri Bahu ka bhi Jaruri Hai” ware published at public places 13
  • CONTINUED1.2 Special efforts made for enrollment of Youth, Women and voters in general during the Special Summary Revision - 2012 Publicity made for awareness in general voters  1500 Banners made with LOK BHAGIDARI and given to all villages (cost 150000)  Distribution of 100000 Pamphlets among general people (cost 20700)  15 big Hoarding sponsored and published at prime locations of Urban area (cost 150000) 14
  • CONTINUED1.2 Special efforts made for enrollment of Youth, Women and voters in general during the Special Summary Revision - 2012 Publicity made for awareness in general voters  20,000 Small Posters pasted at all public places in the district 15
  • CONTINUED1.2 Special efforts made for enrollment of Youth, Women and voters in general during the Special Summary Revision - 2012Publicity made for awareness in general voters Campaign by loudspeaker mike on auto rickshaw in Urban areas during revision period Jingle CD made and distributed through AERO,ERO .Played at weekly HAT Baazars Of Rural areas where large no. of people gather 16
  • PART-2 VOTER TURN-OUTVOTING????????????????? 17
  • Voter Awareness and Voter Turnout WHY TO VOTE? The voter included in the voters list , if they vote with free will without being under any pressure is only counted as ethical and fair vote. Maximum Voting is necessary condition for a Healthy Democracy Voters Cooperation is must for free and fair Elections Voter Awareness is very important for Maximum Voter Turnout. 18
  • CONTINUED Even a single vote has power to bring a change, Dont forget everything big and important always started from a single person. Our vote will shape our own world, Every action we take everyday determines what sort of country we want to live in, and shapes us. Voting is one such action. Voting is citizens Fundamental Right and each and every person should vote to improve the worlds biggest Democracy. India is the largest Democracy in the world. The right to vote and more importantly the exercise of franchise by eligible citizens is at the heart of every Democracy 19
  • CONTINUED Average polling percentage in India= 50-65% and the winning parties usually get 25-28% of eligible votes, that means only 18-21% of the total votes are enough to decide the Government. 20
  • MY VOTE MY GOVERNMENT 21
  • VOTERS TURNOUT.Past Elections Election Electors Voters Polled % Votes Polled Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Parliamentary 703302 660346 1363648 339821 264788 604609 48.32% 40.10% 44.34% Election 2009 Parliamentary 586786 559099 1145885 274003 176805 450808 46.70% 31.62% 39.34% Election 2004 Legislative 632509 595534 1228043 372966 321939 694905 58.97% 54.06% 56.59% AC Election 2007 Legislative 599540 560494 1160034 420921 360473 781394 70.21% 64.31% 67.36% AC Election 2002 Legislative 526437 488475 1014912 336526 277902 614428 63.93% 56.89% 60.54% AC Election 1998 22
  • VOTERS TURNOUT.Legislative Assembly Constituency Election – 2002 No. & Name of Electors Voters Polled % Votes Polled A.C No Name Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total 111 Santrampur 88591 82966 171557 60292 53799 114091 68.06% 64.84% 66.50% 117 Rajgadh 76265 69957 146222 48064 41454 89518 63.02% 59.26% 61.22% 118 Halol 81096 74552 155648 58333 49557 107890 71.93% 66.47% 69.32% 119 Kalol 76746 70797 147543 59029 48778 107807 76.91% 68.90% 73.07% 120 Godhra 98976 92653 191629 71710 59606 131316 72.45% 64.33% 68.53% 121 Shahera 92727 86821 179548 65510 55514 121024 70.65% 63.94% 67.40% 122 Lunawada 85139 82748 167887 57983 51765 109748 68.10% 62.56% 65.37% Total 599540 560494 1160034 420921 360473 781394 70.21% 64.31% 67.36% Highest Turn Out was in the year 2002 due to impact of Godhra riots We hope this record of highest voter turn out would be broken by ECIS SVEEP plan for Panchmahal. 23
  • VOTERS TURNOUT.Legislative Assembly Constituency Election – 2007 No. & Name of Electors Voters Polled % Votes Polled A.C No Name Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total 111 Santrampur 94928 88787 183715 53783 48177 101960 56.66% 54.26% 55.50% 117 Rajgadh 81451 75144 156595 44763 41396 86159 54.96% 55.09% 55.02% 118 Halol 83051 78092 161143 55073 47426 102499 66.31% 60.73% 63.61% 119 Kalol 80419 74439 154858 47620 36418 84038 59.21% 48.92% 54.27% 120 Godhra 103261 98934 202195 62222 54402 116624 60.26% 54.99% 57.68% 121 Shahera 101061 94811 195872 61127 53303 114430 60.49% 56.22% 58.42% 122 Lunawada 88338 85327 173665 48378 40817 89195 54.76% 47.84% 51.36% Total 632509 595534 1228043 372966 321939 694905 58.97% 54.06% 56.59% 24
  • VOTERS TURNOUT.Parliamentary General Election -2009 No. & Name of Electors Voters Polled % Votes Polled Voters Voters A.C Polled Polled with withNo Name Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total EPIC Alternate Document12 Lunawada 114025 109211 223236 50308 38389 88697 44.12 35.15 39.73% 86074 2623 2 % %12 Santrampur 86973 80926 167899 40682 31581 72263 46.78 39.02 43.04% 69038 3225 3 % %12 Shahera 100756 93762 194518 45323 34189 79512 44.98 36.46 40.88% 76663 2849 4 % %12 Morva 81131 77571 158702 35282 29958 65240 43.49 38.62 41.11% 63539 1701 5 (Hadaf) % %12 Godhra 106371 101790 208161 54497 43167 97664 51.23 42.41 46.92% 93193 4471 6 % %12 Kalol 103511 94917 198428 50955 37223 88178 49.23 39.22 44.44% 85831 2347 7 % %12 Halol 110535 102169 212704 62774 50281 11305 56.79 49.21 53.15% 11000 3054 8 5 % % 1 Total 703302 660346 136364 33982 264788 60460 48.32 40.10 44.34% 58433 20270 8 1 9 % % 9 25
  • DONT RAISE FINGERS JUST VOTE 26
  • REASONS FOR LOW VOTER TURN OUTWhy situation of Low voter turn out exists?Some Exemplatory reasons:Laziness on the D Day is one of the biggest reason for low voterturnout, people often ignore voting and treat the D Day as a holiday.Doubt of violence during elections is also a major cause for low voterturnoutBoycott of elections due to Religious/social and political reasons.Nonvoting due to non fulfillment of the demands of the voters.Lack of information about Polling / Polling Booths.Social, communal equations and geographical Reasons.Lack of interest in voting is prevailing in the upper middle and upperclass.Govt. Employees who are on Election duty merely vote, there should besome innovative initiative to solve this problem. 27
  • CONTINUED Impact of the Candidates contesting election sometimes also is a reason for low voter turnout. Missing, Migrated, suspicious bogus and dead voters Lack of arrangement at polling stations is also a major reason for low voter turnout. Migration due to Employment of rural voters. 28
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  • DONT COMPLAIN, JUST VOTE AND CHANGE 30
  • YOU ARE NOT DUMB? ARE YOU?????????? 31
  • VOTE, VOTE AND VOTE 32
  • IF HE CAN VOTE, SO SHOULD YOU, HELPINDIA GROW 33
  • 5 POINT PROGRAM FOR SVEEPStrategy to cope with low voter turnout situation Strategy is named as 5 point program for SVEEP as its being divided into 5 points and further sub points for easy, effective and efficient implementation.5 Point Program for SVEEP For the ease of the readers/users this program has been divided S.No. 5 sections and further to Do?sections. into What sub Picture Section 1 Voter Education and Awareness This point under SVEEP covers all the activities which are done/have to be done for the Voter Education and Awareness 34
  • 1.1 Debate and other competition relatedto voting and its benefits, in Colleges andHigher Secondary Schools: HigherSecondary schools and Colleges consistof a sizeable population of young votersand by creating awareness amongst themwe can help increase the voting turn out.1.2 Essay Competition/ WritingCompetition: The young voters would beattracted towards such competitions andthis would solve our purpose too, topics ofthe essays would be like Voting; My rightand my duty etc.1.3 Cultural programs for VoterAwareness: People of India tend to attracttowards cultural events and programs, wewould use such programs as a platform forvoter awareness wherein we can chooseevents in program related to Voter 35Awareness
  •  1.4 Reading of Electoral Roll at Gram Sabha and Ward Sabha: This would certainly create interest and awareness in people related to voting. 1.5 Street Play and other short skits: This could well prove a very good step in rural areas where these skits and street plays are very popular, we would chose plays and skits with theme as voting and why to vote?1.6 Short and Sweet Slogans used forawareness: These slogans would prove veryuseful in voter awareness as these willbecome a buzzword in the district, some ofthese are, Jo kare Matdan aeich che sachoYuvan etc1.7 Meeting with non officials/Political partiesand other stake holders: This will help todevelop a feeling of responsibility and also afeeling of confidence in the administrationsystem which in turn would be the guaranteefor the safe and fair elections 36
  • 2 Mass appeal to the Voters All the sources and ideas used for mass appeal to the voters are listed under this point of the program. 2.1 Awareness through Print media and Electronic media: Electronic media is the fastest and the most reliable source of publicity and we will make apt use of this. Slogans and other important information would be advertised through this medium. All national and local dailies would be used for awareness spread 2.2 Display of hoarding, banners and slogans: Hoardings, banners and posters are a source of good advertisement since long time and we would make sure that proper use of this medium is done. Hoardings/Banners and Posters at major public places would be installed. 2.3 Distribution of Pamphlets at/Bus Stop/ Railway Station: Bus stop and Railway station, these two are the nerves of any place 37 and we would distribute Pamphlets at these
  • 2.4 Road Shows: This is a pretty newconcept and very effective too.2.5 Awareness through local cable network:Local cable network caters to masspopulation and we would spread awarenessthrough this channel2.6 Panchmahals voter group on socialnetworking sites such as Face book andTwitter: Social networking is the trend andalso is the future and also it caters to all theage group equally so for spreadingawareness this medium would also beexplored and also this would be free and nocost would be associated with this. 38
  • 2.7 We can cover the female votes ofpanchmahls through anganwadi workes /primary lady teachers/ sakhi mandals /women SHGs2.8 We Can Cover the industry workers /laborers through DIC / Labour Unions &Labour Officers.2.9 Through NCC, NSS Nehru Yuva Kendraand Principals Of School /collegesstudents of Panchmahal would becovered.2.10 Through District Registrar all the co-operative societies and their memberswould be covered under the SVEEP plan2.11 All Employees would be provided withpostal ballots in advance2.12 All Trade Unions / NGOs / Merchantunions / professional unions would beappealed to encourage their members tovote 39
  • 3 Individual appeal to the Voters. This would be a very innovative step and also Individual would feel special and also looking at the efforts of the administration the voter would also think to vote. 3.1 A Letter of appeal to individual voters: A letter with an appeal to vote from district collector would be issued to all the voters in the district. This would build confidence in the voters and also make them informed about how important their single vote is. 3.2 Voter Pledge campaign: Individuals would be asked to take a pledge to vote and also a signature campaign would be started to increase voter participation in this 5 point program. 3.3 Use of SMS (short message service): SMS with appeal to vote to each and every voter would be sent which would also indicate them about their polling booth location. 40
  • 3.4 A request to all the employees from Seniors to vote : Boss should lead from front by setting examples before subordinates, this adage would be a reality in this case and senior would request all the employees to vote4 Voter Safety and Security Fear of Violence and anarchy/outlawry is one of the factors in some areas which are responsible for lower voter turnout. Voters would come out to vote if a safe and secure environment is provided to them to vote.  4.1 Proper Police Protection: Complete vigilance by Police personnel to ensure the safety and security of the voters is a must. 4.2 A March/ public parade providing information to the voters about safety arrangements during elections and this would also build confidence in the voters about their safety during voting.5 Voters Facilities and Amenities In India many voters dont vote just because of lack of arrangements at polling booths, to improve this situation we need to ensure that basic amenities and facilities are met at all 41
  • 5.1 Distribution of Voter Slip to voters byBLO/Know your BLO campaign: Peoplemostly are confused about their Pollingbooths and other things at time of election,by providing them information under Knowyour BLO campaign we could ease theirproblems.5.2 Online helpline for the voters: In thisadvanced computer age we need to advanceour systems and procedure to match ourspeed with this advanced age, so onlinehelpline would be introduced wherein anyonecan log in and found details regarding votingand election.5.3 Bulk SMS: SMS with appeal to vote toeach and every voter would be sent whichwould also indicate them about their pollingbooth location. 42
  • 5.4 A toll free Helpline Number: Number fromwhere any voter can get any informationregarding voting 24*7.5.5 Special arrangements for handicappedpeople to vote: Wheel chairs and other usefulfacilities at polling booths for handicappedvoters.5.6 Separate lines for ladies for voting on DDay: Most of the ladies in urban areas dontcome to vote just because they have to standin long Qs to vote and that take a lot of theirtime. Separate Qs would solve this problem. 43
  • 5.7 Proper sanitation and proper drinkingwater facilities: Some of the polling boothsdont even have a proper sanitation anddrinking water facility which is also onereason to avoid the voting .By providingthese facilities we can hope to haveincrease in voter turnout.Note: This is only the brief summary ofAction Plan and is just for informationpurpose. 44
  • AKBAR SALIM 45
  • SPECIAL EFFORTS FOR WOMEN VOTERS Voter Turnout Patterns in Women Voters in Panchmahal DistrictWomen Today are competing with men in every sphere of life whether be it in Space or Earth, so why should they lag behind in Voting. The past election Women voter turnout was as follows: 46
  • VOTER TURNOUT MAN VOTERS V/S WOMEN VOTERSElection Electors Voters Polled % Votes Polled Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female TotalParliame 703302 660346 1363648 339821 264788 604609 48.32% 40.10% 44.34% ntaryElection 2009Parliame 586786 559099 1145885 274003 176805 450808 46.70% 31.62% 39.34% ntaryElection 2004Legislati 632509 595534 1228043 372966 321939 694905 58.97% 54.06% 56.59% ve ACElection 2007Legislati 599540 560494 1160034 420921 360473 781394 70.21% 64.31% 67.36% ve ACElection 2002Legislati 526437 488475 1014912 336526 277902 614428 63.93% 56.89% 60.54% ve ACElection 1998 47
  • CONTINUED The above Data clearly shows that women are lagging behind in voting in Panchmahal District, In fact during every election women Voting percentage is lower than Men Voting Percentage.Reasons for Low Voter Turnout in Women VotersSome Exemplatory reasons: More often than not Indian Women are busy in their daily life chores and that’s the main reason they dont go to vote or we can say they dont get time for voting. Due to purdah system prevailing in some communities womans are not allowed to remove their veils and since for Voter I.D card photograph is mandatory it makes difficult for them to get Photo I.D card. Some women dont go to vote because of fear of eve teasing during voting. 48
  • CONTINUED Single lines for Men and Women both makes some women feel uncomfortable due to various reasons so they dont go to vote. In Urban areas women tend to ignore Voting due to Lack of Interest and laziness on the D-Day. Woman are use to go to polling booth in groups, they usually dont come when they are alone. The level of awareness amongst the woman voters regarding voting is very less. 49
  • EFFECTIVE MEASURES FOR WOMEN VOTERTURN OUT Separate line for men and women for the comfort of women voters. Sakhi Mandals/Primary Lady teachers/Asha workers and other active female groups will mobilize the womens and encourage them to vote. Lady polling officers at polling booths for ease of women voters of the communities where purdah system prevails . Vulnerability mapping, identification of critical polling booths and exercise of confidence building of the residents residing near by these Vulnerable and critical polling booths. Massive awareness program to aware woman voters about their voting rights. 50
  • DHANYA DHARA PANCHMAHAL NI 51
  • SHORT AND SWEET SLOGANS 52
  • CONTINUED Don’t let others speak for you. Vote!” It’s your future, voice your choiceDrop the remote, get out and vote 53
  • Vote today, shape tomorrow 54