In order to ensure that citizens of our country exercise their right of franchise in the forthcoming elections, Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) has launched a country-wide awareness campaign amongst citizens to vote of their choice in forth coming elections. In Nagpur, this campaign started from April 6 by Team CAIT Nagpur, and will continue till April 9. The awareness campaign led by B C Bhartia, National President of CAIT kick- started on April 6 from Dayanand Park, Jaripatka. All the members assembled at the Park gate. Since it was Chetichand Jhulelal Yayanti, people in hundreds were present. Sapna Talreja took the lead.
The members of Team CAIT Nagpur walked on walk way of garden with posters and banners spreading awareness of importance of voting. Attractive and catchy slogans attracted the attention of people. Later CAIT members mingled with citizens present and requested to exercise the fundamental right to vote. On April 7, members of Team CAIT Nagpur went to Gandhibagh Garden.
Santosh Agarwal, President of The Wholesale Grain and Seeds Merchants Association along with Vinod Gupta, Paigawar and Rajkumar Gupta took the lead. In addition to morning walkers, the members of Team CAIT Nagpur addressed the Yoga group, persons performing exercise and others. Sanjivani Choudhari presented a skid to give massage of importance of the fundamental right to exercise franchise. Later Team CAIT Nagpur members went to Mominpura. There the people appreciated the idea of awareness and thanked for running the campaign.
In Santra Market and Bajeria, awareness campaign was lead by Chairman Gopal Agarwal. Large number of citizens joined the drive and appreciated the job undertaken by Team CAIT Nagpur. Prominently present were Vinod Gupta, Rajkumar Gupta Madhusudan Trivedi, Sapna Talreja, Jayshree Gupta, Bunty Telmasare, Swarnima Sinha, Meena Basek, Sanjivani Chodhari, Rajni Agnihotri, Ramkrishna Gupta, President of Vaishya Ekta Club, Mahendra Takmode, Vinit Rathode, informs a press release by Secretary Farooque Akbani.