National Voters’ Day 2022 Theme, History, Significance, Importance, Activities: Voters’ Day is also organized on 25 January every year in our country India. The Election Commission of India was established on January 25, 1950. An initiative was taken to celebrate this establishment date as National Voters’ Day.
National Voters’ Day 2022 Theme
‘Electoral Literacy for Stronger Democracy’ is the theme for National Voter’s Day 2022.
India is a democratic country. As we all know, in a democratic country like India, voting is no less than a festival. Voters’ Day is also organized on 25 January every year in our country India. Citizens who meet the eligibility criteria to become a voter can register to get a voter ID card. To encourage the youth, January 25 is celebrated as National Voters’ Day. Hon’ble President of India, Shri Ram Nath Kovind will be the chief guest at this national function being organized by the Election Commission of India in New Delhi. The event will be held at Ashoka Hotel, New Delhi and the Hon’ble President will grace the event virtually from Rashtrapati Bhavan.
Significance, and Importance
The right to vote is an important right in any democracy. Every citizen has the right to vote and those who are eligible must vote. The objective of the Election Commission is to identify all adult and eligible voters who have attained the age of 18 years as of January 1, in all polling stations across the country. The age limit for voting in India has been fixed at 18 so every vote counts, it is the moral responsibility of the government, the election commission of India, and every educated citizen to spread awareness about voting and its importance.
Activities, and More
Voting is the right of every citizen because the vote of the citizen of the country decides whose government will come. National Voters’ Day is celebrated across the country on this day. Which makes us feel the power of the common man in democracy. Every year 25 January is celebrated as National Voters’ Day in the country. Its aim is to make people aware of voting and their rights as voters. Voters have many rights. Some people are not aware of them. That’s why it becomes necessary to know them.