Bantwal: 13 model polling booths decorated to attract voters

Mounesh Vishwakarma

Daijiworld Media Network – Bantwal (EP)

Bantwal, May 9: Thirteen visually appealing model polling booths have been set up in Bantwal to attract voters.

These booths have been designed with a special focus on increasing female turnout, especially in areas where female voters were fewer during the previous elections. The election commission's goal is to achieve 100% voter turnout this time.

The 13 polling booths located at Polali, Sangabettu, Narikombu, Kakkepadavu, Mani, Sera, Neralakatte, Babanakatte, Kalladka, Benjanapadav, Keddalike, Koila, and Maji School feature captivating entrances, vibrant decorations, and drawings depicting the coastal culture.

Each booth is given a unique name, such as Gogrine, Vikalachetana, Sakhi, Neelataranga, and Kambala, to enhance their appeal.




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