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BJP Kashmir displaced district delegation advocates electoral reform with Relief Commissioner

Jammu, May 14 (Scoop News)-Kashmir Displaced District delegation engaged in a transformative dialogue with Relief Commissioner (M) Arvind Karwani to confront pressing issues arising from the recent Parliamentary election in the Srinagar constituency.

The BJP Kashmir Displaced District committee who look after administrative issues in parliamentary elections include General Secretary H K Razdan, Vice Presidents Chetan Wanchoo and Vimal Raina , the delegation fervently championed the cause of electoral reform, heralding a new era of transparency and accountability in the electoral process.

In a symphony of impassioned voices, the delegation articulated a comprehensive array of concerns and unveiled a visionary blueprint for the revitalization of electoral integrity. From advocating for the appointment of additional Assistant Returning Officers (AROs) to fostering greater inclusivity and accessibility for voters in migrant-populated areas, to emphasizing the meticulous supervision required at Shankar Building to ensure the fidelity of voter lists, every proposal resonated with the collective ambition for a fairer, more equitable democracy.

The delegation's clarion call for tailored strategies in Baramulla, Anantnag, and Rajouri constituencies underscored their unwavering commitment to amplifying diverse voices and aspirations, paving the way for a more representative political landscape.

With unwavering determination, the delegation emphasized the imperative of timely dissemination of authenticated voter lists to political parties, ensuring transparency and empowering informed decision-making.

Furthermore, their impassioned plea for the facilitation of voters holding Elector Photo Identity Cards (EPICs) through the deployment of Booth Level Officers (BLOs) epitomized their steadfast dedication to upholding electoral integrity and fostering inclusivity.

Proposing proactive measures such as prechecks of voter numbers at polling stations and ensuring the provision of essential amenities like water and tents, the delegation laid the groundwork for a seamless electoral process that prioritizes voter dignity and participation.

In response, Relief Commissioner (M) Arvind Karwani expressed his unwavering commitment to addressing these pressing concerns, reaffirming his dedication to collaborative action and effective reforms that safeguard the sanctity of the electoral process.

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