13th National Voters Day Theme: Nothing Like Voting, I Vote for Sure

New Delhi : 13th National Voters’ DayTheme : The Election Commission of India is celebrating the 13th National Voter’s Day on 25 January 2023.

Hon’ble President of India Smt. Draupadi Murmu will be the chief guest at the nationwide event organized by the Election Commission of India in New Delhi. Union Minister for Law and Justice Shri Kiren Rijiju will be the guest of honour.

Theme: Nothing Like Voting, I Vote for Sure

The theme of this year’s NVD, “Nothing Like Voting, I Vote for Sure”, is dedicated to voters, expressing the feeling and desire of individuals to participate in the electoral process through the power of their vote. The logo is designed to showcase the solemnity and inclusiveness of the electoral process. The Ashoka Chakra in the background represents the largest democracy in the world, while the inked finger represents the participation of every voter in the country. A tick in the logo means an informed voter’s decision.

During the event in New Delhi, the Hon’ble President will present the National Awards for 2022. The National Awards for Best Electoral Practices will be presented to state and district level officials for their outstanding performance in conducting the 2022 elections in various areas such as IT initiatives, governance security, election administration, accessible elections, voter list and contribution in the area of ​​information and outreach to voters. National awards will also be presented to key stakeholders such as government departments and media organizations for their valuable contribution to voter awareness.

The first copy of ECI’s publication ‘Election of the First President – An Illustrated Chronicle of the Indian Presidential Election’ will be handed over to the Hon’ble President by Chief Election Commissioner Shri Rajiv Kumar. The book, which is the first publication of its kind, provides insights into the historical journey of presidential elections in the country. It sheds light on the nuances of the presidential electoral system and related constitutional provisions through timelines of the past 16 presidential elections.

ECI’s song – “Main Bharat Hoon-Hum Bharat Ke Matdata Hain” produced by ECI in association with Subhash Ghai Foundation will also be screened. The song brings out the power of voting and celebrates the spirit of inclusive, accessible, ethical, participatory and festive elections in the world’s largest and most vibrant democracy.

When is National Voters Day Celebrated?

Since 2011, National Voter’s Day is celebrated every year on 25th January across the country to commemorate the establishment of Election Commission of India 25th January 1950. The main purpose of NVD celebrations is to create electoral awareness among the citizens and encourage them to participate in the electoral process. National Voter’s Day, dedicated to the nation’s electorate, is also used to facilitate voter registration, especially for newly eligible young voters. New voters are honored and present their Voter Photo ID (EPIC) at NVD events held across the country.

NVD is celebrated at the national, state, district, polling and polling station levels, making it one of the biggest celebrations in the country.

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