Message at the wedding: “Whether son or daughter, everyone’s voice is important” was made people aware

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Message at the wedding: “Whether son or daughter, everyone’s voice is important” was made people aware

Sonipat: Whether boy or girl, everyone’s voice is important. Our voice, our strength. I won’t repeat the mistake, I’ll definitely get votes. Two grooms and their brides drew attention to themselves with such slogans at their own wedding reception. This wedding ceremony, which conveyed an important message for democracy, took place in Sonipat. Even in the past, people have conducted unique experiments at their weddings while conveying social messages. But here people were made aware of their greatest right and the greatest weapon for democracy. Here both the grooms are sons of the elected Tehsildar Rajendra Singh Bhukkal. When he was elected, Tehsildar Rajendra Singh Bhukkal gave a good message to the society by discharging his duties even after service.

Rajendra Singh is working at the post of Electoral Tehsildar in Gurugram.

Rajendra Singh Bhukkal, who works as an electoral tehsildar in Gurugram, is originally from Sonipat. He organized his elder son Pravesh’s wedding in Bhiwani and his younger son Nitesh’s wedding in Delhi. After the wedding, the wedding reception of the two sons took place in Sonipat on Tuesday. Even before this ceremony, Rajendra Singh Bhukkal had decided to make people aware about voting in his sons’ wedding. Taking this thought further, Rajendra Singh along with his two sons, their brides and their families made people aware about voting during the reception. The three families held posters with slogans and encouraged people to vote.

The spirit was already there, when I encouraged it, it became a thing.

Rakesh Ranga, a teacher at Government Primary School in Kalupur, said he was a friend of Rajendra Singh Bhukkal. Rajendra Singh carries out his duty completely dutifully. They do not look at the field of work or the location, but rather draw people’s attention to it wherever they find themselves. He had talked about making people aware about voting in the wedding ceremony. After that, when he was encouraged, he became successful in this work. Rakesh Ranga said that people who came to the reception really appreciated the effort.

Honored on National Voters Day

Rajendra Singh Bhukkal is working at the post of Electoral Tehsildar in Gurugram. The Sohna gathering also falls under this. For the remarkable work in the new voter list, the state government has chosen the Sohna assembly first this time. In such a situation, Rajendra Singh Bhukkal will be honored on National Voters’ Day on January 25 at Kurukshetra for being the first to come to the Sohna Assembly.

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