In order to encourage young Gurgaon to vote this coming elections, Voting Taus are making their presence felt in the millennium city. With yellow sash proclaiming, 'I am Voting Tau,' and a blue padgi, voting taus are cajoling, encouraging and asking people to vote this election. Speaking in hindi and hariyanvi, these mascots are attracting a lot of attention. The initiative undertaken by the authorities have been made to ensure the increase in the votes of Gurgaon citizens.
Not to confuse with Gurgaon's Traffic
Taus, Voting Taus have been noticed in colleges, malls and various
corporate areas. They first made a presence on the Raahgiri Day and
would do the rounds of the city till April 8. Touring the city in
buses with banners asking to vote on 10 April, Voting Taus are trying
their best to draw the maximum number of votes this election.
As was reported by timesofindia.com, RS
Sangwan, district information and public relations officer, Gurgaon
said, '' Voting Taus will be touring in a specially designed vehicle
and they will be asking peopel to cast their vote in the Lok Sabha
elections on April 10.''
Adding, he also mentioned that
assistant returning officers have given them the a list of areas,
which has a low turnout for the previous elections. Most of these
areas are in the old Gurgaon, where the rural part of Gurgaon
resides, but some of the urban part of Gurgaon are DLF Phase III, IV,
DLF Phase I, Sector 15 and areas around American Montessori Public
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