SHIMLA: To encourage the youth to exercise their franchise and make voters aware about the value of their vote, state election icon Jaspreet Paul today addressed the students of Padma Government Senior Secondary School, Rampur and Sarvpalli B.Ed. College Nogli. The students were encouraged to vote so that they could motivate their parents, family members as well as the villagers to vote.

It is noteworthy that 44-year-old Jaspreet Paul is the winner of the Fire Fox Challenge Cycling Championship and the cyclist also stood second in the MTB Championship in 2021.

Addressing the students, Jaspreet Paul said that he is a youth icon and all the students are also an icon in themselves, who can encourage people to vote. Apart from this, he also called upon all the students to ensure their participation in voting by making their voter card after completing 18 years. He said that every vote matters and every vote is precious in a democracy. He said that elections are a great festival, which we should celebrate with enthusiasm like other festivals and we must exercise our vote by participating in this election festival. He also urged the children to stay involved in sports to remain active and fit.

During his tour, Jaspreet Paul will make voters of Shimla, Kinnaur and Lahaul-Spiti districts aware and will make people aware about importance of voting by going to Tashigang polling station located at the highest place in the world. Assistant Returning Officer and SDM Rampur Nishant Tomar welcomed Jaspreet Paul and his team on reaching Rampur and thanked them for encouraging the youth to vote.

On this occasion, Dr. Vipin Sharma, Nodal Officer of the SVEEP Team of Rampur Assembly Constituency, Kanungo Election Devendra Kumar and other members of the SVEEP Team were also present.

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