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Unique Initiative: Punjab CEO Sibin C to go live on FB on April 19

Chandigarh, April 18, 2024 (Yes Punjab News)

In a unique initiative, Punjab Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Sibin C will go live on social media platform Facebook from 11:00 am to 11:30 am on Friday, April 19 to to respond to queries raised by voters related to Lok Sabha Elections 2024. The live event has been named ‘Talk to Your CEO Punjab’.

Divulging the details, Sibin C said that various programs are being run to achieve the goal of ‘Is Vaar 70 Paar’ and to make people aware about voting.

Preceding the Facebook Live event, a regular podcast has also been launched by the Office of the CEO highlighting key aspects of the electoral process such as voter registration, voting process and the importance of citizens’ participation in voting so as to enhance voter awareness and people’s participation.

Sibin C said that he will go live on the official page @TheCeoPunjab on Facebook and answer the queries of the people related to the Lok Sabha Elections from 11:00 am to 11:30 pm on Friday, April 19.

He added that during this half-an-hour live session one can ask queries and also give their grievances and suggestions by commenting on the post. Questions or suggestions can be asked during the live session or can be sent via Facebook, Instagram, or X before 11 am.

The CEO further said that the purpose of this live is to allay the apprehensions of the people about the elections and motivate them to actively participate in the voting process.

Sibin C said that his office is constantly updating the instructions and details related to the Lok Sabha elections 2024 on social media handles (Facebook, Instagram, X and YouTube) and recently it has secured the second position across the country for playing an active role on social media platforms.

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