Eco-friendly officer cycles 55km to inspect voting booths in Guna

FP Information Service

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In an eco-friendly move, ADM Aditya Singh opted for a bicycle on Friday and rode a total distance of 55 km to reach the Bamori polling booth ahead of the first phase of the Panchayat elections.

More details, ADM Aditya Singh, who is a fitness enthusiast, decided to ride a bike from Guna to Bamori village to get an update on the preparations at the voting booth, ahead of the first phase of voting on Saturday , covering a distance of about 55 km in two hours.

A team of district panchayat officials distributed election materials from Government PG College in Guna and visited the polling station in Bamori village. Later, Singh decided to go for a bike ride from Guna to Bamori, promoting a naturalistic lifestyle.

Singh, a young officer, cycles 20-30 km daily to stay fit and healthy. But, the way the officers decided to cycle to the voting booth attracted attention and also encouraged people to move around in a healthy way.

Notably, the region is gearing up for the first phase of polling for the panchayat election scheduled for Saturday. The SEC previously announced that the Panchayat elections would be held in three phases between June 25 and July 8.

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