The women in the center of the 153 booths of the North Kolkata constituency will be in charge of the booth. The number of booths in the center is 1862. Election Commission sources said that in the past there were no such booths given to women in the booths. The election commission has selected 800 government workers women for 153 booths.
TRAINING OF SELECTED WOMEN FOR VOTING DUTY :
They were trained to manage their votes in the Sanskrit Collegiate School on Saturday. Many of them will now be seen to take responsibility for the first vote. This training started from 10 am till 4 pm. How does this work look like, Are you ready for it. Answering these questions of media one of the respondents to the media said, "It looks good but also fears how much our security will be." Another woman said that she felt very good to work on this. Because she felt that women also should step forward with men in this duty.
According to the Election Commission sources, the number of women operated booths has been increased this time. There were five women-run booths in each center in the assembly elections. The number was extended much before the Lok Sabha polls.
The commission's findings have been sent to various agencies of state and central government to list women workers' names. Out of them, about 800 people were selected for the Kolkata North Lok Sabha constituency.
ABOUT THEIR SECURITY :
District election officer of the Calcutta North Center, Dibendu Sarkar said, "There will be 612 women workers in 4 booths for each of the 153 booths in the center and the remaining 20% female workers Reserves are being kept in the booths for the women workers for extra security. According to the election commission, there is no reason to fear, because women will be given women at the booth where there are multiple booths and the place has also been chosen according to security.
Of course, men are in charge of the elections, where many times are behind Here the women to proceed deserves praise.