Nagpur: If any person has turned 18 and is not yet registered as a voter. Then here is a chance to get your nomination done before the 2022 civic polls.
Municipal Commissioner Radhakrishnan B said in a press note that the Election Commission of the country has announced a 1 month special drive from 1st November to 30th November to maximize the registration of eligible voters.
Every citizen who turns 18 in Nagpur district by the date of January 1, 2022, should enroll his name in the voter list. Its registration can now be done online as well.
Voters can also visit Portal BETA (https://voterportal.eci.gov.in/), National Voters Service Portal (www.nvsp.in) to register online or Voter Helpline App (VHA). And the facility of offline registration can also be easily obtained by visiting the voter registration office of the respective circle offices.
12-year-old died due to cylinder fire
Nagpur: On Monday 12-year-old Kuldeep Rajput has died due to a fire in an LPG cylinder. And her grandmother Sushma Kashyap (60) has suffered severe burns. Police have said that this LPG cylinder fire incident took place in CPWD quarters in Telangkhedi.
Police have also said that Kuldeep Rajput was a student of class VII. And Kuldeep used to live with his maternal uncle. On Monday afternoon, her grandmother was cooking Diwali breakfast in the kitchen. Kuldeep Rajput accidentally pulled the pipe of the LPG cylinder due to which it caught fire.
Police have said that he had suffered serious burns and in an attempt to douse the horrific fire, Kuldeep Rajput’s grandmother also got burnt in it.
The fire tenders of NMC brought the horrific fire under control and then took Rajput and his grandmother to the hospital. The doctors had declared Rajput brought dead. While the condition of his grandmother is said to be very critical. Registered a case of accidental death by Sadar police