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Karnataka couple design their wedding invite similar to voter ID to promote voting

Think Change India
posted on 11th May 2018
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As Karnataka prepares itself for the Assembly elections, a couple from Haveri district in the state was found distributing their wedding invitation, which was printed like a voter ID. The couple, Siddappa Doddachikkannanavar and Jyothi, who tied the nuptial knot on April 27, were urging people to come out and cast their vote through their wedding invites.

Source: Hindustan Times

With the National emblem, and a unique code which read 'SJMRG27042018', a combination of their initials and wedding date, the couple thought of this innovative plan ahead of their wedding. Siddappa is a railway employee, presently posted in Goa, and was a social activist before. The bride, Jyoti, is a BCom graduate and hails from Ranebennur.

Siddappa gives the idea's credit to his friend Karibasappa Gondi, who works as a constable, after he expressed his desire that he wanted to promote voting in elections.

He advised me to take this forward and encourage people to come out and vote. After that, we designed my wedding card like a voter ID, by including similar fonts and style, Banglore Mirror quoted.

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