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1 Voters’ Education and Electoral Participation: Barabanki (U.P.) SC 53 Focus : Women Empowerment Representing the District Team Ministhy S. D E O Barabanki, Uttar Pradesh, 2014, Lok Sabha Elections

2 The Elections and the Women: A historical perspective Women and Elections: International Women Suffrage In Pre 1950 India The right of women to vote and stand as Candidate : 1947 In Post 1950 India, The article 14 of the Constitution of India empowered all by proclaiming equality for all

3 The First Few General Elections in India The data is not available with respect to male-female Voters for first general elections. Not even for next 3 more of 1957, 1962, 1967 ! Only from 1971 elections male female vote % is available

4 Barabanki Status of Women Suffering from some of the worst development indicators of female empowerment Maternal mortality rate Infant mortality rate Toilet facilities for women

5 Basic Analysis of Women Participation in Elections 2009 Parliamentary Election : 52.3% Total voter turnout 44.7 % Women voter turnout The worst voter turnout Ass. Constituency in P E 2009 : Haidergarh % Total voter turnout, % Women voter turnout The best voter turnout Ass. Constituency in P E 2009 : Kursi % Total voter turnout, % Women voter turnout 2012 Assembly Elections : Gender Ratio 843 Women voters enrolled for every 1000 Male voters (Extremely low against desirable statics of 908)

6 The 2009 Parliamentary elections Poll % of Lok Sabha’ General Election – 2009, 53 Barabanki (S.C.) S.noAC No. & NameElectors as per 2009 roll The number of voters who participated in voting The percentage of male in voting The percentage of female in voting Total Turnout % MaleFemaleTotalMaleFemaleTotal &dqlhZ &jkeuxj &ckjkca dh &tSniqj¼ v0tk0½ &gSnjx< + ¼v0tk0½ ;ksx&

7 2012 Ass. Election Voter Gender Ratio of District A C NameGender Ratio (No. of Female Voter /1000 Male Voters) Ram Nager807 Rudauli (Partial)817 Barabanki841 Dariabad841 Kursi844 Jaitpur857 Haidergard868 District Average843 (Desirable 908)

8 District Team’s Strategy for 2014 Par. Elections Pull up Gender Ratio – Enroll maximum women voters Analyze within each AC the 10 PBs with worst women enrollment Go with full force to enroll women as voters after understanding reasons Pull up female voter turnout : Encourage women to vote Analyze within each AC the 10 PBs with worst women voter turnout Go with full force to encourage women to vote after understanding reasons

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11 General Strategies at District Level 1.Identification of mazras and hamlets falling in lower EP and Gender Ratio booths 2.Identifying the reasons of low registration 3.Involving elders and youngsters to motivate the unregistered electors to be part of the proud voter group 4.Involving motivated students and organizations like NCC and NSS volunteers 5.Involving political functionaries and BLAs of political parties to speak to the potential voters 6.Launching media campaigns to educate and motivate

12 7.Using ICE material provided by ECI and CEO U P Office from time to time 8.Involving all government functionaries at village level particularly the female workers like Asha Bahu, Anganvadi workers and female teachers and locally habited shiksha-mitras 9.Involving local artistes like folk singers of Awadhi and Bhojpuri 10. Touring of women NYK volunteers in the worst GR and worst female voter turnout polling booths General Strategies at District Level

13 Results achieved (2014) Figures in

14 Results achieved (2014) Figures in

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17 Result Achieved 2014 Par. Election Voter Gender Ratio of District A C NameGender Ratio (No. of Female Voter /1000 Male Voters) 2012 Gender Ratio (No. of Female Voter /1000 Male Voters) 2014 Ram Nager Rudauli (Partial) Barabanki Dariabad Kursi Jaitpur Haidergard District Average843 (Desirable 908)855 District team awarded on Voters Day 2014 for the result

18 A Few Glimpses of our Journey..

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34 Thank you from Team Barabanki


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