IRS officer, female, drive 21 km through Rajasthan to draw attention to the manner of voting

JAIPUR: IRS Officer Susheel Kulhari And His Wife Walked A Half Mile To Cast Their Vote In His Village And Also To Encourage Others To Practice Their Franchise En Route On Monday. Kulhari, Currently Posted In Jaipur, Belongs To Tiloka Ka Bas Village In The Jhunjhunu District. The Village Is On The Main Road Jhunjhunu-Churu, Almost 21 Km From Jhunjhunu.

They Started At 5.45 Am And Walked More Than Two Hours To Reach His Polling Station In The Village. The Run Was Focused On Creating Awareness Of Voting.

We Thought We Had A Headquarters From The Jhunjhunu District To The Polling Station Of My Village To Cast The Vote And To Motivate Voters To Practice Their Franchise, Since This Possibility Is Only Presented Once Every Five Years.

Kulhari Said He Was An RAS Officer Before He Was Selected Into The Indian Revenue Service (IRS)." The Present CEO Zilla Pramukh, Jhunjhunu, Rajpal Singh, Was My Batch Mate. I Shared My Idea With Him And He Immediately Agreed To Become Part Of The Half Marathon, ”he Said.

Jhunjhunu ADM Canceled The Attack From The Jhunjhunu Assembly Office On Monday At 05.45. Kulhari, His Wife Dr. Seema, Rajpal Singh And Three Other Officers Ran To The Polling Station And Voted With Other Family Members." I Am Overwhelmed By The Warm Welcome On The Road And In Our Village. Everyone Appreciated This Initiative," He Said, Adding That The Half Marathon In 2:45 Hour Had Completed. Kulhari, A Fitness Freak, Said He And His Wife Also Previously Participated In Various Half-marathons That Were Previously Organized In Jaipur.