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Indian High Comm donates ink for polls


Oct 04, 2022 02:16:38 PM

The Indian Government has handed over 5,500 bottles of indelible ink to the Fijian Elections Office.
Indelible ink is a semi-permanent ink or dye that is applied to the forefinger (usually) of voters during elections in order to prevent electoral fraud such as double voting. 
Speaking at the handing over, the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission Mukesh Nand said the relationship between Fiji and India is valuable and a partnership long-standing. 
Nand said this is the third election in which India has donated indelible ink for the General Elections.
He said the indelible ink is a critical element of the voting process because it serves as a confirmation of a vote and verifies and ensures a person is able to vote once, therefore, helping uphold the principle of one person, one vote, and one value.
He also highlighted the announcement of the election date is imminent and that this is one step closer to delivering a free, fair and credible election.
Also speaking at the handover, Indian High Commissioner to Fiji, Palaniswamy Subrahmanyan Karthigeyan said that they have also been providing some capacity-building assistance to the Fijian Elections Office that will enhance best practices are shared and skill upgrading that is critical in managing the democratic process. 
The Supervisor of Elections, Mohammed Saneem said the ink was manufactured by the Government of Karnataka, a certified company on the 22nd of September and is valid until the 23rd of January 2023
The donated ink is worth $320k.
By Ilaitia Ravuwai

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