Voters in Jamshedpur will get discounts at PM Mall Food Court and jewelery showrooms



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Businessmen from Jamshedpur announce huge discounts to encourage voting

Jamshedpur: In a significant bid to increase voter turnout, leading businessmen in Jamshedpur have announced significant discounts to encourage participation in the upcoming elections. The Jamshedpur unit of the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT), led by National Secretary Suresh Sonthalia, has launched a voter awareness campaign aimed at increasing urban voter engagement ahead of the fifth phase of voting on May 25.

At a meeting with local business leaders, Sonthalia emphasized the need to address the traditionally lower electoral turnout in urban areas compared to rural areas. He called on all city voters to actively participate in what he described as the “world’s largest democratic festival”, with the aim of polling a record number of votes for the Jamshedpur Lok Sabha seat.

Sonthalia specifically urged business owners to ensure that everyone in their network, including family, friends and employees, votes. “This time let us all come together to achieve a record number of votes in Jamshedpur,” he said.

Bharat Vasani addressed the thousands of traders in Jamshedpur with a clear message: “First vote and then shop.” He encouraged traders to prioritize voting and mobilize their families, employees and neighbors to do the same before starting their business activities on voting day.

Kishore Golchha echoed this sentiment and promised a 100% turnout from the business community. He assured the voters that all basic facilities would be available at the polling stations and various programs were being organized to increase voter awareness and increase voting percentage.

To encourage voting, several traders and associations have announced attractive offers: Jamshedpur Jewelers Association: Discounts on gold jewelery charging, with Chhaganlal Dayaljee, Keshavji Chhaganlal and Kuldeep & Sons Bistupur Jewelry Sakchi offering a 25% discount.

Bistupur Havells Galaxy: 4% discount on all fans and mixer grinders. Sakchi Bata Chowk Pehchan: 10% discount on children’s clothing. Shrestam Hotel: Free breakfast and cold drinks for the first 21 customers after voting.

PM Mall Food Court: Various discounts including Pizza Hut’s: buy one, get one free, Domino’s combo offer at ₹99, and discounts ranging from 10% to 20% at various eateries such as Chinese Delight, KFC, MBA Chai Wala and more.

Dilip Golchha and Piyush Chaudhary of CAT clarified that these discounts would be available only to those who vote and show their inked fingers as proof. This initiative is intended to ensure that the community takes its civic responsibility seriously.

Jaichand Jaiswal and Vinod Sharma of Laghu Udyog Bharti called on all entrepreneurs to vote and encouraged them to remind family members, including those abroad, to participate. Mahesh Sonthalia and Sanwar Sharma emphasized that May 25 should not be seen as an ordinary day but as a day of responsibility for every citizen.

By linking economic incentives to citizen participation, Jamshedpur’s business community aims to significantly increase voter turnout and ensure that every eligible voter contributes to the democratic process.