As an incentive, nominees of the winning teams would be invited to engage in a round table on Mumbai’s challenges and solutions. The winning team, organisation or individuals will also get the opportunity to present a white paper on solutions for a better Mumbai, in the BMC elections “War Room”. “The people’s committee in our office will be finding out the eligible voters in our office from next week.We have also appointed volunteers who have taken it upon themselves to market the concept of voting,” said Mrugank Paranjape, spokesperson of MCX.
“Anything that contributes to a larger voter share on February 21 is appreciated. Through such initiatives our aim remains to guarantee 100 per cent voting on the election day,” said J S Saharia, state election commissioner.