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Why vote?

While the 2014 General Elections recorded the highest voter turnout with two-thirds of the electorate (55 crores in 2014) casting their vote, what is noteworthy is that one-third of the electorate did not exercise their vote, and one percent of this voting electorate (0.6 crores in 2014) opted for NOTA (None of the Above).

The non-voting electorate is a sizeable number (28 crores in 2014) which can change which party will form the government.

A citizen’s vote is his tool to express his assent or dissent in a democratic nation and is as much a citizen’s duty as a right. Voting is crucial in ensuring that citizens get the government they both, desire and deserve.

8 REASONS TO VOTE

Your Voice

Your Vote is Your Voice.

Your Duty

Moral Duty to Vote.

Your Freedom

Show Respect to our Freedom Movement.

Your Influence

Your vote denotes your influence on the outcome.

It’s an Equaliser

There are no rich or poor in elections.

It’s Surrender

Refusing to vote isn't rebellion, it’s giving up.

It’s Easy/Not Hard

Not time consuming or difficult.

It’s Maths

Your lack of vote also makes some one win.

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