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- Hey Abhi Bro, here are a couple of more.....
If you don’t vote, you are killing democracy
If you want to keep democracy alive then I urge all the citizens to come out and exercise their voting rights. Do not choose your candidate party wise. Think carefully and then elect a candidate who is responsible and you feel will work towards betterment of society and bring a change. If you don’t vote, you are killing democracy.
Your single vote can help select the right candidate
I and my family have never missed a single opportunity to vote in any of the elections. By voting, we voice our opinion and get to choose the deserving candidate. Those who do not vote have no rights to criticise about the non-performing political leaders. Your single vote can help select the right candidate that can benefit the city and the nation on a whole.
To bring positive changes in society, one must vote
Citizens must vote to make politicians realise that the people deserve more than what they are being offered in terms of facilities, public works, education, amenities and medical assistance among others. If you want positive changes in society, you have to come out and vote for the right candidates. Elect candidates who know the reality at ground level.
Voting gives us a chance to voice our opinion
If we want our government to be responsible and accountable to people, then we must vote dutifully. It gives us a chance to voice our opinion and decide which party should work for welfare of society. There can be many reasons for not voting such as political apathy on part of people, but to keep the democracy alive, people must come out and vote.
We must cast our votes to help flush out corrupt leaders
Our constitution is based on the principle of one citizen, one vote, one value, but one value has not come into existence till now. Votes are being bought and this is happening because citizens are not exercising their voting rights. One must understand that when we have accepted democracy, we have also accepted voting as part of our democratic right. We must cast votes to help flush out corrupt leaders from politics.
Eminent director speaks up
Citizens must come out and exercise their voting rights to live in democracy and to live democracy.
If you are proud to be an Indian, take pride in voting also
I don’t see the reason why people ask, why they should vote. My question to them is why they should not vote. You are a citizen of democratic India and it is everyone’s duty to exercise their voting rights. The question of why or why not does arise at all. If you are proud to be a citizen of one of the biggest democracy in the world, you should be proud to vote also, which is part of the democratic system.
Those who don’t vote are enemies of democracy
Nowadays, only those who are aware and care about the overall development of society come out and vote. Mostly, the poor and middle-class people exercise their voting rights while the elite class treat voting day just like any other holiday. Those who do not exercise their voting rights are actually enemies of democracy. Citizens must vote whether they like it or not.
By not voting, you are sacrificing your sacred right
Voting is a sacred right of every individual and exercising his/her voting rights is the duty of the citizens of India. If you do not vote, you do not have any moral right to criticise the Pune Municipal Corporation, the elected corporators or any other political leaders. If citizens do not vote, they are unnecessarily sacrificing their sacred right. The youth must especially understand how important and prized their vote is, which will help shape the future of the country.CommentQuote1Flag
- aam admi jagega
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- Mere voting is not enough.We must vote with full knowledge as to the person we are voting for.Knowledgeable voters are a must to save democracy.Exercise your franchise properly.CommentQuote0Flag
- Vote chota hai magar shakto me anant hai :)CommentQuote0Flag
- Two quotes whch are applicable to India:
“If you are bored and disgusted by politics and don't bother to vote, you are in effect voting for the entrenched Establishments of the two major parties, who please rest assured are not dumb, and who are keenly aware that it is in their interests to keep you disgusted and bored and cynical and to give you every possible reason to stay at home and watching MTV/cricket on election day. By all means stay home if you want, but don't bullshit yourself that you're not voting. In reality, there is no such thing as not voting: you either vote by voting, or you vote by staying home and tacitly doubling the value of some Diehard's vote.”
― David Foster Wallace, Up, Simba!(edited to suit our nation)
“Elections belong to the people. It's their decision. If they decide to turn their back on the fire and burn their behinds, then they will just have to sit on their blisters.”
― Abraham Lincoln
Friends if we dont vote wisely in largest number,you have only yourself to blame and not the politicians themselves.
If they get elected after so many years of misrule,asset enhancements,and scams(even if 10% of the figures are true),then we deserve the government we have voted in.
Indians need to have self respect and vote out people who are corrupt,tainted and inefficient or absent from constituency after elections e.g Dharmendra .
If our leaders dont rise to the occasion we will fall behind in the race.
I am sure these are adequate reasons for us to vote right and give decisive mandate.Regional parties should be put in the right place and not allowed to blackmail the national parties.CommentQuote0Flag
- vote for AAP true value of voting vry optimistic abt itCommentQuote0Flag
- Vote dena is ko Kahate hainCommentQuote0Flag
- The picture above is inspiring indeed.
Congrats to the lady for rising above her disability in discharging her duty as a citizen.
I wish our other educated voters become more conscious of the need to vote.
But will the person she voted for live up to her expectation?CommentQuote0Flag