Education is not compulsary for voting but smartness is…!!!


Technically India represents the biggest democracy in the world. The general election kicks off  on 7th April. India has 543 roughly equal constituencies.  35 states and territories account for  nearly 810m voting people. With numerous political parties like BJP, Indian National Congresss, BSP, AAP, and many more fighting for the throne. Every party is pulling its opponent leg. Political campaigns and rallies are on fire. Political parties are not missing a single chance in trading with emotional sentiments of its country people  We have done this …..We will do that.” . For obvious  reasons winning is the primary motto. They are doing there best and worst.

Youth “born free” accounts for greater volume in voter list, everyone is in a political affair. Morning works, Lunch hours, eve gatherings all are flooded with political  talks. Newly listed voters are in midst of a political revolution which is about to witness an unexpected turnover in this Parliament elections. People are witnessing a wind of change this time. Young India is asking  “What has really been done?”, “They ask what their future is likely to be?”, “Are girls safe ?”. Such voters care less about caste and religion, and more about economic prospects. Older voters care more about identity group. There are millions of issues from Kashmir to Andaman both selfish and selfless. Casting vote and electing a deserving candidate can solve thousands of them.

1950  generation was content to be ruled and lorded over. 2014 Youth are no longer a content.Our ambitions are magnified now, dreams are technically renovated; we talk growth, comfort and an unchallenged freedom.


Acting just as standers results in no good if you really wanna change things and get up, cast your vote or just sit home cribbing about the bad situations prevailing in our country. Awareness campaigns for voting are everywhere from malls to roadsides. Some just ask you to vote for your country while others delivering tips to be a smart voter. The steps outlined below are designed to help you judge a candidate.

  • Decide what you are looking for in a candidate.
  • Find out about the candidates.
  • Gather materials about the candidates.
  • Evaluate candidates stand on issues.
  • Check out about their leadership qualities.
  • Learn how other people view the candidate.

There are political parties which tries to lure voters for money and goodies-in-kind, such as clothes and booze. These kind of voting group are a harm for themselves and others. Report them for your own better cause and  do remember.

You can bring your children, younger brother, sister anyone under age 18 into the voting booth with permission. It’s a way to teach civic responsibility.