The second phase of voting for Lok Sabha is now on. We hope that you voted if April 11 was the day to vote in your constituency. If your constituency is voting on 18 April then go out, you can vote till 6 pm. The next polling dates are April 23, April 29, May 6, May 12 and May 19. If you are a first-time voter, check your name in the voter list right here: https://www.nvsp.in/ .
Also dubbed ‘World’s Largest Election’ by foreign news channels, this election has over 900 eligible voters. This is the time every Indian can contribute to the world’s largest democracy. It’s not only your right but a duty to do so. Your vote can decide the future of this country. As no voter has to travel more than 2km to cast their vote, it should not be a problem for most of us unless there is an emergency. You can cast your vote from any time between 7 am to 6 pm. Poor, rich, powerful or not, every Indian stand in the same line and it really tells you how much the above mentioned days are important in the democracy.
Remember to take your voter id card and the rest is really easy as you will be guided by the officials there. They will check your name in the voting list, ink you and take your signature. Then you can finally move onto vote by pressing a button on the EVM machine.EVM will both display the symbol and name of the party. When you press the button a ‘beep’ is heard and a slip for the vote will come out. The slip goes into a sealed box so take a look at it before it’s dropped. Check Official Voter Guide if you can have any kind of confusion about the voting process.
If you are 18 and above, you know that your country needs you. Last year, our voter turnout was around 60%, let’s aim for big this time! Our constitution has given us the right to vote under section 326 and it’s time we exercise our constitutional right.
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