With coming elections in my state Andhra Pradesh I was enthusiastic towards casting my vote. But many Indians need to be aware of the significance of voting and their rights. All these questions have screwed my mind when I came across the people who don’t know what a voter ID is? They don’t have VOTER ID cards.
We call ourselves Indians. But are we really Indians? If we’re Indians then why not we’re enjoying our rights and discharging duties. India is a free country and also democratic one. Then why and what is holding us back? Why is that we are behaving like this? is it lack of knowledge or no time for the country? Are we becoming selfish and just thinking of ourselves and not country?
We need to understand that we’re Indians and we all have few rights and duties towards the country. Voting is such a right. We have to vote in elections and participate actively. As in most of the states elections are taking place, Indians should make their VOTER ID card.
Firstly, what is voting? This question should be vivid in the young minds of today’s youth as they are future citizens. We all have studied it in school presumably but still no learning has taking place I can say. I was just mugging up and vomiting in exams. That is why today many youngsters aged between 18-25 have no voter IDs. Election means a holiday for most of us. It is not so. Voting is not only our right it is our duty as a citizen of our country.
Voting commonly implies election, i.e. a way for an electorate to select among candidates for office. I can say it is the method by which the electorate of a democracy appoints representatives in its government. That’s not over what is vote? Why is it necessary? This should be cleared from the dubious minds.
A vote is an individual’s act of voting, by which he or she express support or a certain candidate, a certain selection of candidates or a political party.
Election is just days away, I think voters should get serious and educate themselves on the candidates. Just don’t vote for the sake of voting. Think and vote. Don’t be narrowing minded. It is always good to use our God-given brain.
We are in a very serious situation because of a corrupt government based on deceit, greed, personal interests and political games. Now with the Mumbai’s terror attack and failure of security in the country, it is our duty to vote the right person. Our country’s IT jobs has effected shortly. And all of this has trickled down to hardships and financial destruction for many people — all done by the administration that should be protecting us. So take right and mindful decision.
Remember elections are more than a process of voting someone to rule the nation. Elections have been a significant cultural aspect of Independent India. It is more like a change of power, and ensuring the importance of the individual in a democracy, the voter.
It is a right and a responsibility. However, it is your right to vote. We are giving the power and letting other people make your decision by not giving vote. If we do that with our eyes open and make a decision ourselves it is your right.
Many educated people think that voting is sheer wastage of time as all the politicians are the same. They talk of highs and performing high before election and when they are selected they forget everything.. So people of India think. But if we discharge our duties and fulfill our rights fully the change can happen. Make the VOTER ID soon and participate.
Let’s all become one and united whosoever is 18 years of age or above for the upcoming elections to vote the right person in every state to make our country a safe and better place for living on earth.