India is a Republican country. The most important in a Republican country is to give elections and vote. The Republic is like a sacrificial fire in which votes are considered to be very important. A vote here is also enough to change the government and power. Remember the time when the government of hon. Now, think about the loss of the country because of the ‘ gluten ‘ and ‘ what will change from one of my votes ‘?
You change, the system will also change
Those who have big debates on the Indian system and dirty politics in Facebook, Twitter or the blogging world often don’t go to vote in this sacrificial fire of the Indian Republic just because they seem to be in line here, discipline has to be followed for a while. Now you may be wondering what is the republic of discipline? But, there is a huge connection. Those who do this forget that without discipline, no sub-country has got independence, even India had to live in the strict discipline made by Gandhiji for independence. And our Republican system is very important in maintaining this freedom. The Republican system can only run smoothly if every person exercises his or her vote and expresses his will and unwillingness.
National Voters Day : Wait, Think, Understand and Do Something
If you think the whole system has been damaged, don’t forget that you are also part of the same system. If all is bad, you are too bad. Look at a small thing. If you want the right MLA in your area, you will vote for it. You will ask your family to vote for the same leader with your own vote. This way your effort will bring color and choose a great MLA in your area that will work for your area. Similarly, if you want to change the top leader of the country and even the Prime Minister, one of your votes will be very important.
National Voter Day: Indian Voters’ Day
Since 2011, the Election Commission of India has decided to observe national voters’ day on January 25 every year to address the declining trend of Indian voters. In fact, the Election Commission of India was formed on January 25, 1950. This day is the name of all the voters of India so that they can remember their obligations towards democracy and understand the importance of it themselves. The relevance of this day before January 26 is very accurate.
In fact, the voter and his vote are the basic basis of Indian democracy or any healthy democracy. The low interest in voting of voters in Indian democracy over the past several years indicates the declining faith of the people in democracy. This is bound to concern the country’s politicians. To eliminate this concern, for the last two years, the government has taken several major steps on the 25th of January so that more and more voters can exercise their vote, especially the youth. The government’s effort has also brought colour, which is a testimony to record turnout in up assembly elections and Gujarat elections.
A big challenge for youngsters
Youth participation in India is quite high. However, it is also true that a large population of the country fails to register their names in the electoral roll despite completing the 18th year of their age. The government has taken several important steps to deal with this important and complex problem. Today, you will find centres where voter ID cards are used. The work is also being carried out by planting camps in every district, block or village.
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The challenge is big
This awareness campaign of the Government of India is a remarkable step in itself, but there are many other difficulties in the process of enrolment in the electoral roll which require more practical and effective decisions on the Election Commission and the government. Lack of education and lack of birth certificates in remote rural and even urban poor settlements is one of the major reasons why large numbers of rural and urban poor, youth and adults are often deprived of enrolment in the electoral roll.
In addition, a large population is deprived of becoming voters due to lack of proper enrolment in the electoral roll of a large migrant population in search of work. However, the government may soon take a major step to end the challenge.
Unless a voter understands the meaning of his vote, it is difficult to change India’s system. To change the system, everyone has to vaccinate the Republic. Voters have to understand that one of their votes can become a tool to change the system, not just the government, and it can also change the fate of the voter itself.