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Right To Vote

All Indians with age group 18 and above have the right to vote. However, some are indifferent and many are unsure as to whether voting really will make any difference. So, Is it necessary to vote? Yes – if we want secured India, better healthcare and education, fair taxation, basic income to everyone, better road and transport, better amenities because our government is responsible for running all these services and our vote will declare a government. India is a democratic country where people are given the right to vote and form the government.

Voting is the most important way to make our voice be heard to politicians on the issues that concern us. Young voters make a powerful voting force since they account for half of the voters’ population. It is the only where you can complain about integrity. Most of the people think that a single vote makes no difference or they may not find a deserving candidate for their vote. But this is the major cause of corruption, crime and other issues happening in our society. These politicians know that we will not vote if the same candidates appear every time with new promises that closely resemble each other.

By casting their vote, citizens may not necessarily be able to get the best candidate elected—politics being what it is—but by avoiding casting their vote they improve the chances of the unsuitable ones winning the polls. In the end, it is only the voter who has to suffer through poor governance.

Finally, voting is an honour conferred on the citizens by the founding fathers. By exercising their right to vote, citizens demonstrate their respect for the history of the country. It is our duty as responsible citizens of India to make informed decisions and choose the best candidate from those presented. So we should vote for our and our children and own benefits by choosing right and proper representative and government.

 

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