Vote India Vote - Dont forget to cast your vote

@krupesh (2608)
India
March 31, 2009 1:25pm CST
Hello fellow Indians, You all know that the elections are not too far away from now.Your vote is very important in choosing a right candidate.If you do not vote your vote will be put by some others which paves way for a corrupt politician to make the system even more worse. Just because of the corrupt politicians even the bureacrats have become corrupt.Its impossible to cleanse the system without your votes.Make it a point to cast your vote. Vote for the right candidate & vote for a better tomorrow.Will you do it?
5 responses
• India
2 Apr 09
NO I have not voted for past several years now neither do I intend to do so now. There is no candidate in my constituency whom I favour. If my vote is invaluable, I don’t want to give this invaluable support to somebody whom I don’t endorse in any way. I hardly know the sitting MP of my constituency…he has hardly bothered to show his face. I don’t know what developments have taken place…I hardly see anything apart from the perfunctory painting of roads and cleaning of drains…just before the elections! The main challenger is a public figure whom I have no respect for…so no question of voting for him either. If I don’t go, somebody else will cast my vote…I know that, to be its better than endorsing a person who has done nothing for my area. It would have been best if the EVMs had ‘none’ option…I would have voted then.
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@rashmie (948)
• United Arab Emirates
2 Apr 09
Terrorists also want that the faith of the general masses from the democracy of India get dwindled. You are showing a very wrong attitude. This is your country...and where is people who are doing what they are supposed to do, or not corrupt. Do you think it is Bollywood. Vote..Vote and Vote...
@xboxboy (5578)
31 Mar 09
i agree with your discussion completely. you can not underestimate how important the election in India is to the rest of the world. i hope all goes well.
@rashmie (948)
• United Arab Emirates
31 Mar 09
yes, this election has lots to do with the emerging order of the world. Henry Kissinger had once said, India lives in a tough neighborhood. However, the toughness index has increased manifold since then as we can see in the volatile situation is Pakistan, Afghanistan, Srilanks and Bangladesh. Pakistan is going to be a focal point in the coming years. In this scenario India needs a strong and stable leadership. India is already involved in the nation building process in Afghanistan. Hope it will do the same with Pakistan...but for that the terrorism must be ended. The Indian leadership is also needed other major international disputes particularly in Sudan and Iran.
@rajikoshy (741)
• India
2 Apr 09
thanks for this Yes we all should vote and make a difference. but do not vote for a person just because he is from that party you belive. vote for a party that will make India ( Real India) look into the history and see the problem created by parties and their ideology before voting. look back into last few years, some states had different party that is change in the party, see also the problems that followed in these states. Do we want India a free country, the rich one in the world. Go out and Vote. I would not like India to be like what happened in Indonesia or in Iraq No hard core laws and no moral policing, no discrimination between langague cast or creed or religion. let us learn to be One India.
@vipinl (802)
• India
1 Apr 09
Thanks for reminding.., and which party are you going to vote for.
@rashmie (948)
• United Arab Emirates
31 Mar 09
The same call should emanate from every corner of the country. The time has come when we should aspire for a people representatives in place of rude politicians as we have today. This is also the time to think beyond parochialism and religious sentiments, Catesist prejudices and nepotism. We have to think about our country. Local issues can be deal with in state elections. There should also be a thinking on the role of regional parties. Whether they are necessary in a general election or their role should be limited to the regional elections. More often we have seen that in the parliament, which is supposed to discuss issues of national importance, the minor local issues took central stage. The leaders of regional parties when become the minister their main attention is towards their state because of the obvious reasons.