Wednesday, April 29, 2009


Hi folks this is my 2nd post and this time around it is more on INDIAN election 2009. As we all know we are the biggest democracy of all times and our country is going into an election which would define INDIA's Image as a developing nation.

We have done well in the last 5 years to change the face of our nation by creating more jobs, more FDI invenstments, and SENSEX touching 21k but in the process we have been affected by number of attacks by terrorists, anti social elements like Raj Thackrey and Muthalik. All these things have dented our nations image and we have been tagged "NOT SAFE COUNTRY". Tournaments like Davis Cup and champioons league have been called off which is a shame for hospitable country like ours.

As we enter into the Phase 3 of elections Polling moves into important cities like mumbai, ahmedabad and many others. We all wish if INDIA can have a PM candidate like OBAMA who has brought about the change which USA needed for quite sometime. Not that he has turned the tables around but yes he has brought positve vibes not only to USA but also to the whole world.

The 15th Lok sabaha elections has 35% of its eligible voters categorised as "Youth" and this youth can make the difference in elections 2009. We as Youth of the nation need to vote and vote for the person who we think can bring the change and think like the common man.

We as country have suffered enough from terror attacks and it our duty now to see that we elect a PM who will put an end to such attacks and get our security beefed up to max and make our county non- penetrateable. What we need now is not anymore of Masjid's ,churches, temples or terrorist attacks. What we need is better education system, easier access to government systems, better roads, Platforms for the public, better public transport ,better drainage systems in cities so that cities are not submerged when we have torrential rainfall and most important of all what we need is NUCLEAR ENERGY sot that every part of our country can recieve electricity.

Our list of demands can go on and on but i would like to stop here for now. I urge every single eligible voter to exercise his VOTE POWER and help in bringing about the change which we need as a nation. Do not vote based on caste, creed or religion, VOTE for the person who you think can give our nation a btter future.

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