When the election currently happening in India, political parties in India are leaving no stone unturned for the Indian general elections 2019. The election is being held in seven phases to constitute the 17th Lok Sabha.

When the election currently happening in India, political parties in India are leaving no stone unturned for the Indian general elections 2019. The election is being held in seven phases to constitute the 17th Lok Sabha. The counting of votes will be conducted on 23 May, and the results will be declared.
With campaigns being aggressive, it is not just in India but NRI political units across the globe are conducting campaigns be it through speeches, songs or creative initiatives.

In Bahrain Indian Youth Cultural Congress (IYCC) as part of its campaign held a session with representatives and prominent political leaders addressed the current situation in India and highlighted the importance of the 2019 elections.

 

“The necessity to vote has been time and again been voiced by IYCC. The initiatives that most of them have taken to travel to India and be part of campaigns and cast their votes is commendable. The 2019 Indian elections isn’t a simple matter, and the Indian National Congress and the UDF has recognized its importance but sympathizes with other parties who haven’t” said Shamsudhin Vellikulangara

 

He addressed the issue of fascism that has been heard and acknowledged for the past five years in India. Although it was merely a word that was known, over the past years the real meaning of what fascism is all about has been experienced by the people, emphasized the speaker.

“The present leaders are dictating terms and are trying to controlling our thoughts, what we need to eat, how to clothe ourselves and are imposing them on the people. This is not baseless but it’s the reality and it’s what we have been experiencing for the past five years” he added.

He told expatriates that they had a crucial role in the elections and they shouldn’t think their vote wouldn’t make a difference. He also emphasized that false allegations would be spread a day before the elections by other parties to sway people’s mind.

 

“Representing the IYCC, many expatriates from Bahrain have travelled to Kerala campaigning and preparing for the elections, many of whom have taken leave from their jobs for this specific purpose,” said IYCC president Blessen Mathew during the event.

 

 

Over 900 million people are eligible to vote and the process has begun. As per EC's announcement, the General elections in Kerala will be held in a single phase on April 23rd. Voting in Kerala will be held for 20 Lok Sabha seats.

The counting of votes will be conducted on 23 May, and the results will be declared.

With campaigns being aggressive, it is not just in India but NRI political units across the globe are conducting campaigns be it through speeches, songs or creative initiatives.

In Bahrain Indian Youth Cultural Congress (IYCC) as part of its campaign held a session with representatives and prominent political leaders addressed the current situation in India and highlighted the importance of the 2019 elections.

“The necessity to vote has been time and again been voiced by IYCC. The initiatives that most of them have taken to travel to India and be part of campaigns and cast their votes is commendable. The 2019 Indian elections isn’t a simple matter, and the Indian National Congress and the UDF has recognized its importance  but sympathizes with other parties who haven’t” said Shamsudhin Vellikulangara

He addressed the issue of fascism that has been heard and acknowledged for the past five years in India. Although it was merely a word that was known, over the past years the real meaning of what fascism is all about has been experienced by the people, emphasized the speaker.

“The present leaders are dictating terms and are trying to controlling our thoughts, what we need to eat, how to clothe ourselves and are imposing them on the people. This is not baseless but it’s the reality and it’s what we have been experiencing for the past five years” he added.

He told expatriates that they had a crucial role in the elections and they shouldn’t think their vote wouldn’t make a difference.  He also emphasized that false allegations would be spread a day before the elections by other parties to sway people’s mind.

“Representing the IYCC, many expatriates from Bahrain have travelled to Kerala campaigning and preparing for the elections, many of whom have taken leave from their jobs for this specific purpose,” said IYCC president Blessen Mathew during the event.

Over 900 million people are eligible to vote and the process has begun.  As per EC's announcement, the General elections in Kerala will be held in a single phase on April 23rd. Voting in Kerala will be held for 20 Lok Sabha seats.