Lok Sabha elections 2019: PM Narendra Modi's four requests to voters

File photo of Narendra Modi. Photograph:( Reuters )

WION Web Team New Delhi, Delhi, India Mar 13, 2019, 10.55 AM (IST)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has composed one more blog in which he had spoken to the voters of India to take an interest in extensive numbers in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls 2019 for the purpose of a stable and strong government.

In a blog on his own site, he said that the process of voting ought to be an event of festivity and not a source of anguish.

The PM made four requests to the voters — get registered as a voter, check the electoral rolls, plan for the voting day and mobilise other people to participate in the election process.

"If your name is missing, raise it with the relevant authorities and if you have shifted residence, ensure that your name shifts to the voter rolls of your new place of stay," the PM wrote.


The PM reminded the voters, especially the young voters, that elections are around the corner and all those who are eligible to vote must exercise this power to elect a stable and strong government.