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PM Modi Requests Deepika Padukone, Alia Bhatt And Anushka Sharma To Encourage A Large 2019 Election Voter Turnout. Here's His Appeal

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Published:

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  • With less than a month left for the Lok Sabha polls to begin and the nation to cast its votes, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged the voters of India to fulfill one of their prime duties - Voting.

With less than a month left for the Lok Sabha polls to begin and the nation to cast its votes, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged the voters of India to fulfill one of their prime duties - Voting. Along with that, he has also taken to Twitter and tagged national and Bollywood celebrities urging them to them to help bring more people out to vote in the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections. 

Tagging Bollywood celebrities in the likes of Deepika Padukone, Alia Bhatt and Anushka Sharma, the honourable Prime Minister wrote, 'Requesting @deepikapadukone, @aliaa08 and @AnushkaSharma to urge people to vote in large numbers for the coming elections. As renowned film personalities whose work is admired by many, I am sure their message will have a positive impact on our citizens.'

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Read his tweet below: 

Meanwhile, apart from this, PM Narendra Modi also shared 'Four requests for Democracy' wherein he appealed to the eligible young voters to register for voting and encouraged people to spread awareness about the importance of voting in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls. 

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His four requests to the citizens of the country include: 

  • Register now 
  • Check thoroughly 
  • Plan well 
  • Mobilise others 

The “four requests”, as put out by PM Modi, are for the eligible voters to get themselves registered, make sure their names figure in the list of electoral rolls, plan their voting schedule to make sure they use franchise and to mobilise friends and families to vote in large numbers.

 

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