Time To Tell Youngsters 'Apna Time Aa Gaya Hai', Writes PM Narendra Modi To Ranveer Singh, Varun Dhawan And Vicky Kaushal Ahead Of 2019 Lok Sabha Elections. Read Here

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has tagged the Bollywood film fraternity in a series of tweets, urging them to help bring more people out to vote in the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections.

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has tagged the Bollywood film fraternity in a series of tweets, urging them to help bring more people out to vote in the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections. Writing to them, he said, 'Many youngsters admire you. It is time to tell them: Apna Time Aa Gaya Hai and that it is time to turn up with high Josh to a voting centre near you'

Read his tweet below: 

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PM Narendra Modi reached out prominent personalities from a wide spectrum of society soon after posting a blog in which he made “four requests for democracy”. This comes barely four weeks ahead of the first phase of the Lok Sabha election.

In his blog, PM Modi said the election is an “occasion for celebration” while asserting that “not voting causes great anguish”.

“Would you want a situation where something happens in the country that you disapprove of and you are forced to think - because I did not go vote that day, this unfortunate situation has arisen and the nation is suffering,” reads PM Modi’s latest blog.

“Spare yourself from that regret and go vote,” advises the prime minister, who also said that by voting, people connect themselves with the country’s dreams and aspirations.

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The “four requests”, as put out by PM Narendra 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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