#ActivIndia In Noida | Here's What The Youth Of Noida Has To Say About The Government And Democracy

#ActivIndia, A Movement By Activa

Politics is a part of our life, right from education through government institutions to the subsidies on food, it is important that one casts their vote as it is very important to actively participate in elections, as they have an opportunity to choose a representative who will help them.  

Written By Digital Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

Honda Activa launches a one of its kind, #ActivIndia campaign during the election season to encourage more and more people to cast their votes to make a difference. It prompts the citizens to realize that they are the ones who can give the “desh chalane ka license” - the license to run the country. 

Politics is a part of our life, right from education through government institutions to the subsidies on food, it is important that one casts their vote as it is very important to actively participate in elections, as they have an opportunity to choose a representative who will help them.  

There are initiatives like Honda’s #ActivIndia that are to encourage maximum participation during elections. It is a call to every young individual out there to realize how important each vote is and urges them to contribute to the reshaping of the nation’s government.   

Here’s how you can support #ActivIndia -   

1. Pledge to Vote: Visit www.hondaactivindia.com & join the #ActivIndia movement  

2. Set SMS reminder: Select your polling date on the website and get reminded a day before.  

3. Join the movement through missed call: Just give a missed call on 9870500111 and support the #ActivIndia movement by taking a pledge to vote  

4. Frame your pledge: Show the world your customized pledge frame and spread awareness.  

5. Spread the cause: Upload your pledge certificate on social media and ask your friends and family to take the pledge too!  

6. Every vote counts: Ensure two votes are cast for every two-wheeler. Ride to the polling booth with a pillion. 

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