It is the election’s season, all manifestos are out, politicians are out on the road to promote their respective parties, film stars and other influential celebrities are up on TV asking the janta to go vote and bring a change. These politicians, actors, and promoters everyone are an integral part of elections but most important of them (and probably the most misled too) are India’s voters.
Campusghanta presents to you the different types of voters that are apparently going to bring a change in the society:
1. Bakra Voters.
“Tu kaunse college mein admission le raha hai?”
“ABC college mein.”
“Main bhi yahi college join karunga.”
“Tu kaunse colour ki underwear pehen raha hai?”
“Main bhi blue hi pehnunga.”
We all know such kind of people who blindly follow whatever their other friends do without putting much thought to it. Same is the case with a section of voters who without any proper understanding, blindly vote the politicians whom their friends support and later blame the politicians for an unstable government.
These type of practical fools who use others brains to think and function are called Bakras.
2. पूर्वज Voters.
“Humari sau pushte Gandhi parivaar ko vote karti aa rahi hai, aaj bhi chaahe voh kitne bhi chutiye kyun na ho, vote toh tumhe congress ko hi karna padega bachhon.”
There are people who eat, dress, marry, plan out their honeymoon and even VOTE according to their elders’ wish. Its high time this category of voters start to have an opinion of their own, otherwise the nation will remain stuck in the swamp of negligence.
3. Pseudo Voters.
The Internet is the best place to abuse, criticize and rant about every silly thing. These Internet maniacs have views about every single party; they will keep a time-to-time update about every political event and post a status or a tweet about it in order to be a part of “I-am-jobless-give-me-some-attention” club. These type of voters are called pseudo voters who will teach everyone on the Internet about the importance of voting but they themselves will never step out of their houses to actually cast a vote.
4. Multiple Choice Question Voters.
Remember that time during an exam when you were handed with a Multiple Choice Question paper and the best way to find the correct answer among the four options was Akkad Bakkad Bambe Bo?
The same situation is with this category of voters who select their leaders purely on the basis of luck.
5. Kuch-Nahi-Ho-Sakta-Is-Desh-Ka Voters.
There are voters who themselves won’t vote and encourage others to do the same. If you have even a minimum amount of optimism left in you, you got to meet this category of voters for whom the answer to every question is, “Itne saal se koi tarakki nahi huyi toh ab kya hogi, koi fayda nahi vote karke. Kuch nahi ho sakta is desh ka bhai!”
In the end, it’s Campusghanta’s request to all the readers to go vote and redeem their rights for better opportunities. Also, the Indian Medical Association is offering a 25% discount in the health checkup of every individual who casts a vote this year.
So strengthen the nation and strengthen your health.
P.S.- There can be grammatical mistakes in this post, do not pelt stones at my home.