We went inside, we were the only one there to vote at that time. Dad went inside first, I was, I don’t know why, but a bit nervous. My dad came out with his inked finger. My mum went in. Meanwhile, my di told me to rub the ink when the person applies it, so it won’t leave a mark.
Anyway, then I entered the rickety enclosure of cardboard where three EVMs were kept. Imagine 41 candidates from just a single constituency! So 3 EVM’s were expected, one EVM can accommodate only 16 candidate’s name. I was searching for the person’s party symbol for him I was supposed to vote( yes I had to look for the symbol, because I couldn’t read the name, forgot my specs at home). I went through all the symbols but couldn’t find him, I panicked and just hoped I don’t have to shout and asked the volunteers sitting there because this thought struck me immediately!
Then my sis went in and cast her vote. We headed back home, telling other people who met us to vote for sure.
Nice experience. I’m happy I did my part 🙂
Till the next time!
P.S. 1) If you are reading this, and at a place where the 4th phase of the election is taking place and it’s still not 5 pm yet, please go and vote.
2) I have got the ink mark on my index finger, and Bikanerwala is offering a 15 pc off, so I ‘ll be out today evening for a family dinner.
3) Though I wanted to enjoy the discounts on other shopping items, I’ll have to suppress this “inner urge of this shopaholic”, because its exam times, so I have to study. Shopping(without discount though..) can wait.