Check Out How Tamil Nadu Election Commission Invokes Super Heroes To Encourage People To Vote

The Logical Indian

February 6th, 2016 / 6:06 PM

Source: thenewsminute

Act your age. This is what the Tamil elections CEO has to say with all the new posters asking people to check if their names are there on the voters list.

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The official page of the Election commission on Twitter has published posters showing video games, Shaktimaan, Bugs Bunny, Cartoon Network and asking, “Have you ever watched this? Then you are old enough to vote,” says the posters.

 

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There are posters in Tamil also which says, “Naduvula Konjam Pera Kanum” (You might see few names in between) and “Kanna Nee Enge Eppo Eppdi Vote Panra Nu Yaarukkum Theriyaathu Aan Vote Panre Nerathula Voters List La Peru Correct-Ah Irrukkanum” (Child, no one knows where, when and how you will be voting, when you vote, your name should be correct in the voter’s list).

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