The importance of votes is limited to the elections only.Our constitution gives us the right to vote so that we can choose our representative who can put our side in the decisions of the country, but do we really know the importance of our votes. Even today, there are many people who consider the vote as only a duty and many people have no meaning even with the result. There are some who do not even go to vote. Due to all these, today, on January 25, the National Voter Day is celebrated every year so that the public can be made aware.
Voting is not just a duty, but it's our contribution to the progress of the country, so we should consider it not only a fundamental right but a responsibility to be a citizen towards the nation, only then, we can become a true patriot.
But then a question comes that the vote has any value because this value is only understood until our leader wins. Once an election is held, the vote or voter may not have any value. Is Voter day just to make voters aware, or does it also teach leaders about our voting rights?