2014-04-11 12:55:05 - Tune in to IBN-Lokmat this Saturday the 12th of April at 6.30 pm to know more about what the Muslims in India think about the elections.
Pune 11thApril 2014: The Indian General Elections of 2014 are already here with over 800 million voters on their way to cast their votes. India is one of the most diverse nations in the world having a mix of population of Hindus, Muslims, Christians and other religions. India is home to people from various castes, religions and cultures and this makes it one of the largest democracies in the world. IBN-Lokmat presents Janatecha Jahirnama, a show that will throw light on the Muslim voters in India. Tune in to IBN-Lokmat this Saturday the12thof April at 6.30 pm to know more about what the Muslims in India think about the elections. This show of Janatecha Jahirnama is presented by Hero &
co presented by AJNARA.
Nearly one-fourth of the world’s population today is Muslim. India's itself has over 1.2 billion people including 150 million Muslims, who form a significant minority in Uttar Pradesh, the country's most populous state and a key electoral battleground.A large number of Muslims are also found in the states of Bihar, West Bengal and Kerala.Muslim votes are important for all political parties as they form a significant proportion of our population. Many a times Muslims are wooed and influenced by different parties only during the election season and the promises made to them are later forgotten. Muslims being a minority in India deserve an equal status as well as an equal access to development, education and various other government policies. India needs to grow politically, economically as well as socially in order to become a developed nation. Religion based politics only causes divide and hostility between groups that slows down the development of a nation.
IBN-Lokmat brings to you the thoughts and views of Muslim voters from various places. Watch Janatecha Jahirnama only on IBN-Lokmat this Saturday 12th April at 6.30 pm to know more about what the Muslims think of the general elections and their voting preferences.