- You are enthusiastic about voting
Whether it’s the Parliament, State Assembly elections or the election for your ward head, you always make sure that you have that little ink mark on your finger. In a democracy, voting is the biggest power and you exercise this right to change the fate of the nation.
- You know your rights
You know your fundamental rights and how to protect them as well. You try to gather as much knowledge as you can.
- You are always ready to help others
Societies were built to help the needy . You always try to help others in whatever way you can, whether its just helping an old man crossing the road or volunteering for a good cause.
- You respect others’ lifestyles
With such a large population and the presence of different languages, religions and geographical areas, people are bound to have variance in their lifestyle. As a sensible citizen, you respect every one’s beliefs, whether it is about the clothes they wear or the God they worship .
- You are more than just a bystander
As an active citizen, you know that in a democracy you have to play an active role rather than being a bystander. You actually go out and try to make an impact through your actions. While others are just busy in criticising.
Compiled by – Media Team