The 2014 general elections are just around the corner. In the 66th year of our independence, we must take an oath to not sell our votes and our self-respect, to not vote in the name of caste, creed or religion. Instead, we must choose those candidates who are committed to a corruption-free and crime-free society.
Casting a vote once in five years is not enough for a democracy to thrive; its citizens must ensure that they engage on a regular basis with the government as participants.
With this in mind, we share with you information about laws that can help citizen participation in governance and those not yet passed that need your advocacy and support.