But now the scenario is changing as the youth constitutes almost 34% of the Indian population. They tend to make the right decision after looking at every pros and cons of the political system.
In Bangalore, Prof Rajeev Gowde - IIM Bangalore conducted an internship in 2014 where youngsters from different background were exposed to the elections, where they had to participate in campaigns, speech, and seminars etc. of the elections agenda. Finally this brought a change, in the mindsets of young minds and their apathy towards the whole political world. This change led them to vote for the first time representing the educated youth eager to join politics and make a difference.
Moreover, today’s youth is concerned about the government policies to ensure economic growth, employment opportunities and the very need of development when will not only effect the country but also the economic relation with countries s blame game politics won’t help at all. The only solution to this is bringing at foreign investments in our country and home, it is important to select the right leader and party with will play a game changing role is Indian politics