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“You give but little when you give of your possessions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give.” - Kahlil Gibran

So, the February of 2015 saw the coming of Mr Arvind Kejriwal as Delhi’s 7th Chief Minister, having abandoned his seat last year. Before the elections, we had taken a casual survey and found out that a substantial amount of people were reluctant to vote. So, a day before the polls and on the polling day, i.e. 7th February, our volunteers got out of the home, voted for their favourite candidate and took to the streets.


They held up banners all around Delhi NCR, on cross-roads, malls (in Noida and Faridabad) and shopping complexes to inspire people to vote. Our smiles knew no bounds when we saw people smiling at us, giving us the thumbs-up and lauding our efforts along with going to vote. We took pride in knowing that we had a hand in seeing a record percentage of voters showing up at polling booths and voting for what they believed was an appropriate candidate for the legislature of Delhi. The rest is history.

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