10 Lines on National Voters’ Day

National Voters’ day is regarded as an important day in India and is commemorated with great zeal and enthusiasm throughout the nation. India is a democratic nation and thus formation of the government depends upon the people of the nation. The elections are held in different parts of the nation to choose the representatives for running the government. People cast their votes in favor of their desired candidates during the elections. Voting is considered the most essential procedure in the elections. More participation of people in the voting procedure means that more people are taking part in the political process. It has been noticed that many people do not go to vote during the elections. It is necessary for everybody having attained the age of 18 years to cast votes during the elections.

Ten Lines on National Voters’ Day in English

National Voters’ Day is an important topic for school students and exam aspirants. Students are asked several times in the different exams to write about the national voters’ day. Here are sets of ten lines provided below on this topic. It will be beneficial to all the students in giving them a quick idea of the topic.


1) Every year the 25th of January is observed as National Voters’ Day in India.

2) The day has been in existence since 25th January 2011.

3) The day also marks the foundation day of the Election Commission of India in the year 1950.

4) The vision of celebrating this day is to make people aware of voting and taking part in the political process of the nation.

5) On every National Voters’ Day, new voters are encouraged and enrolled in the electoral rolls.

6) The new voters are also congratulated and provided with the Electors’ Photo Identity Card.

7) There is a provision of distribution of national awards for excellence and innovation in election processes on this event.

8) The officials of the election machinery, media, government department/agency/PSU, CSO are eligible for this award.

9) Several programs are held throughout the nation to encourage people to become part of the electoral process.

10) The celebration of this day every year makes people realize the importance of voting in elections.


1)25th January is celebrated as National Voters’ Day annually in India.

2) This day was celebrated for the first time on 25th January in the year 2011.

3) National voters’ day has been celebrated every year since 2011 with a particular theme.

4) The celebration of this day every year in New Delhi is marked by the presence of the President of India as the chief guest of the event.

5) India has celebrated its 11th National Voters’ Day in the year 2021.

6) ‘Making Our Voters Empowered, Vigilant, Safe, and Informed’ was the theme of the celebration of National voters’ day 2021.

7) The effort of the Election commission for conducting safe elections during pandemic Covid-19 was appreciated in the event.

8) The National awards for best electoral practices were announced and given by the President to the outstanding officers and other stakeholders.

9) The President of India had launched the Election commission of India’s Web Radio: ‘Hello Voters’ on National voters’ day 2021.

10) The digital version of Electors Photo Identity Card named e-EPIC was also instituted at this event by Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad.


Every year since the year 2011 India is celebrating National voters’ day to make people know and practice their rights of voting. India will be celebrating its 12th National voters’ day in the year 2022. The initiation of digital radio service for making people aware of the voting and participation in political processes will foster the effort. The programs in the form of drama, skits, speeches, songs, discussions, stories, etc in different languages can be easily heard by people in the entire nation. Moreover, the launching of electronic electors’ photo identity cards will help people to retrieve information easily from the voter helpline applications. The major objective of commemorating this day is to make the eligible people come forward for a vote and become part of political processes in the nation.

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FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions on National Voters’ Day

Q.1 When was the election commission of India founded?

Ans. The election commission of India was founded on the 25th of January in the year 1950.

Q.2 What was the minimum voting age for people before the year 1988?

Ans. The minimum voting age for people before the year 1988 was 21 years.

Q.3 Which amendment of the constitution of India was meant for lowering the age of voting from 21 to 18 years?

Ans. The 61st amendment of the constitution of India was meant for lowering the age of voting from 21 to 18 years.