22 April 2014

Win 8 Style Logo Spurs Voters In Crucial Elections

The logotype below is a symbol for the ongoing elections to the Indian parliament. The elected members of Lok Sabha (“The House of the People”) will in turn appoint the next Central Government, so the future of India depends on the outcome of this election.
2014 lok sabha elections
 I think the modern logo appeals to young, well educated people like the members of the team, and their votes may very well decide the future of India. As India is one of the most rapidly developing countries, this election is given much attention throughout the world.

Three Parties
The main political parties in this election are: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Indian National Congress (INC) and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP).

Indian National Congress is the oldest party in India. Currently Sonia Gandhi is the Chairperson of this party, and her son Rahul Gandhi will probably be the Prime Minister candidate in the election.

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is one of the strongest parties of India, and Narendra Modi is the Prime Minister post candidate in this election. Once he was a tea seller at the railway station, and he is currently the Chief Minister of Gujarat.

Aam Aadmi Party, established in 2012, is completely new in this race, and their main goal is to fight corruption. Arvind Kejriwal is the Prime Minister candidate of this party

Economy and Infrastructure
  • Economy: The rupee has fallen against the U.S. dollar, the gold price has increased, and farmers have committed suicide because they didn’t get a reasonable payment for their crops. This makes the economy a major issue in the election. There has also been a continuous boost in the price of fuel, vegetables, gas, salt etc. makes it difficult for poor and middle class people to manage.
  • Employment: India has a large amount of well educated people but not enough job opportunities. Too many are left unemployed due to lack of job opportunities
  • Infrastructure: Today all parts of India are facing problems with bad roads, shortage of electricity and water supply. Several small towns have the electricity cut off for more than 18 hours a day. Now Indians want a country where they have roads that meet international standards, 24 hours electricity and water supply in all towns or cities.
  • Corruption: There is a huge amount of corruption in India, which obstructs development and economic growth. So “No corruption” is the one of the most important issues in this election.
  • Women safety: In the last few years the crime ratio against women has increased shockingly. Now women are not feeling safe in India, which makes women safety a major issue in the election. on the election day
The Indore office will be closed on 24th April due to the election in this region. Our responsible employees will vote to support their desired candidates, and we all hope that the new government will sort out problems, and make India a better and more developed country to live in.

Kate Kalmstrom
Sales and Marketing Business Solutions

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