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VICE Votes: Young Indian Voters Speak Up On General Elections 2019

As India votes to get its next government, we get young Indians to talk about politics, culture, identity, and what they think is the need of the hour for the country.
01 May 2019, 4:51am

It is being said that India’s young will decide the outcome of the general elections in 2019. With two-thirds of India's population under 35 years of age and 45 million voting for the first time ever, they can be a gamechanger for the outcome. But what are they thinking? What are the issues that matter to them, and which politicians are they rooting for? Would they ever enter politics to be the change they seek? We spoke to some of them to get answers to these questions, and more.

This article originally appeared on VICE ASIA.