Lakhs of Indians across 121 constituencies in 12 states voted on Thursday in the fifth and largest phase of Lok Sabha elections.
As these voters waited for their turn to cast ballots, in the biggest display of democracy in the world, we asked them what changes they wanted to see in the country through their votes.
Here are some of the best responses:
@htTweets people should be able to select candidates, who will be standing in elections. Till now only 10-12 people decide our choice!— Avantika Srivastava (@avantika_s) April 17, 2014
@htTweets creating rape crisis center in every district throughout India, providing adequate security and help to women & children!— Avantika Srivastava (@avantika_s) April 17, 2014
#MyIndiaMyVote people should not die because of hunger— pratik jain (@_ajmera) April 17, 2014
@htTweets bridge the gap between the rich and poor to tackle poverty and unemployment.— Avantika Srivastava (@avantika_s) April 17, 2014