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'Finger food' incentive for Delhi voters

lifestyle Updated: Apr 08, 2014 18:25 IST
Aakriti Sawhney
Aakriti Sawhney
Hindustan Times
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After petrol pumps ­offering a discount to all those who get inked on April 10, it’s city ­restaurants that have decided to proffer ­discounts to those who will vote this Thursday.

While some have planned a 10-15% discount on the final bill, others have decided to slash prices on April 9, a day before Delhi goes to polls, for all those who come with their voter IDs.


Pranay Kumar of Roost Bistro, Hauz Khas Village says, "We want to encourage people to vote. We feel this is how we could do our bit towards the nation."

Restaurateur Priyank Sukhija adds, "Now that April 10 has been declared a holiday, it’s all the more reason to encourage people to come out and vote. We will offer a 10% ­discount to voters at all our outlets."

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There’s a prize for party-loving voters too. Club BW in New Friends colony has rolled out a 15% discount on entry while Hadippa in Rajouri Garden is offering free desserts. And, there’s more on the election menu — Soda Bottle Opener Wala in Gurgaon is serving Egg Kejriwal and Pure Punjab in Khan Market has BJP, AAP and Congress platters!