Last Updated On January 04, 2014 by Vinayak SP
At New Delhi, India, on a pleasurable morning in August, over 200 state & national politicians gathered together for a crash-course to discuss about social media & its influence on elections. Amongst those who attended the one-day workshop were famous lawmakers who have 1 billion followers on social network. The members attended to executives from social networking giant Google, Facebook, Twitter and mobile messaging service app like WeChat; on the topic of how social media can be exploited to interact with voters for upcoming general election 2014. "If we are thinking about long term future, today we need to build a strong platform with social media" concluded on the conference. Today, India is ready for General Elections which require few months to be complete, but surely this time the form of such elections gonna be different from others. Report by IAMAI and IMRB International express that; the latest results from five states shows; the motivation of all voters, really they want to modify the traditional model of politics to the more clear & active model with the help of new social media inclinations which represents the involvement as well as increasing voting ratio of youth.