Christian Youths launch website pray for Indian General Elections

Christian Youths launch website pray for Indian General ElectionsIndia began its poll exercise for the General Election 2014 (Lok Sabha) in nine phases from April 07, 2014. It would last until May 12 to elect 543 members of parliament to constitute the 16th Lok Sabha. The election results will be declared four days later. The main contest is between the United Progressive Alliance (UPA), the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) and the Third Front. However, the main competition will be between Indian National Congress led by United Progressive Alliance (UPA) and Bharatiya Janata Party led National Democratic Alliance.

About India’s General Election-2014

India is the most populous democracy in the world has an electoral strength of 814.5 million. The country has an asymmetric federal government, with elected officials at the federal, state and local levels. The head of Government, the Prime Minister is elected by the members of Lok Sabha, the lower house of parliament. The world's biggest elections are scheduled to run from April 07, 2014 to May 12, 2014 in nine phases, during which voting will take place at about 9,30,000 polling stations throughout all the 543 parliamentary constituencies of India.

A group of Christian youths has launched an innovative website that randomly assigns willing visitors the name of a Lok Sabha constituency to pray for during the 2014 General Elections in India. One of the youths said the group members are all Christians with strong belief in the power of prayer. The website also has a touching prayer for the elections. There is also a Facebook page at
After launched the website, S Denzil, one of young men involved with the website explained, “Our rationale is that if good representatives are elected from each constituency, the parliament will be full of good people and India will get a good government”. He added, “We need as many people’s prayers as possible”. He said “” invites all India lovers to pledge their prayers for the nation as it prepares to elect new leaders”.

The Website’s Main page

The prayer has an attractive background image incorporating the hues of the nation’s tricolor and allows visitors to enter their names and email addresses. Upon clicking the “Adopt” button, the visitor is randomly presented with the name of a constituency to pray for, along with a couple of external sites which provide additional information about one’s ‘adopted’ constituency. All this information is transmitted to the prayer volunteer as a one-time email for reference.
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