Bangalore, May 4: Scorching heat and graveyard shifts of BPO employees have not snubbed the voting spirits of Delhi BPO employees. The BPO employees will be casting their votes on May 7, the Election day though its not a holiday.
Some of the employees have a slight dissatisfaction that they will not be casting their votes with their families. Aditi, a BPO employee will have a night shift of 10 pm to 8 am. But she is determined to vote after she returns to home, though she will not be casting her vote with her family. "Will be casting my vote at 9.30 am".
Some BPO employees feel the need to boost the present youth to participate in elections and choose their right leader. Vidushi Bhatia, a 20-year-old working as a quality analyst with Noida-based firm ienergizer, said, 'Come what may I will vote for sure. However, some of my friends are not really bothered about the whole election process. Specific awareness campaigns should have been designed for people working in the BPO industry.'
Come what may, in these times of recession and in a phase where country is facing a grim situation, it is everybody's right to elect their right leader. Do vote.