Civics

In India, every citizen above the age of __________ is entitled to vote.


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In India, there is universal adult suffrage which means that every adult above the age of 18 years is eligible to vote in an election. It enables every adult citizen of the country to participate in the process of government formation. Elections are conducted by a constitutional body named Election Commission.
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