In 2014 Loksabha Election I painted a bridge for voting awareness with the entire heritage and political history of Gujarat at the town hall This monument bridges the gap between old and new Ahmedabad yesterday and today history and modern values thus being the right choice as a symbol to bridge the gap between the citizens and the governance This year for Loksabha Election 2019 we wanted to do something different We wanted to cover a large area and extend our reach to pan Gujarat But we also wanted the idea to work as a symbol and we could spot that symbol from our daily lives Zebra Crossing a relevant and well received current change in the citizens in terms of traffic rules seemed like the apt chocie The Traffic sense of Indians has been widely criticised But in the recent times with the e memo being introduced and implemented well Gujarat suddenly has people waiting patiently behind the zebra crossing with utmost discipline We used this opportunity to make a creative merging with the Zebra that works as a reminder of the democratic rights and its value before the elections To keep the traffic in order Zebra stands for stop wait see and go when your turn comes It treats citizens as equals and gives them organised well planned opportunity to move forward The privileged with vehicles wait patiently for the walkers to pass by safely The Indian election too is a process where the democracy allows all citizens the same power to stop look clearly into the ones who wish to govern and choose the one who will bring equal opportunities for all to move forward in life at the same pace And so zebra become the symbol for us this year to convey our message Pan Gujarat the ECI and the collectors permitted our design of a hand that indicates Ab Watan Dabayega Button to be painted at the biggest cross roads of the cities in Gujarat With our branding there Red FM could cater to lacs of people every day reminding them that the big responsibility they have on their shoulders during this election Stop see and Go redfmindia nisha_narayanan rajatuppal1609 herain_patel ranjitphatak piyu_bhargava

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In 2014 Loksabha Election I painted a bridge for voting awareness with the entire heritage and political history of Gujarat at the town hall. This monument bridges the gap between old and new Ahmedabad, yesterday and today, history and modern values, thus being the right choice as a symbol to bridge the gap between the citizens and the governance.

This year for Loksabha Election 2019 we wanted to do something different. We wanted to cover a large area and extend our reach to pan Gujarat. But we also wanted the idea to work as a symbol and we could spot that symbol from our daily lives.
Zebra Crossing : a relevant and well received current change in the citizens in terms of traffic rules seemed like the apt chocie. The Traffic sense of Indians has been widely criticised. But in the recent times with the e-memo being introduced and implemented well, Gujarat suddenly has people waiting patiently behind the zebra crossing with utmost discipline. We used this opportunity to make a creative merging with the Zebra that works as a reminder of the democratic rights and its value before the elections.

To keep the traffic in order, Zebra stands for stop, wait, see and go when your turn comes. It treats citizens as equals and gives them organised well planned opportunity to move forward. The privileged with vehicles wait patiently for the walkers to pass by safely. The Indian election too is a process where the democracy allows all citizens the same power to stop, look clearly into the ones who wish to govern and choose the one who will bring equal opportunities for all to move forward in life at the same pace. And so zebra become the symbol for us this year to convey our message.

Pan Gujarat the ECI and the collectors permitted our design of a hand that indicates “Ab Watan Dabayega Button” to be painted at the biggest cross roads of the cities in Gujarat. With our branding there, Red FM could cater to lacs of people every day, reminding them that the big responsibility they have on their shoulders during this election.

Stop, see and Go.

@redfmindia @nisha_narayanan @rajatuppal1609 @herain_patel @ranjitphatak @piyu_bhargava

In 2014 Loksabha Election I painted a bridge for voting awareness with the entire heritage and political history of Gujarat at the town hall. This monument bridges the gap between old and new Ahmedabad, yesterday and today, history and modern values, thus being the right choice as a symbol to bridge the gap between the citizens and the governance. This year for Loksabha Election 2019 we wanted to do something different. We wanted to cover a large area and extend our reach to pan Gujarat. But we also wanted the idea to work as a symbol and we could spot that symbol from our daily lives. Zebra Crossing : a relevant and well received current change in the citizens in terms of traffic rules seemed like the apt chocie. The Traffic sense of Indians has been widely criticised. But in the recent times with the e-memo being introduced and implemented well, Gujarat suddenly has people waiting patiently behind the zebra crossing with utmost discipline. We used this opportunity to make a creative merging with the Zebra that works as a reminder of the democratic rights and its value before the elections. To keep the traffic in order, Zebra stands for stop, wait, see and go when your turn comes. It treats citizens as equals and gives them organised well planned opportunity to move forward. The privileged with vehicles wait patiently for the walkers to pass by safely. The Indian election too is a process where the democracy allows all citizens the same power to stop, look clearly into the ones who wish to govern and choose the one who will bring equal opportunities for all to move forward in life at the same pace. And so zebra become the symbol for us this year to convey our message. Pan Gujarat the ECI and the collectors permitted our design of a hand that indicates “Ab Watan Dabayega Button” to be painted at the biggest cross roads of the cities in Gujarat. With our branding there, Red FM could cater to lacs of people every day, reminding them that the big responsibility they have on their shoulders during this election. Stop, see and Go. @redfmindia @nisha_narayanan @rajatuppal1609 @herain_patel @ranjitphatak @piyu_bhargava

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