Children can't vote but they can certainly make Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi and Arvind Kejriwal dance to their tunes, thanks to a unique initiative by a Hyderabad-based firm.
Smartur, a start-up in the digital content solutions for students, Thursday unveiled an online initiative 'ABC of 2014 Elections' to create basic awareness about Indian politics and elections amongst children.
Under this platform, a mix of fun and education, children can start learning the basics of Indian politics and election system by taking a simple quiz called Fun Election Contest.
The contest is designed for children aged 12 to 16 years.
Fun Facts, a compilation of visually appealing info graphics about BJP's prime ministerial candidate Modi, AAP leader Kejriwal and Congress vice president Gandhi, chronicles their journey in politics.
Under the children's manifesto section, the kids can voice their demands in the form of their desired manifesto and post it along with their preferred future prime ministerial candidate on FaceBook.