The first of the 7 Lok Sabha Election phases was held on April 11, kickstarting the much-awaited polls.
While many posted selfies showing their 'inked' fingers, some also complained that apparently it wears off, raising a concern about the transparency of the whole process.
People expressed their apprehension by posting pictures and videos, showing the poor durability of the ink that makes it possible for the poll officers to know if someone has voted before.
What a day. First time I experienced this. The “ indelible ink “ of election commission , goes missing in exactly half hour. Is the election commission letting us down ? #viewpoint tonight 9 PM @CNNnews18 pic.twitter.com/GtwpwU757D— bhupendra chaubey (@bhupendrachaube) April 11, 2019