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Mumbai restaurants to offer 20% ‘Democracy Discount’ to voters on May 20 & 21

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A group of eateries in Mumbai have announced a 20% discount on the total dine-in bill value for May 20th and 21st for local voters. According to a statement by the Mumbai Chapter of the National Restaurant Association of India (NRAI), this initiative, dubbed the Democracy Discount, aims to motivate citizens to exercise their voting rights.

“In Mumbai, the sense of community has always been remarkable, and I’m excited that numerous fantastic brands are collaborating with us as part of the NRAI Mumbai Chapter,” expressed Rachel Goenka, Head of the NRAI Mumbai Chapter, in the statement.

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As part of this initiative, every participating restaurant will provide a 20% discount on the entire bill to dine-in customers who are verified residents with a valid voter ID and a marked finger indicating they’ve voted.

Mumbai is scheduled to participate in the fifth phase of the Lok Sabha elections on May 20, 2024.

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