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Noisy elections to the Lok Sabha
5/9/2019 11:21:36 PM
There has been a lot of commotion in India during the poll campaign for the Lok Sabha elections. It is not only the verbal abuse from one party to the other parties but the Supreme Court and the Election Commission of India has been involved in clearing cases which were filed by the petitioners. It has been a permanent war of words between Congress President, Rahul Gandhi and Narendra Modi. The former would address him a Chowkidar who indulged in chori with reference to the deal in Rafale deal with France. In actually the fight is between the Chokidar, Modi and the young hero, Rahul Gandhi. Besides this exchange of verbal war of words there have been alliances after alliances. In fact there is no change as far as the BJP is concerned it continues to maintain alliance with the Shiv Sena and Akali (Badal) On the other hand the congress tried several states for forging alliances. The experiment proved successful but in the UP the BSP and Samajwadi party aligned to give congress a trouble. However, the Congress forged an alliance in number of states except the state of Jammu and Kashmir where the two have some sort of secret alliance.And the high percentage of votes in Ladakh and equally large number of voters participating in the polling was witnessed in the two constituencies of Jammu. If in Srinagar Lok Sabha const it uency commission recorded 41 percent polling there is Anantnag it was less that 36 per cent as the records brought down polling figures to 2.36% in Pulwama and Shopian. This way the people in Kashmir showed sympathy with the separatists because they had urged people to boycott the polling. But in the two seats of Jammu and in one seat in Ladakh there was over 73% polling percentage. This means that if a plebiscite is undertaken people may vote for abrogation of Article 370 and Article 35-A. It is only in the Kashmir valley people have shown anger against alleged revocation of these two articles. Chandreshekhar Rao and Mayawati may not be contesting for the post of Prime Minister. This means that the PM's seat is vacant to be filled by either Modi or by Rahul Gandhi. But if the poll figures are any indication the BJP would be on the top of the series because several opposition leaders have no faith in the EVM which itself is an indication of their frustration.
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