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Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Voting in India

An analysis of typical Indian Elections

Only half of the eligible voters voted in the past elections. Then also, the largest majority party got less than 30% of the total votes. It means that less than 12 crore votes out of 80 crores eligible voters. They have made a coalition government. This means that there is no single party which has the capability of making the voters satisfies with their ideologies. 80-85% of the political parties have communal ideologies. If the parties have different ideologies then why they have coalition. These political parties support secularity just because to generate more votes. In the most diverse country (nothing to be proud of ) secularity and democracy added fuel to the fire in disuniting we Indians.

Who votes in India?
The voters are-
From the poor section of the society
Belongs to a poltical party
Have its relative or friend in a political party
One's who are getting bored on the holiday
Casting his vote for the first time (just to seek adventure)
An old person
Fundamentalist / Communal

Basis of vote
The population who votes in elections, votes on the basis of castes, religion, ethnicity and many other factors.

What about the rest half?
Why do the rest half of the population neglect voting. Can the negligence of vote by these people could be understood as the sign of "no confidence" for the democracy. OR If this is not the case, then why do these leaders are unable to generate confidence among these people for themselves.

         This typical system is going like this for the past many years because India is proud of its unsuccessful records .India is proud of itself being the largest Democracy.

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