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April 13, 2009

To Vote Or Not To !!

Filed under: Social — Sharath P S @ 2:27 pm

The general elections are here. Only 10 days to go.
I am still confused about voting to the right person. With each nominee being crorepati and each one with criminal background and with all parties having same goal ( getting the power and nothing else )
I don’t feel like voting itself. But it’s a duty of a responsible citizen to do so.
I am in dilemma !!
How is it going to make any different which party wins or loses , each and every party has no interest in the development of country anyways. But if that’s the state, what is going to be the future ?! Is there any alternative ?

Here, I am taking a survey on how many of you are going to vote this time. Vote below and comment on what do you feel about the elections/how to chose the right candidate/the difference we can make . This may help me get to a conclusion / decision.

The idea here is to evoke a discussion on the present political scenario and elections.. So, do comment.

4 Comments »

  1. The candidate from BJP is known for changing parties and hence ppl are telling us to get ready for by-elections if he wins.. INC candidate is a known corrupt fellow… JD(s) candidate is questionable… read his website.. Nothing can ever be known about the independent candidates… Now even I’m in a dilemma whether to vote or not even though i said i’l vote… and i want to vote… but..

    Comment by chrnth — April 13, 2009 @ 5:54 pm

  2. This is interesting. I expected you to firmly state about the importance of voting ( After seeing your interest in jagore.com).
    I think that you researched about candidates of our constituency (Kanakapura). And you found out that there is no deserving candidate. The thing is, even if you research about any constituency, its no different scenario. Thats what make me worried..

    Comment by padaru — April 14, 2009 @ 6:04 am

  3. I seriously want to be able to vote for no-one… It can be one way of telling every party that they should change the candidates. The system in the USA where ppl select who should be contesting for the presidential post from each of the two parties is more sensible. Here parties decide who contest and who rules. People just end up being ruled.

    Comment by chrnth — April 14, 2009 @ 7:07 am

  4. I don’t think that this group of old fellows can lead our country. so its better if we don’t vote. We need at least 60% of youngsters in our parliament. And after these bomb attacks in many parts of our country we cannot expect anything from our leaders.

    Comment by kiran — April 15, 2009 @ 4:02 pm


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