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Continuous polls have little effect on voter enthusiasm

By The Hindu calender  17-May-2019

Continuous polls have little effect on voter enthusiasm

Voter apathy is one thing found absent in the former composite Adilabad district during the four elections held in erstwhile united Adilabad district since the December 7, 2018 Assembly electionThe polling percentages recorded in that election and the subsequent Panchayat, Parliament and Zilla Parishad Election buttress this point of view.
Though dissolution of the State Assembly took place only on September 6 last year, the mood for early election to State Assembly had set in at least one month before that, given the indicators put out by the State government. The election to Panchayats was held in January, to Parliament in April and Zilla Parishad in May, making it a 10-month-long period during which people sustained the election mood or mode.
“You do not have to look far for the reason for the sustained interest of voters in elections. The entire period was like a long-drawn festival,” opined a political leader who was active in campaigning for the ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi in all the elections. “Yes, it was nothing short of a festive season what with money flowing like water except in the Lok Sabha poll. Even officials ignored regular developmental activity,” pointed out All India Congress Committee member Naresh Jadhav of Boath Assembly constituency.

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फायदेमंद
  33.33%
नुकसानदायक
  66.67%

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