Since India being a democratic country, it is your duty and a right to cast a vote. Despite the campaigns and the rally in Bengaluru the other day, Turnouts has been very poor as citizen failed to vote.  I would say this is the root cause for the current state of India.

Every one of the four seats in the city recorded a plunge in voter turnout when contrasted with the past Lok Sabha elections in 2014.

Bengaluru Rural seat, which for the most part records a higher turnout than its urban partners, kept on holding the qualification with 64.09%. Among the urban parliamentary voting public, Bengaluru South drove in the city with 54.2% of its electorate exercising their establishment. The two seats recorded a drop in turnout of 2.36% and 1.55% individually contrasted with the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.

This year, Bengaluru Central saw minimal number of residents turning out to cast a ballot with a turnout of simply 50.84%, and a monstrous drop of 5.27 rates indicates as looked at 2014.

The voter turnout figures were discharged by the Election Commission at 9 p.m. on Thursday and are liable to correction, said authorities.

The Bharatiya Janata Party and electoral roll analyst P.G. Bhat credited the drop to the ‘threat of missing names’ of certified voters. “Elections authorities had erased an aggregate of 5.05 lakh sections with an end goal to tidy up the rolls. Be that as it may, there have been many wrong erasures prompting disappointment of real voters,” Mr. Bhat contended.

Both BJP and Congress have translated the turnout in the city as being to support them. So to conclude this elections turnout were very bad and disappointing. Deletion of existing voter ID’s? Such a blunder.  Results are expected to be released on 23rd may 2019. Hope the best among the rest wins.


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