Monday, March 11, 2019

Polls amid Ramadan: BJP doesn't need minorities to cast vote, says TMC pioneer.

Polls amid Ramadan: BJP doesn't need minorities to cast vote, says TMC pioneer. 
Polls during Ramadan: BJP doesn't want minorities to vote, says TMC leader

Polls during Ramadan: BJP doesn't want minorities to vote, says TMC leader.



Hours after the Election Commission reported the seven-stage plan for Lok Sabha surveys, political wrangling has started and has taken an apparently collective tone.

On Monday, Kolkata Mayor and TMC serve Firhad Hakim raised the issue of the race plan conflicting with the Muslim blessed month of Ramadan and claimed the Modi government "did not need minorities to cast a ballot" in substantial numbers.

Hakim was cited by ANI as saying, "Decision Commission is an established body and we regard them. We would prefer not to say anything against them. Be that as it may, seven-stage decision will be extreme for individuals in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal. It'll be most troublesome for the individuals will's identity watching Ramadan around then."

Including to his contentions the conditions of West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, Hakim asserted the "minority populace in these three states is very high. They'll cast a ballot by watching 'roza'. EC ought to have remembered this." Only these three states will have casting a ballot over every one of the seven periods of the Lok Sabha decisions.

"BJP needs minorities to not cast their votes. Be that as it may, we aren't concerned. Individuals are focused on 'BJP hatao-desh bachao". Hakim stated.

Regardless of Hakim's resistance to the seven-stage surveys corresponding with Ramadan, restriction parties in West Bengal have respected the move, refering to the poor peace circumstance in the state. The BJP, CPI(M) and Congress all respected the Election Commission's turn and refered to the broad terrorizing and savagery seen amid a year ago's panchayat decisions in West Bengal. 

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