We have approximately 1600 in my village in district Jallander in Punjab. No one comes here to ask for votes nor we sell them. choice of candidate is ours. So far my village is a forgotten area. So far very little has been s done here. Now that we understand fully how these netas and babu's are milking our country and our hard earned taxes. We have decided to milk them. Rule is simple. Want our vote then pay us. Each vote form our village is worth 1 and a half crore so 1600 votes = approximately 450 000 crore. So Mr Neta if you want our vote bring the above cash with you, our village need new roads,new School, Fresh water, Uninterrupted Electricity supply, Proper sanitation, and much more. Your money will pay for all this and much more very well for this year. We will think of next year when time comes. Only come to our village if you have cash.
It has been demonstrated that EVMs are prone to manipulations. Some doubts were raised about the fairness of 2009 elections. According to these doubts, the 2009 elections witnessed manipulation of EVMs at an unprecedented scale. Even during counting, some extra-ordinary methods appear to have been adopted to ensure victory of Congress candidates. The counting with EVMs should take at the most 2-3 hours but in some selective cases counting were stretched to well beyond 12 hours from broad-day-light to the thick of the night. And then during the process of counting all lights would suddenly go for about half to one hour and then when lights would appear, the trends would become reversed. That means that lights were meant to be switched off for the reversal of winning trends that is, the winning candidate would start losing and the losing ones would start winning. This miraculous development would happen only if there is a massive exchange of EVMs during the darkness. This massive and apparently very simple manipulations must have enabled many winning and deserving candidates losing elections in favour of undeserving ones.