Whether it is the American presidential elections or Assembly polls in India, the tempo has boiled up to the same level where one insists upon the better tempting concept while another speaks of a nicer option with clarity. Well, this lollipop of clarity has weakened exclusively for the electorates. They are grappling with a fence of minute-by-minute information while moving on through a deadly pandemic crisis. Who do we then count on? What viewpoints exactly matter most? What are the stark realities?
Like competing contestants who are appearing to be looking low on their respective public favours, a little clarity on the part of other political groups gropes into profound triumph fascination. So, it may be inevitably factual that their keen cravings for winning the seats remain as a more crucial reality and not stand as a tall take on the voter’s mood from either the cropped up accuracy or on seemingly distinct preferences.
Just as Donald Trump cannot find himself out on a cosy saddle in the presidential polls, Bihar’s CM, Nitish Kumar, does not supposedly see his strength on the voters in Nalanda or other places owing to vacant chairs during his rallies. It is being speculated that Non-Kurmis might not favour him in this edition of assembly elections, as trends portray on social media. The wide chunk of the supporters seemed to have decided as to whom they would cast their ballot.
They stated, “Right now we have made up our mind for voting at the nearby voting station in our respective constituencies which looks very metaphorical. We’ve seen many great things happen here. So, we now further are hoping another great thing to happen.”
Perhaps it is more of an indirectly a pointed nod to the negligence towards the development issues at this election. If Americans have made up their thoughts about President Trump, why do Biharis not follow identically with a punchy reaction: “Vote the careless politicians out”?