Monday, April 11, 2011

"I Don't Like Anyone" Option While Voting

I see many people asking for the option of "I don't like anyone" while voting in the elections. But, that option is not required. If all the candidates are bad, then by voting for the person who is least bad will change the entire system automatically.

Most of the people sees the candidates from the major parties (which can form the government), and if their candidates are bad, then they say, everybody is bad, and they need option of "I don't like anyone". In almost all the elections, there are many good candidates contesting either from small parties or as Independents. If they get atleast 1000 votes in an assembly election, that would give lot of encouragement for them, and they would continue to contest in the elections to change the system.

Right now, many uneducated people are very hesitant to vote for the candidate who may lose. If they cannot vote for the winner, they feel like as if they lost their prestige. The educated people, instead of asking for this option, and if they vote for the good candidate, and if he/she gets good no.of votes, then even the uneducated people also change. They would change by seeing the no.of votes that a small candidate gets, and that would effect all the big parties, and very soon, the small candidate wins in the election.

In Andhra Pradesh, if anyone asks for this option, I would see him/her like a fool only. If they want to improve the system, they should vote for Lok Satta Party.

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1 comment:

  1. Well said bro, if some body asks for this option in AP then they are really foolish. Last sentence is very true.