Lok Sabha Election 2014 in India
It is tough to hold Election. Holding free and fair Election is just one part of the challenge. To make Elections successful, security of polling officials is an important factor. Before every Election in India, a wave emerged Politicians whipped up frenzy with a catchy Slogan and people built a wave around it. In 1971 Indera Gandhi promised to remove poverty, slogan was GARIBI HATAO, which built up wave in her favor. In 1977 newly formed Janta Party won the L S Election the slogan was INDERA HATAO, DESH BACHAO. After many years V P Singh was Prime Minister of India on behalf of BOFORS wave, then the slogan was RAJA NAHIN FAKIR HAI, DESH KI TAQDEER HAI. So time to time, slogans changed with wave. Now in recent L S Election there are many national and local parties participating.
The aam aadmi party is on roads into the crucial Malwa region of Punjab. Political parties are now redrawing their campaign strategies to ensure a win at hustings. In Malwa belt of Punjab, significantly seven out of thirteen LS constituency i.e. Fatehgarh Sahib, Patiala, Sangrur, Bathinda, Ferozepur, Faridkot and Ludhiana, where AAP party seems to have a good following. With AAP eating into the traditional vote bank of Congress and SAD, these parties have been forced to change their poll strategies.
In L S Election like other candidates an independent candidate foster sister of Balwant Singh Rajoana who is convicted in Chief Minister Beant Singh's assassination case has been trying hard to gain the support of the voters of Patiala constituency. She does not have a fleet of cars and star complainers seeking votes for her. She has a few relatives and friends to follow her.
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