As Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won all the five seats in Uttarakhand, the first time voters in Dehradun expressed mixed reactions to the victory.
Youths stated that the opposition blaming defeat on Electronic Voting Machines (EVM) is useless and unnecessary.
However, some voters opined that a fair re-checking should be done. Ravinder Singh Rawat said, “The BJP won in Uttarakhand because of the great work done by the party. Our Prime Minister Narendra Modi has placed India as a powerful country in front of the world in the last five years.
Also, I believe that the opposition parties blaming EVMs for their loss is futile. I voted and saw the slip of my candidate which I believe was genuine to prove that my vote was given to the candidate I selected.”
Another first time voter Srishti Chajjer said, “The BJP’s victory was expected.I am not a supporter but I feel the party has a stronger impact on the majority of people especially in Uttarakhand which is why they won.
There could be some substance in the allegations regarding EVMs leveled by the opposition so a fair check should be done by the officials in charge.”
Bani Thapa said, “I think the BJP’s victory is not that of a party but of an ideology of unity which was supported by the voters of the state.
I also feel that there is no other leader more capable than Narendra Modi who has constantly been enhancing his own and the nation’s worth nationally and globally.
The allegation of the opposition, however, can be true which should be checked.”Another first time voter Vivek Chauhan opined, “The outcome was obvious because of the negative publicity of Congress in the state.
Also, I think the opposition blaming the credibility of EVM is right.
There should be a fair checking of the machines.”Shyamal Bahuguna said, “BJP winning in all the five seats from Uttarakhand was surprising.
From five constituency seats, at least two had good candidates from Congress. The allegations leveled by the opposition parties I feel are not very valid.”
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