Muslims Polling Could Influence Results
The Lok Sabha Election Seven phase marathon which started on 11th April will end on 19th May, with the results on 23rd May. The polling during all six Phases went quite well, and now the number of reported polling is been calculated as to shed some light on the situation.
The second last 6th phase was in Dheli, capital of India and it was the most important phase as well as place. The polling in Dheli was registered to be 60.5% which is lower than 65.1% seen in 2014.
The Muslim votes are predicted to go with the Congress party or AAP, however, the split voting for both parties could benefit BJP, according to the predictions of Insiders. The real work in capital was done by AAP so the public might turn towards them.
The main reason for less voting might be because of two reasons, first is that the party leaders shadowed the candidates, not allowing them to reach directly to the public, so there were voters and candidates weakening connections. And secondly, because of the heat, people opt to stay inside their houses.