Exit polls are not exact polls: Venkaiah Naidu
Vice-President M. Venkaiah Naidu has taunted at the exit polls, saying they were not correct polls. "Exit polls don't mean exact polls. We need to get that. Since 1999, the majority of the exit polls have turned out badly," the Vice-President called attention to.
Mr. Naidu tended to a casual gathering of well-wishers on May 19, who congratulated him in Guntur.
Alluding to the continuous general elections, he said each party oozed certainty (over triumph). "Everybody displays his very own certainty till the 23rd (day of tallying). There will be no base for it. So, we need to sit tight for 23rd," he commented.
"Nation and the State need a capable leader and stable government, whoever it be. That is what is required. That is all," Mr. Naidu watched.
The Vice-President additionally said the adjustment in the public eye should begin with political parties.
"In the event that majority rules system needs to fortify and something great needs to happen to individuals’ elections, selections, hopefuls, parties all should release their obligations capably and appropriately," he noted.
The Vice-President deplored that consideration has turned into a setback in the present political talk. "There is a ton of degeneration in the addresses of political leaders. They are falling back on close to home maltreatment. One isn't an adversary to the next in legislative issues, they are just opponents... They are overlooking this essential actuality," he said.
Communicating anguish over the conduct of chose agents in Parliament and state governing bodies, he stated, "Perceive how MPs are carrying on in Parliament and MLAs in Assembly, independent of the parties. Panchayat and community bodies' individuals tail them."
The Vice-President additionally criticized political parties reporting complimentary gifts to prevail upon the electorate.
"The manner in which parties are acting. you have been given an order for a long time. You need to work. Without doing that, you report complimentary gifts at last. I am constantly restricted to it. Free power implies, no power," Mr. Naidu watched.