Voting for the fifth phase of Chhattarpur / Purulia 51 seats in seven states of the country is going on. On the one hand, in many places, people came to use the franchise with enthusiasm, in some areas of West Bengal and Madhya Pradesh people expressed their desire to boycott the voting by becoming angry with the development works. Political parties make big promises to win elections, but they do not have to face the anger of the people if they lack basic infrastructure.
Disgruntled by no electricity, people of Sabar tribal tribe boycotted the election in the Bandawah area of Purulia district of West Bengal. People here are angry with not getting electricity in homes. The villagers say, “The power department had said that we will be given free electricity but after this, we will ask for 4000 rupees. How will we give this amount?
People who are disturbed by the lack of water, also protested on Sunday to boycott the voting in Garaul village of Chhattarpur, Madhya Pradesh. People are troubled by the lack of water here. Local people say, ‘we have to run 3-4 km for water every day. We had also protested last year but nobody listens to us. ‘