Story of Sathya

Electronic Voting Machine

‘We strongly object the use of the electronic voting machines in any kind of elections,’ the leader of the Common Man Party said at the Press conference.

The Common Man Party had fared badly at a recently held state elections where they expected to win by a huge landslide. The leader of the Common Man Party who also happens to be the Chief Minister of the capital city conveyed his concerns that usage of the Electronic Voting machines has dimmed their chances to form the government in a north Indian state.

‘So what are your thoughts on the elections held in the Capital city where the Common Man Party won 67 out of the 70 seats?’ the journalist asked and continued, ‘ Even the Electronic Voting machines were used at that election.’

The Leader of the Common Man Party got irked by the question and abruptly left the press conference.

 This blog post is written as a part of the A to Z Challenge annually held in April every year.

My April A to Z Challenge 2017 post will be written on a common theme – Hypocrisy of Indians.

Story of Sathya

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