While there is an extensive spread of the coronavirus, some voters are in the expectation that the money will be distributed despite the surveillance of the election commission.
In this situation, it is quite natural that the voters get confused about whom to vote for.
Do not trust the posts on social media platforms such as Facebook.
Before casting your vote, think along the lines of who will provide good governance? Which is an honest party? Who will be able to bring in welfare schemes for the benefit of the people? and so on.
One should analyse whether the candidate does not involve in katta panchayats and whether he would visit the constituency after victory.
At least vote for the person whom your intuition points out that he would serve the people with loyalty.
Do not slip away from the democratic practice of voting.
It should be kept in mind that tomorrow’s democracy lies in your hands.