Bhilai. Nand Kumar Baghel, father of Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel and National President of Voter Jagrut Manch, has demanded euthanasia from the President of India. Their demand is that elections should be conducted through ballot paper in the country. If not, they should be allowed to grant euthanasia on January 25, National Voters’ Day.
Nand Kumar Baghel has demanded euthanasia by sending a letter to the President of the country through the National Voters’ Jagran Manch. He has written in his letter that ‘It is with great sadness that you have to inform that all the constitutional rights of the citizens of the country are being violated on a large scale.
The three pillars of democracy, the legislature, the judiciary and the executive, are falling apart. Media is also working at the behest of the three pillars of democracy. There is no one to listen to the rights of the citizens of the country. The voice of the people’s representatives whom the voters choose for their every problem is also getting suppressed continuously.
The legislature is selling all the government departments and undertakings of the country to its loved ones. The executive is involved in corruption and is engaged in securing their future by collecting more and more money for their coming children. He also said that there is fear in the minds of common citizens. Citizens pass from generation to generation to get justice in the country. But he is not getting justice.
Election should be conducted by ballot paper instead of EVM machine
Nandkumar Baghel wrote in his letter that ‘According to government figures, more than 700 farmers have died or been killed due to wrong policies. This has to be understood. On whom will the responsibility be placed? The biggest right of democracy, the right to vote is being done through EVM machine.
The EVM machine has not been certified by any national and international recognized organization or government to work with 100% accuracy. Before putting any machine into use, it is mandatory to obtain a certificate from a recognized technical institution or government for the correct working of the machine. Yet in India, the world’s largest democracy, that constitutional right of my vote is being violated by voting through EVM machines.
first published:Jan. 11, 2022, 11:54 p.m.