'Exit polls are meant to create fake Modi wave and to lure regional parties'- HD Kumaraswamy
There are many who expressed their doubts on the Exit polls. Among them, Karnataka CM HD Kumaraswamy is one and shared his opinion on how the Modi government has destroyed every institution in India. Many National Leaders like AP CM Nara Chandrababu Naidu, Mamata Banerjee, Rahul Gandhi, etc., have expressed their doubt in malfunctioning of EVMS and requested EC to count 50% of VVPATS during the counting.
Yesterday, exit polls have shocked everyone. Yes, all the exit polls declared BJP is the Winner and it is going to form the government. As said above, over exit polls many leaders questioned how scientific the process is correct and also reminded about the authenticity of ballot polling by showing some examples of how developed countries preferring ballot papers instead of EVMs.
Over Exit Polls, Karnataka CM HD Kumaraswamy responded and said the polls are meant to create a fake Modi wave and to lure the regional parties if BJP fell short to form the government in the center.
After witnessing malfunctioning of EVMs, the allegations made by National Leaders got some sort of credibility.
Entire Opposition political parties had expressed concern over credibility of EVMs under PM @narendramodi's rule.— H D Kumaraswamy (@hd_kumaraswamy) May 20, 2019
Opposition parties even knocked the doors of the Supre Court asking for a traditional ballet paper elections to avoid defective EVMs that are vulnerable to fraud.
World wide, even developed countries have opted for traditional polls through paper ballets.— H D Kumaraswamy (@hd_kumaraswamy) May 20, 2019
The exit poll surveys on May 19 only reiterated the serious concern of the Opposition parties on misuse of vulnerabke EVMs for electoral gains by the ruling party.
Exit polls are being used to create an impression that there is still a Modi wave in the country.— H D Kumaraswamy (@hd_kumaraswamy) May 20, 2019
This artificially engineered or manufacutred Modi wave is being used by the BJP to lure regional parties well in advance to fill any shortfall after the results on May 23.
The entire exit poll exercise was an effort to create false impression of a wave in favour of one particular leader and the party. As they say, it is just an exit poll, not exact poll. 4/4 @H_D_Devegowda@ncbn @MamataOfficial @yadavakhilesh @RahulGandhi #BSP #ExitPoll2019— H D Kumaraswamy (@hd_kumaraswamy) May 20, 2019