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Parliamentary elections and our votes
The elections are round the corner. Candidates of various parties are once again coming to woe the voters with all sort of promises. Some political parties in their election manifestos are offering all sorts of sops on sectarian lines.

Such political parties are responsible for creating disharmony among various communities without giving any real benefit to any of the community. Now the time has come for all concerned citizens to search their heart and think to vote for a candidate and a party that has no sectarian outlook, does not support corrupt, communal and criminal elements.

We have seen the behaviour of our parliamentarian in the last Lok Sabha. If we have not voted on sectarian lines and on the basis of false promises, we would not have such members of parliament. It is difficult to distinguish any real difference between different parties except the new party AAP which has given us choice of good candidates. We should now first think over cleaning the political system.

In this election we should think only the character and the ideology of the party and vote accordingly. This election has to be considered as last chance to restore some respectability to our parliament.

We should vote only on the basis of the credentials of the candidate only forgetting about which party he or she belongs. Let us teach a lesson to those corrupt, communal and criminal politicians who are now ruling us for last so many years.

(About the Contributor: Mukhtar Ahmad is a former president of AMU Teachers Association, Aligarh)

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