Verdict will induce purity in political system and political parties will have to put good candidates. In present system, people had to select between ‘bad and worse’, while now onwards voters expect to select between ‘good and better’.
Verdict will also raise voting-percentage because those not liking any of the candidates now will go to vote for ‘None-To-Vote’.
Any party opposing the verdict will automatically be rejected by the voters in forthcoming polls. As such negating the verdict through legislation or ordinance is not likely.
Verdict will tend to close down political shops of those politicians who had made mockery of the system by re-defining democracy as a system for the politicians, by the politicians and of the politicians!
Follow-up steps are necessary to negate any apprehension of instability in political process. All candidates rejected by the process of ‘None-To-Vote’ should be barred to contest any election for life-time.
But to prevent some imaginary or hypothetical situation of ‘None-To-Vote’ winning in re-polls because of voters again rejecting all the candidates, option of ‘None-To-Vote’ may be disabled on EVMs for the re-poll.