The village of Gujarat where not a single party could enter for election campaign since 1983, then how come 100% people vote – न्यूज़लीड India

The village of Gujarat where not a single party could enter for election campaign since 1983, then how come 100% people vote


There is a complete ban on election campaigning.

Actually, this village of Rajkot has its own law. Political parties nor any party workers are not given entry in this village for campaigning. Here the villagers have imposed a complete ban on election campaign, but the people here exercise their franchise in every election. There is 100 percent voting.

Know why this rule has been made like this

Know why this rule has been made like this

The villagers believe that it will not be in the interest of the village to allow the election candidate of the party to campaign in the village. This will lead to political rivalry among the people of the village.

Fines are imposed, that's why 100 percent voting happens

Fines are imposed, that’s why 100 percent voting happens

Even though there is a complete ban on election campaigning in this village, there is a strict rule regarding voting here. Any voter who does not vote on the day of poll is fined. This fine is Rs 51 per voter. These rules have been made by the Village Development Committee (VDC) here, which the citizens have to follow at all costs. This is the reason that there is 100 percent polling here. If someone is unable to vote, he has to inform the committee in advance along with the reason. Even there is a rule regarding other things including not casting vote, fine is charged for not following it.

Because of this fear no one enters the village for campaigning

Because of this fear no one enters the village for campaigning

According to the sarpanch of this village with 955 voters, the rule of not giving entry to political parties for campaigning in the village has been in force since 1983. The candidates of any political party do not dare to break the rules made by the villagers because they fear that if they come to this village, they will lose their votes.

Sarpanch is also elected unanimously

Sarpanch is also elected unanimously

You will also be surprised to know that there is no election for the Sarpanch, here the Sarpanch is elected unanimously every time. A committee has been formed in this village with a population of 1700. Whose decisions and rules have to be strictly followed by the citizens here.

This village is equipped with modern facilities

This village is equipped with modern facilities

Raj Samadhiyala village where people vote of their own free will. They are not forced to vote for any particular party, this village is equipped with all modern facilities. Due to the efforts of the people of the village, an ARO plant has been set up for drinking water, Wi-Fi, 24-hour electricity and CCT cameras have also been installed at various places for security.

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