Raichuru District devdurga taluk honntigi villagers boycott Election | Election boycott warning in Raichur: No infrastructure in Adarsh village
People of Honnatigi village of Devadurga taluk of Raichur district have boycotted the election.
People who boycotted the election
Raichur: Assembly Elections (Assembly Election) is nearby, the political leaders are running around to gather votes, the citizens are here Boycott the election itself are putting Recently, people in various districts of the state have put up warning banners that we have boycotted the election this time due to development issues. Accordingly, now Raichur (Raichuru) People of Honnatigi village of Devadurga taluk of the district have boycotted the election.
Because this village has been selected as ideal village for the year 2018-19. But in Adarsh village, basic facilities are lacking. Against this background, the villagers have boycotted this time’s assembly elections. Drinking water from open wells, open toilets, without drainage system in the village, puddles of water are accumulating in front of houses, due to which diseases are coming. In this background, the villagers have boycotted the election.
Voting boycott in various parts of the state
In this way, people have boycotted voting in various parts of the state. Yesterday (Feb. 24), people were wading into the ditch in the villages under the jurisdiction of Kanasur Gram Panchayat of Siddapur Taluk of Uttara Kannada District without a suspension bridge. No matter how many requests were made to the public representatives and officials to construct a suspension bridge, it was of no use. In this background, the villagers had put up signs saying ‘Politicians are not allowed in our town’. They also put up a banner saying that they will not vote until the suspension bridge is built.
A few days ago, the Gram Panchayat of Hebbala and Netargu villages of Zoida Taluk of the same district had boycotted voting demanding the establishment of polling booth in Hebbala school, appointment of permanent teachers, road and electricity connection.
Similarly, there is a drainage problem in Uppanahalli village of Nanjangudu taluk of Mysore, and he said that he will not vote until the drainage problem is solved. Through this, he warned to boycott the voting itself. Similarly, Home Minister of Shimoga district Araga Gyanendra boycotted voting saying that the road connecting to Annavalli near Megarvalli under Megarvalli Gram Panchayat of Tirthahalli Taluk, which is his constituency, and the footbridge over the pit has been damaged and he will not vote until it is repaired.
Read more state news Click heredo it