Everything Cannot Be Perfect, Voters Will Also Have To Come Forward: Vivek Dubey


Kolkata: The four phases of the Lok Sabha polls have ended and the state was marred by clashes. Starting from journalists to common citizens were injured in the incident. A voter died in the third phase. Special observer for the elections in Bengal Vivek Dubey accepted the poll clashes indirectly in front of the media by saying that the security of the state voters are not safe.

Seeing the situation after 3rd phase vote, the commission spoke of 100 % central forces in every booth. But in the 4th phase, several centres saw the absence of central forces. For this, several voters protested outside booths. Common people faced the political flak during the fourth phase.

After the 4th phase, Vivek Dubey said, “Everything cannot be made perfect 100%. But that measure will be taken which will help in getting peaceful voting. The voters will also have have to come forward. The percentage of voters have been good till now. For the rest of the votes, we are keeping arrangements.”