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UP Election 2022: Displacement For Employment Is The Major Reason For The Decrease In Voting Percentage, This Report Was Revealed In The Survey

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Despite all the efforts being made by the Gorakhpur District Election Office, the churn has started once again after the voting percentage in the district did not increase as expected. In view of the large difference in the voting percentage of female and male voters, the biggest reason for the decrease in the voting percentage is believed to be the displacement of males towards big cities in connection with employment. Even during anti-corona vaccination, a survey conducted in collaboration with the World Health Organization revealed that 16 to 17 percent of people live outside. Now the report of this survey has also got a boost due to the difference in the voting percentage of female and male voters.

 

 

 

 

Voter turnout of men is less than that of women

 

 

This time in the district, where 51.51 percent male voters had appeared to vote, the percentage of women’s attendance was more than this. 61.86 percent women came forward to vote. If we look at the assembly-wise figures, there is a difference of about 16 percent between women and men in Chauri Chaura. That is, 16 percent more women turned out to vote than men. Similarly, in Bansgaon, 15 percent women went to the booth to cast their votes more than men. There is a difference of 14 percent in Chillupar, 13 percent in Khajni, 10 percent in Sahjanwa. The reason behind this difference is believed to be that men are not appearing for voting due to being out in connection with employment. If he is called in Panchayat elections, then the voting percentage also increases. Some people argue for not voting for men also because of wages, but this argument does not get much support on the basis of arguments.

 

 

Having names in more than one assembly constituency is also a reason

 

 

There are hundreds of such voters, whose names are in the voter list of more than one assembly constituency. They vote at one place, which shows their absence at another. When the voting percentage is calculated, the percentage comes down due to the increase in the total number. Those talking of electoral reforms are also raising the demand for linking the voter list with Aadhaar.

 

 

the officer said

 

District Magistrate Vijay Kiran Anand told that a large number of voters being outside is one of the reasons behind the decrease in the voting percentage. Such a case had come to light during vaccination also. Efforts will be made to increase the voting percentage.

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