Both the EC and the SC have let down Indian voters on issues that have direct bearing on the ongoing General Elections. Both have failed to protect the country's democracy from dictator Modi! @ashoswai.
Five phases of this long drawn-out, utterly indecent election will be over by end of the day on Monday, May 6. And the Supreme Court is still reminding the Election Commission (EC) to decide on the complaints of violations of the model code of conduct by the man holding the highest executive office in the country since the day elections were announced.
By now, with five clean chits to the prime minister, it is quite clear that the EC is compromised. It will not act on the complaints until it is forced to by the court, and when it does, it will let the prime minister off on almost any ground it can find. The Election Commission of Sunil Arora could not do otherwise.
We, the people, are fools to have believed that if not its own sense of duty, at least public outrage and the Supreme Court’s orders would force the EC to act on the prime minister’s egregious violations of election campaign ethics. Instead, on each complaint against him that it has decided so far, it has bent over backwards to find a loophole through which to let the complaint sink.
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