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Election watchdog’s plea

The coming general elections to the Lok Sabha do not forecast a bright future if the composition of the present one is any indication.
There are 120 MPs with criminal cases against them out of 543, which amounts to 22.1 per cent. Among the major parties, the BJP has 29 MPs with criminal records, the Indian National Congress (INC) 24, the SP 11, RJD 8, CPM 7, BSP 7, NCP 5 and CPI 2.
According to the Association for Democratic Reforms and partner NGOs from All India Election Watch Network, the number of cases of serious crimes is 333, with several MPs having multiple cases.
In terms of violent crimes like murder, attempt to murder, robbery, dacoity, kidnapping, theft and extortion, rape, other violent crimes like assault using dangerous weapons or causing grievous hurt, the Samajwadi Party leads with 80 cases, followed by BSP 43, BJP 17, INC 16, RJD 9, CPM 5, CPI 1, NCP 2. Other crimes like cheating, fraud, forgery, giving false oaths to public officials ,the figures remain revealing at BSP 23, RJD 22, INC 21, BJP 11, SP 11 and CPM 6.
Consequently, the All India Election watch network has, in a statement here, urged all political parties to put up cleaner and more capable candidates for voters to choose from. The Election Watch will disseminate MP and candidates information regularly right up to the time of the general elections.

Source:The Statesman


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