Who will get them to Vote – Udaipur Village refuses to cast votes
600 people spread over nearly 80 families, have been craving for basic facilities like roads, water and basic connectivity...will they vote?
Thobji ka Kheda is located 15 km from the state highway that leads from Dabok in Udaipur to Mavli. This 15km stretch is just a path, which never got to see the feel of a paved road. Resident of this village, some 600 odd, have refused to cast their votes.
600 people spread over nearly 80 families, have been craving for basic facilities like roads, water and basic connectivity. With no proper road leading to the gram panchayat at Namri, the villagers rarely, if ever, even attend the Gram Sabhas, let alone participate as voters.
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Women of this village are a long shot, even the men do not seem interested in participating in casting their vote. The village is located just 30km from the district headquarters in Udaipur, but still do not intend to vote, due to the lack of political support they have witnessed over the years.
So, who will get them to vote?Information Source: Times of India (Geetha Sunil Pillai)