India: Similar high profile names cause confusion amongst voters as elections start in the country.
Similar high profile names cause confusion amongst voters as elections start in the country. Thugs across the country have expressed their disappointment. To their dismay, “Modi” in recent election campaign “Ab ki baar fir Modi sarkar!!” does not refer to their leader Nirav Modi.
Our reporters revealed a distressing trend during recent election survey. We interviewed few of the thugs of Hindostan and here is what they have to say. Jignesh Modi from Surat, Gujarat was in disheartened, “This is absolute cheating as the election campaign never revealed which Modi they are talking about! Our community believed and rejoiced the possibility of Nirav Modi coming to power and legalising thugging in India.”
He added, “It is now that we got to know this is a different Modi. A different kind of thugging. Also I want clarity on the party name to vote for. All the while I thought there existed a party called BJP but no one told me its renamed to Modi.”
The thug is still sulking about his lack of knowledge on election parties in India and called it another jhulma of ambiguity.
As a responsible journalist of the country, I urge election commission to provide unambiguous names to the party and campaigns.