Today is the KT by election. By the time I posted this post, voting has already started.
I hope the election will be conducted in a fair and just manner and most important ly peacefully.
I also hope that the voters will think very carefully before casting their votes.
They are not only voting for their constituency, but their votes have a bigger meaning, which is keenly watched by political observers and politicians of both sides.
There should be no cheating or vote buying too. I always tell people that if anyone offer any money for vote, just pocket the money and vote the other side, because by offering money, they have proven to be unworthy of our votes.
I have in an earlier post a few days ago quoted one of my friends’ questions to KT voters. I ask them to think of these questions carefully before casting their votes.
For the questions, please go to the post “food for thought” or click here.
I also hope that all will accept whatever result gracefully, for this is democracy at work, and we must abide by the majority decision.