Un político indio llora en directo tras obtener solo cinco votos cuando en su familia son nueve personas


Neetu Shutteran Wala era un candidato independiente de la ciudad de Jalandhar.

Neetu Shatran

India ha celebrado elecciones generales, que culminaron el pasado domingo con la victoria de Narendra Modi. Pero a otros candidatos no les fue tan bien. Es el caso de Neetu Shutteran Wala, un político independiente de la ciudad de Jalandhar, en el estado del Punjab (al norte del país).

Wala estaba siendo entrevistado por una televisión local cuando no pudo evitar las lágrimas recordando que tan solo había recibido cinco votos, pese a que en su familia son nueve miembros.

Lejos de culpar a su entorno, Wala está convencido que hubo alguna irregularidad: "Han manipulado las máquinas para votar. Todos mis vecinos me juran por la diosa Chintpurni que habían votado por mí", dijo. "No voy a presentarme nunca más", concluyó.

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