Headline April 20, 2018/ '' 'UNIVERSE'S -'GREATEST'- ELECTIONS' ''



WITH TRUSTEE - FOUNDER - ENGINEER MERIUM IN THE CHAIR SOMEWHERE, along the folds of the Milky Way, the Founders of The World Students Society, meet.

Founder and Engineer and TRUSTEE Shahzaib Khan Yusufzai, and his regular founder team of  great geniuses, and the great students of America, to note Founder Hussain Ali's E-mail address :

HERO and TRUSTEE Hussain Ali, will act as a hub and help interface the Heroic Founders of The World Students Society as we head towards the greatest elections mankind will ever know.

And  all this beautiful while, a research team headed by Zilli, pay respects to Prime Minister Modi and the people of India and watch and learn from the World's biggest election

TENS of millions of Indians joined nationwide queues Thursday to give their verdict to nationalist  prime minister Narendra Modi as the world's biggest election started amid deadly, deadly clashes.

Election officials reported a heavy turnout across the 20 states taking part in the first day of the  massive exercise which involved 900 million eligible voters and will take nearly six weeks to complete.

While the 68-year-old Modi remains popular because of his tough stance on national security, he is under pressure over unemployment and controversial economic reforms.

Insults and fake news have surged on social media in the run-up to the poll as Modi's right wing  Bharatiya Janata Party [BJP] and the opposition Congress party stake rival claims.

On the ground, security forces were on high alert and three members of the rival regional parties were killed in clashes outside polling stations in the southern state of Andhra Pradesh.

After five people including a lawmaker were killed by a roadside bomb planted by suspected Maoist rebels last Tuesday, insurgents were blamed for two voting day blasts Maharashtra state, where two police were injured, and one in Chandigarh state.

In Kashmir, which is in the grip of insurrection which took India to the verge of war neighbouring Pakistan less than two months ago, one teenager was killed in clashes with security forces.

Police said the 13-year-old boy was killed and six people wounded in protests after polling ended, with demonstration throwing stones and government forces firing live ammunition.

Tens of thousands of police, paramilitaries were on voting duty in the volatile state.

Thousands of candidates from more than 2,000 parties are running for office in the seven separate  days of voting in 543 constituencies up to May 19. Final results will be released on May 23.

Some 1.1 million electronic voting machines are being taken around the country, with some transported through jungles and carried up mountains, including to a hamlet near the Chinese border with just one voter.

About 142 million people were were eligible for the for the first day of voting.

In the northern state of Assam, queues started forming well before voting opened, including many of  the 84 million first-time voters who could play a decisive role in the outcome. ''It's a great feeling to cast the vote, which makes me a part of the democratic system and makes me responsible for electing a good leader,'' Anurag Barnah, 23, told AFP.

Modi swept to power in 2014 with biggest landslide in 30 years. The BJP has out Modi left, right and centre of the campaign to secure a second five-year term.

''Each [BJP] candidate contesting across India represents a miniature version of Modi. We are not fighting with our name. We are fighting with the name of  our Supreme Leader, Naraendra Modi,'' national party spokesman Sambit Patra said ahead of the voting.

Critics, however, accuse Modi of imposing a Hindu agenda through re-writing school text books and  re-naming cities and emboldening attacks on Muslims and low-cast Dalits.

The Honor and  Serving of the latest learning and ''Global Operational Research on Elections and Systems and Voting'', continues. The World Students Society thanks authors and researchers Simon Sturdee, and Abhaya Srivastava.

With respectful dedication the Students, Professors and Teachers of the world. See Ya all prepare for  Great Global Elections and ''register'' on The World Students Society : wssciw.blogspot.com   and............. Twitter- !E-WOW! - the Ecosystem 2011:

'''Power & Parity'''

Good Night and God Bless

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