Achievement of Voters Party International

The purpose of the formation of the VPI was to change the polity not only change the ruling party. That is why the party could not win any election in the first four years of its inception, but during this short time huge number of political parties, state governments and the central government adopted the ideas of the party.

  • The Central Government started a scheme in 2019 to give rs.500 per month to small farmers. The government is forced to do this by the influence VPI and various other organisations agitating across the country for approval of Votership Right. This was the approval of right of Votership in principle. The government also said to start Rs. 3000 per month to all labourers after the age of 60 years, but avoided. The main opposition Congress also made it a major issue and announced Rs. 6000 to the poor after coming to power. However, if those who run the votership movement sit at home convinced by these promises, tired or lost patience, the Government and all the said parties will not delay in turning away from giving cash and taking U-turns. In view of the popularity of votership among the people, about 1000 political parties have started raising the issue among the people.
  • By 2004, whenever it came to spending on the poor, all governments generally cried out for no money in the country. But when the issue of votership reached Parliament, there were many incidents observed of direct economic benefits to the people.
  • The Chhattisgarh government had announced to give rice at the rate of only rs. 3.00 per Kg to all poor of the state to the 36,00,000 poor families to reduce the impact of the votership issue raised by the Chhattisgarh Vikas Party in December 2007. The scheme is still going on.
  • In Bihar, district heads of all parties in Nalanda district staged an agitation to give votership right to voters and salary and allowance to the people's representatives of panchayats. The State Government was forced to accept the payment of salary and allowance to the people's representatives on 28th March, 2008. But the government avoided the issue of votership saying it as a central government subject.
  • On the advice of Prof. Kadir Mohiddeen, a MP associated with the votership movement, the DMK party, considered it difficult for the state government to give votership to all but promised the people during the assembly elections in 2007 that all families would be given one colour television each when they came to power. Later, the compliance was done and the government gave the TV to state inhabitants.
  • The Central Government, which cried foul over the shortage of money for the poor, had to formulate NAREGA (National Employment Guarantee Act) under pressure from Members of Parliament associated with the Parliamentary Council for Votership (PCV). With this item, more than about 40,000 crore rupees are reaching to the poor every year.
  • The impact of the votership movement was that the Central Government had to announce in February 2009 that the Central Government would provide Rs. 2.5 lakh crore will be spent on a scheme guaranteeing income of 3000 per months. The Central Government, which cried foul over the shortage of money specially for the poor, was forced to enact the Food Security Bill, 2011 when it saw the question of birth economic rights of voters i.e. votership is accepted by mejority MPs. It is expected to cost about Rs.100,000 crores. If all the above schemes are merged, half of the amount required for votership can be managed. (about Rs.........) The only drawback of the Congress government is that this government was ready to treat the voters servants and domesticated slaves reserved to work, but is not ready to consider them as family members. Therefore, under pressure from the votership movement, the government shown mercy to the voters but is not ready to give their due. Realizing the danger of spenting too much money on poor families of the country, in 2011, the trillions invested huge money in defaming the Congress government by bribing to private lying TV channels, when they seen the laws and schemes like MGNREGA, Cash Transfer Scheme, Aadhar Card, Food Security Act, giving 35 kg of foodgrains etc. The Congress finally lost the 2014 elections. The billionaires first organized Anna movement to stop the all the works moving towards votership right. Then made Anna's disciple a pawn and formed a party of their own. Subsequently, after the Delhi elections, seeing the hung Assembly of Delhi in February 2014, he left Anna's disciple and tasked Modi with stopping steps towards votership.
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