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Sanjay Kumar: Only parties that bow to demands for social justice will come to power

Today, the political parties know very well if they are to succeed, they will have to have to steer their politics towards social justice. This is true not only of Bihar but also other Hindi-belt states, says Sanjay Kumar, well-known poll analyst and director of CSDS

From a layman’s perspective, what is psephology about?

Psephology is the science of making predictions on the outcome of elections before polling. It tells you which party is likely to win how many seats and which party or alliance will win. This is what psephology means for a common voter. However, it makes no prediction about how many votes a party will garner and the average voter is not interested in it either.  

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Nawal Kishore Kumar

Nawal Kishore Kumar is Editor (Hindi), Forward Press

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