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Uttarakhand.Manipur Goa and Punjab were tampered with to favour the BJP Later several other parties had joined the chorus and urged the EC to revert to paper ballots New Delhi: The NDA’s presidential nominee and Bihar governor Ram Nath Kovindon Tuesday met home minister Rajnath Singh in New Delhi The home minister conveyed best wishes to Kovind on his nomination File image of Ram Nath Kovind Twitter@AIR "Met Shri Ram Nath Kovindji I conveyed my best wishes to him on his nomination as NDA’s candidate for the office of President of India" Singh tweeted The BJP on Monday announced the name of the 71-year-old Kovind a low-profile Dalit leader and a two-term BJP Rajya Sabha member as its choice for president Kovind met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah after he arrived in New Delhi on Monday evening from Patna following the BJP’s decision to project him as the ruling NDA candidate Kovind then drove down to Shah’s residence where he was greeted by senior BJP leaders He stayed at the BJP chief’s residence for nearly an hour where both are believed to have discussed the formalities related to the presidential poll He said he was a "small citizen" entrusted with a big responsibility "All those who are members of the electoral college.I will meet leaders of major political parties and seek their support.I hope that every citizen will support me" he said Later Kovind briefly visited the Bihar Niwas where he declined to answer any question from the media and only said "I thank everyone" President Pranab Mukherjee completes his five-year term on 24 July Almost a third of voters polled said power cuts were the biggest problem in Uttar Pradesh (UP) according to a new survey conducted by by FourthLion Technologies a data analytics and public opinion polling firm for IndiaSpend Elections in UP with 138 million voters greater than the population of the north American country of Mexico start February 11 2017 FourthLion conducted 2513 telephone interviews in Hindi of registered voters in UP and said their sample is representative of UP’s urban and rural voters as well as socioeconomic age gender and caste make-up The survey was conducted between January 24 and January 31 2017 The next part of this series based on the survey addresses political preferences of voters About 28% of the voters interviewed said power cuts were the biggest issue in the state 20% said jobs the economy and development were the biggest issues while 10% said a shortage of clean water was the biggest issue Few voters said the roads food the currency ban crime corruption agriculture sanitation health and education were the biggest issues The Most Important Problem Facing UP Create your own infographics Source: FourthLion-IndiaSpend survey Why might access to electricity be the biggest issue The percentage of households that used electricity as the main source of energy grew from 319% in 2001 to 368% in 2011 according to census data with a stark difference between urban and rural areas While 814% of urban households used electricity as the main source of energy in 2011 as few as 237% did so in rural areas data show By the end of 2016 in rural UP 177000 rural households were unelectrified down from 185900 households in March 2014 government data show But even households that have electricity face power cuts the FourthLion-IndiaSpend survey shows As many as 38% of those surveyed said they faced power cuts every day while 16% said they faced power cuts every week but not every day Women who are likely to stay at home more and rural voters are more likely to face power cuts than men and urban voters respectively Source: FourthLion-IndiaSpend survey “Power cuts are a more tangible issue” and so voters might identify it as being a big problem compared to health or education the quality of which is a more abstract issue said Neelanjan Sircar a senior fellow at the Centre for Policy Research a New Delhi-based policy think tank Source: Census 2001 and 2011 The other big issue: jobs Of the voters surveyed 20% said that availability of jobs was the most important issue in UP The number of unemployed in UP per 1000 of the working-age population decreased from 82 to 52 between 2009 and 2015 but it was higher than the Indian average in 2015-16 (37) labour ministry data show Youth unemployment was much higher with 148 of those between the ages of 18 and 29 per 1000 people unemployed in 2015-16 Even those with a graduate degree face unemployment pointing both at the lack of jobs and the poor quality of education in the state For instance in India while 97% wanted jobs either in software or core engineering only 3% were good enough to be engineers in software jobs and only 7% could handle core engineering tasks as IndiaSpend reported in September 2014 based on a report by Aspiring Minds a New-Delhi based employment consultancy As many as 237 per 1000 working age people (between the ages of 18 and 29 years) with graduate qualifications were unemployed in UP according to labour ministry data from 2015-16 Source: Ministry of Labour & Employment What did voters say about environmental issues As many as 46% of urban voters surveyed thought the air they breathe was polluted compared to 26% of voters in rural areas Kanpur Firozabad Allahabad and Lucknow in UP are included in the world’s 25 most toxic towns according to data between 2008 and 2015 from the World Health Organization A high percentage of voters said they would use public transport and solar energy the survey found Low income voters were more likely to use solar energy and public transport than more affluent voters survey data show even though fewer low income voters (26%) said the air they breathe was polluted compared to richer voters (36%) As many as 90% of voters who owned no vehicle said they would use electricity generated from the sun if it reduced pollution in their community compared to 73% of those voters who owned a car Similarly 96% of those who did not own any vehicle said they would use public transport if better facilities were available compared to 87% of those who owned a car Source: FourthLion-IndiaSpend survey Sanjukta Nair contributed to this story Next: As Many As 40% of Uttar Pradesh Voters Undecided With 5 Days To Go (Shah is a writer/editor with IndiaSpend) Written by Agencies | Los Angeles | Published: December 28 2009 8:44 am Related News Teen star Miley Cyrus is trying to coax friend country singer Taylor Swift into getting the same tattoo as her The 17-ye ar-old ‘Hannah Montana’ star reportedly wanted her pop singer friend to get the words ‘Just Breathe’which Miley has etched under her left breastinked onto her bodyNational Enquirer magazine reported HoweverTaylorwho has no body artwas said to be horrified at the thought of getting an inking and refused go under the needle According to the magazineTaylor20told Miley”My mom would kill me Besides I hate needles” Miley’s heavily tattooed brother Tracewho fronts the band 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