of India's elections justify the statement in the following ways
(i) The ruling parties routinely lose elections in India both at the
national and state levels. In fact in every two out of the three elections held
in the last fifteen years, the ruling party lost.
(ii) Candidates who are known to have spent a lot or money
on 'buying votes' and those with known criminal connections often lose
(iii) Barring very few disputed elections, the electoral outcomes
are usually accepted as 'peoples' verdict' by defeated party,
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