Civics

The reason responsible for increasing anti-social elements in the politics is ___________________.


ANSWER

Right to vote for any candidate.


SOLUTION
The Candidates and the political parties use anti-social and unlawful techniques sometimes in order to gain votes of the people, the booth capturing, compelling people to vote for a particular candidate or partly under force or undue influence, bribing people with money, etc. These are the anti-social techniques applied by the candidates that are maligning our democratic politics.
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