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Usually CMs transfer those officers loyal to old CM(they share the loot too) and they could give a lot of trouble for the current CM. so transfer those officers and bring those who are loyal to current CM.
"Men never do evil so completely and cheerfully as when they do it from religious conviction" -Pascal
Am I missing something, or does the election commission of India not know how to draw charts from a dataset?
They seem to have conjured up a pie chart that seems to be out of touch with the data they've published. According to their website, Con-gross has won 38% of the votes, and BJP only 36%, which makes little to no sense because BJP has won several more seats in comparison. Source: http://eciresults.nic.in/[^]
If I draw a pie chart by the number of seats won, it looks like this: A more accurate election results pie chart[^], which would show that BJP has won 46% of the votes, trailed by pappu & sons with a 35% vote share.
Google's pie chart[^] seems to be closer to mine than that of the election commission's. What's going on?
which makes little to no sense because BJP has won several more seats in comparison.
Nop it make sense. For example assume there 3 election each with 100 votes
A) Congress got 45 , BJP got 22 and Others (say 3 parties with 11 each) got 33 : - Winner Cong
b) Congress got 32, BJP Got 33 and others (again 3 parties with 22 each) : Winner BJP
c) congress got 30, BJP Got 31 and other (again 3 parties with 20/10 and 9) winner BJP
Total Vote Share of Cong : (45+32+30)/3 = ~36%
Total Vote Share of BJP : (22+33+31)/3 = ~28%