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India's 'none of the above' voters

In India's recent elections, voters were given a new option on their ballot - "none of the above".

In previous general elections, the only options for those turned off by a political class often perceived as corrupt or sectarian - and sometimes accused in serious criminal cases - was to stay away from the polls or to spoil their ballots.

Four Delhi voters tell the BBC whether they think India's politicians deserve to be rejected with "Nota".

Video by Jastinder Khera.

  • 14 May 2014