Saha has now come out to defend his decision on why he never made it to the much-anticipated debate. The singer says that he had been booked before the debate happened. He had to perform on the day that the debate happened.
And he couldn’t miss making money because of a debate. This is because as candidates of UMA, they self-fund themselves.
He, therefore, had to look for money. Plus he also fears failing to work because he knows what it feels like to be having no money.
“I didn’t attend the debate because I was booked prior to the debate. And I had been told on short notice about this debate. I, therefore, couldn’t miss making money because even these campaigns we fund ourselves. Plus I fear living the next day without money because I have ever been in that situation,” Saha said.
However, most people felt that he intentionally failed to show up because the debate was in English. This was therefore going to present a problem to him in articulating his points.
It was however a huge blow to the singer as many people and artists were left disappointed by his absence. Many feel that a person who can’t honor such obligations is not the right candidate.
Furthermore, the singer reiterated his stance on the proposed virtual elections by UMA. The “Biri Biri” singer maintained that he and his camp want a ballot box election. Failure to do this, he will either opt-out or they won’t vote.
It is something that he raised with his lawyer and the singers that supported him. Meanwhile, UMA postponed the election which was supposed to take place yesterday to June 6th.
This is to avail them more time to teach the voters about the online voting procedures.
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