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Essay on Indian democracy

FUTURE OF DEMOCRACY IN INDIA

English_Master August 6, 2014 No Comments
FUTURE OF DEMOCRACY IN INDIA Since the split in Congress in1969 the socio- political conditions in the country have been undergoing a steep fall. There is an abundance of good social legislation as may not be found in any democratic country in the world. But the common man just wonders whether he is meant to be the show piece in the sphere of history. The implementation of laws is almost nil in most of the parts of the country. If they are honestly implemented by a conscientious officer he has to do so at the risk of his transfer. The Parliament and State assemblies enact laws and pass them on to the administration not for their execution but for their non- execution. Educational people feel that the legislation is very good but the execution is bad. The poor illiterate or even the literate common man does not know anything about the legislation. He has to face a government officer, a representative or an official of the executive machinery who is seldom helpful. Thus he too abuses the executive right from the Prime Minister to peon in the Taluqa office. It is a black spot on the reputation of the executive head of the State. The experience of the people...
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essay on democracy in india

New speech Topics on the Future of Democracy in India

English_Master May 23, 2013 No Comments
Future of Democracy in India India is said to be the largest democracy in the world. Every citizen in India, who is above 18 years, has the right to vote. There are clearly defined areas of legislature, executive and judiciary in India. India has a directly elected Prime Minister, other ministers and legislators. There is a Panchayati Raj in the rural areas. In spite of all this, it cannot be said categorically that democracy is really a success in India. According to the former Chief Election Commissioner, Lyngdoh, not even a single politician in India is committed to democracy. In his opinion, the zamindari system in essence still continues in India. The elected representatives take the five year period for which they are elected as lease for fiefdom in which they can do whatever they like and this exactly is what we see today in India. If we take the pre-retrial remarks of Mr. Lyngdoh seriously, we’d have to infer that real democracy is still to take roots in India. The Indian democracy is endangered from several angles. There are so many communal forces in our country. The politicians and the bureaucrats are all by and large models of corruption. In spite of all the efforts of the Election...
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