Another way in which money role was anticipated was that elections are always a costly affair. The form of government does not matter at all. Thus, the behaviour of a large number of electors is largely influenced by such dirty propaganda. Democracy functions on the basis of majority or consensus. We have closely engaged with Maldives. General feedback from small businesses and large companies, who say that they find much easier to access officials when they need to than it was 15-20 years back, easier to navigate government than they were used to. Milk output is growing 4% annually but Indian dairy industry is pre dominantly controlled by the unorganised.
Difference of opinion is not only compatible with democracy, but an essential ingredient for it. Every citizen in India, who is above 18 years, has the right to vote. Its existence serves as a deterrent and encourages self-censorship. Thus much has yet to be done in this field. In India there has all along been freedom of press. In a democracy, there should be a strong opposition to control the, excesses of the ruling party. Mao was inspired by revolutionary potential of peasantry and wanted to create a revolutionary strategy that would rely on their strength.
The future of our country is in the dark as most of the ministers and leaders are less qualified or uneducated. Bounded by the Indian Ocean. India was declared a democratic nation after it attained freedom from the colonial rule of the British in 1947. Such electorates could easily be swayed by money temptations, which might be offered by the rich few who will contest elections. The country is now coming up as a great power in Asia.
Then another threat to democracy is behaviour of elected representatives of the people both inside and outside the House. After a brief stint of opposition rule, the people of India once again voted the Congress back to power. The government is continually making efforts to encourage more and more people to use their right to vote to choose good governance. We have forgotten that the reason why the people in power are in power is because of us. As a region, South Asia is experiencing economic growth at an average rate of nearly seven percent each year. History of Democracy in India India had been ruled by several rulers from Mughals to Mauryas. Then another potential danger to the working of parliamentary democracy in India is the issue of large number of ordinances being promulgated by the President of India.
In this pursuit of industrial and material progress, however, we must not lose sight of the latest advances in agriculture, for India is predominantly an agricultural country. Democracy has certainly come to stay. We have British offenders who have fled to India. Everybody thought that things would change for the better. Such incidents are termed by newspapers as mismanagement of the government. The real threat is again poised from within. The future draws upon both the traditions inherited from the past and challenges encountered in the present, contemporary India.
Nobody likes filling in forms. Money has become a major decisive factor in our elections. Democracy ensures an equality of opportunity to all. The question is about the duality of democracy. .
Those who do not listen to politicians are suitably dealt with, as per the rules. Sovereignty of parliament and other statuary 3. Nobody either in the government or outside the government is bound and neither is free against the interest of our system. Being important maker of public opinion, it is to be tuned to the new situation and made to realise that it is to voice the views of the masses and not of the vested interests and monopoly houses, which have established themselves fully in India. Also, they have helped curb the autocratic tendencies of leaders of large political parties. According to them forces of integration in the country are very weak and those of disintegration very strong.
But credit goes to Indian democracy that the electorates have to a large extent not allowed money to play its part. Constituencies being big, each candidate is expected to hold election meetings in all parts of the constituency, for which money is required to be spent. The people of India did not tolerate curbs on independence of judiciary imposed during emergency period and voted Janata Party to power which professed to give back judiciary its independence. There is equally the other side of the picture as well. Naxals have scant regard for our Constitution and democracy.