International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development


International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development
International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development
Vol. 4, Issue 4 (2017)

New challenges of Indian democracy


Dr. Arun Kumar

India is a democratic state in which the process of governance is accomplished by the elective representative of the public. But democracy in our country has not been implemented correctly. There are new challenges for our democracy, in which we are facing brother nepotism, violence, caste, religion and representatives irresponsibility’s towards their duties etc. In democracy, the government is elected by the people; in which people are given full opportunities for participation in governance. In Indian Constitution, such rights have been made, but even today; in the Indian democracy, the public is not aware of their rights. Today Indian democracy is facing problem of language, terrorism, ignorance, religion and caste poison, criminals participation in politics, poverty and social discrimination in society etc. To prevent these challenges, the public must be educated. People who are having influence upon vote bank on the basis of religion and bribe will have to refrain from them finally. It can be said that the government, N.G.O’s and the people of country will have to take effective steps against Nepotism, communalism, separatism, casteism, terrorism and baseless alliances of political parties for good governance in democratic setup.
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