Under The Veil Of Democracy

Boundless Ocean Of Politics

The opinion of the majority is important in Democracy, as the majority would tend to enjoy the authority, and take all the responsibilities for maintaining the political system. In India, people enjoy the right to cast their votes during elections, and other democratic rights. However, the Indian political outfits often do not (s)elect their leaders in a democratic manner. A few leaders, without being elected by their party members, make all the important decisions on behalf of their respective parties. Furthermore, some parties are run by some Families. Except the parties with Leftist leanings and the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS, an Indian right-wing, Hindu nationalist, paramilitary volunteer organisation), almost all the political parties have accepted Familycracy or Dynastic Politics. Hence, Hero Worship has replaced Policy and Ideology, as far as functions of the Indian political outfits are concerned. Even after 76 years of Independence, the majority…

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