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  • It do has failed

    In the early independent india, the democracy was good but now because of corrupt politicians it has become a failure, in many remote parts of india the system of ballet does not exist ,and in many other financially deprived parts politicians give money to people and ask them to vote forcefully to the parties they don't want to support. Democracy means for the people, by the people and of the people but does the government do for the people, its only the civilians do to the government by paying the taxes.If the government would have done something for people then we could say that democracy in India is a success.

  • Yes indeed it is

    It's not anymore for people and by people but for majority by eilte.
    It has no stable regulatory legitimate legislative structure.

    No bill introduction in parliament happens.

    It is run by goons and illetrates.

    Hasn't revisited and revised constitution since ages.

    False promises and corruption is the only way to win seat in parliament by mere fake elections.

  • Mockery of law

    Violence money distribution idiots and rascals like lalu mamata jaya many more failure at JK rampant corruption weakness by gandhi mistakes of congress weak education model reservation 370 article poverty illness high petroleum products high external debt useless people in Rajya sabha mockery of judiciary very old law out dated

  • India and we Indian are not fit for democracy

    The root of democracy is - for the people, by the people and of the people. But in our current system and scenerio , democracy has lost its significance . As elections are fought on the basis of money and power and after winning the election , candidate starts earning . The whole system has become corrupt including ministers, officers . Thats why no strong policy , law can be made which can be benifical for the people. On the other side people are also equally responsible for this stage , as we elect corrupt person in election , don't follow our duty and responsibility towards society and work , have become selfish and money minded. Have forgot our past , history and rich culture .

  • Yes.India is the great example of absolute failure of democracy.

    Indian democracy has been failed because of corrupt politicians,but from where these politicians are coming,they are coming from masses of people. We Indian always blames others for our problems,actually problems exists within ourselves.We blame that almost all politicians are criminals but don't want to participate in political activities or enter in to active politics.Why we don't consider politics as a career.We ourselves are at fault.If you observe and study in all political parties most of the leaders are uneducated and criminal minded.They are not coming from good background so how can we expect good conduct and moral from these people.Until and unless good people enter into politics this miserable situation can not be changed and we would be continue suffering.

  • Democaracy is just for Namesake and Politicians Rule in India

    Politicians elected by people once elected forget their place and concentrate on corruption instead of people'w welfare. This is obvious in all states of India. Tamil Nadu being the worst. The CM of Tamil Nadu doesn't even know or care about democracy. Criticize her by any means be it direct or through media or social network YOU WILL BE FILED DEFAMATION CASE and THROWN in to Jail. Even Supreme Court of India has warned the CM not to spoil democracy by filing cases. This has happened irrespective of the ruling parties in TN the moment you question or criticize the government you will be charged with fake cases and thrown in to Jail. The Police Department is merely puppets of Ruling Party. The Worst in TN, they do anything to please the Local Govt. They went to the extend of Killing an accused in Jail just to save some politicians. Politicians in TN are the richest believe me 3000 crores were spent in elections to bribe people for votes. And the Central Government is the biggest Joke in India they know all this is happening and they get their fair share from Local Government and just keeps mum. Supreme Court has no Power in India just for namesake many Politicians or actors accused have found their way out by the support of this SC. They themselves don't protect the Law. India is not protected by any laws. There is no equality for the people. Poor people or people from lower casts never get Justice in India. People with money or Political Support get all they need. No Law controls them.

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  • Yes it has

    I am perplexed by How India is surviving ???? With so many people, corrupt politicians (nearly all), scams, race for commissions in weapons, anti-people Police, so many undecided cases, failure of intelligence agencies, so much red tapism, rich & powerful going unpunished, judiciary is so slow for the common man, politicians openly dividing the 'junta' on caste basis.....ITS TOTAL ANARCHY since the time we were let to believe that we have attained INDEPENDENCE. INDEPENDENCE in India means anybody can act the way he/she wants to ????????????

  • Yes it has

    I am perplexed by How India is surviving ???? With so many people, corrupt politicians (nearly all), scams, race for commissions in weapons, anti-people Police, so many undecided cases, failure of intelligence agencies, so much red tapism, rich & powerful going unpunished, judiciary is so slow for the common man, politicians openly dividing the 'junta' on caste basis.....ITS TOTAL ANARCHY since the time we were let to believe that we have attained INDEPENDENCE. INDEPENDENCE in India means anybody can act the way he/she wants to ????????????

  • Yes it has

    I am perplexed by How India is surviving ???? With so many people, corrupt politicians (nearly all), scams, race for commissions in weapons, anti-people Police, so many undecided cases, failure of intelligence agencies, so much red tapism, rich & powerful going unpunished, judiciary is so slow for the common man, politicians openly dividing the 'junta' on caste basis.....ITS TOTAL ANARCHY since the time we were let to believe that we have attained INDEPENDENCE. INDEPENDENCE in India means anybody can act the way he/she wants to ????????????

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    Democracy, politically speaking is the rule of majority. And this rule of majority is determined by the issues which is plaguing the country at the time elections where political parties have election manifesto of what to focus on after achieving incumbency. Secondly. May be the voting pattern by people be criticized at this moment of having allegiance to certain party promoting a community group, but i don't think that any person, however illiterate or literate, doesn't have this much sense about the party or candidate who can benefit his cause. If this is the essence of democracy, how can that be wrong. The intelligentsia may have a different view in this regard but their grass root inactivism is the reason why the country elects a different leader than their choice.Thirdly, a democracy evolves and there will be a time when a government in India is elected based on their performance rather than their ideology and it's sign are already evident in the preceding elections. Finally, no one knows what would have happened to our beloved country if any other form of government would have been instated anytime after independence and I don't think any Indian would even want to have taken such a risk.
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  • Democracy ha not failed in india

    1. Ethical Defence:

    Democracy recognizes the worth of a man. It rejects the right of one or a few to rule over the others. Under democracy the community as a whole is the custodian of sovereignty of state.

    Dewey says, "The foundation of democracy is faith in the capacities of human nature, faith in human intelligence and in the power of pooled co­operative existence."

    2. Common Welfare:

    It is, therefore, only in democracy that common welfare can be promoted. The government will respond to the needs of all since power of sovereignty vests in all. Those who are excluded from power are also denied the privileges of power. It is only in democracy that a citizen is at once the subject and the ruler and "just government is government by consent of the governed.

    " As J.S. Mill puts it, "the participation in governmental affairs lifts the individual above the narrow circle of his egotism and broadens his interests. Democracy makes an individual interested in his country and gives him a sense of responsibility."

    3. Rule of Law:

    It is only in democracy that the rule of persons and classes is replaced by the "rule of law"; where fundamental rights are guaranteed and treated as limitations upon the government.

    4. Democracy develops the Spirit of Patriotism:

    As J.S. Mill puts it, "Democracy strengthens the love of country because citizens feel that the government is their own creation and the rulers their servants rather than masters". This conception imbibes in them the spirit of patriotism and nationalism.

    5. Responsible to the People:

    A democratic government cannot become tyrannical or arbitrary as a monarchy or an aristocracy can. It is subject to regular and constant criticism and popular pressure. It alone provides responsibility of the rulers. The party in power can retain power only by invoking the sanction of popular support which can be possible only if it serves popular interests.

    The opposition parties keep a check and watch upon the ruling party. The latter has always to explain its policy and convince the electorate of its soundness. All decisions are to be arrived at by discussion, argument and persuasion. Democracy avoids suppre­ssion of thought and action.

    6. Peaceful change of Government:

    People have a right to change the government peacefully. No other form of government provides such mechanism. It thus avoids violent revolutions and provides for flexibility. As Dr. Lindsay observes, "A democratic society sure of itself can be indefinitely elastic in its methods.

    It can as in a time of crisis, give enormous powers into the hands of government, in cheerful confidence that, the crisis past, it can take them away.

    " All other forms of Govern­ment are rigid and can only be thrown away through violent revolutions or revolt. History is replete with examples when absolute government had to face popular wrath in form of rebellions and revolts.

  • Democracy ha not failed in india

    1. Ethical Defence:

    Democracy recognizes the worth of a man. It rejects the right of one or a few to rule over the others. Under democracy the community as a whole is the custodian of sovereignty of state.

    Dewey says, "The foundation of democracy is faith in the capacities of human nature, faith in human intelligence and in the power of pooled co­operative existence."

    2. Common Welfare:

    It is, therefore, only in democracy that common welfare can be promoted. The government will respond to the needs of all since power of sovereignty vests in all. Those who are excluded from power are also denied the privileges of power. It is only in democracy that a citizen is at once the subject and the ruler and "just government is government by consent of the governed.

    " As J.S. Mill puts it, "the participation in governmental affairs lifts the individual above the narrow circle of his egotism and broadens his interests. Democracy makes an individual interested in his country and gives him a sense of responsibility."

    3. Rule of Law:

    It is only in democracy that the rule of persons and classes is replaced by the "rule of law"; where fundamental rights are guaranteed and treated as limitations upon the government.

    4. Democracy develops the Spirit of Patriotism:

    As J.S. Mill puts it, "Democracy strengthens the love of country because citizens feel that the government is their own creation and the rulers their servants rather than masters". This conception imbibes in them the spirit of patriotism and nationalism.

    5. Responsible to the People:

    A democratic government cannot become tyrannical or arbitrary as a monarchy or an aristocracy can. It is subject to regular and constant criticism and popular pressure. It alone provides responsibility of the rulers. The party in power can retain power only by invoking the sanction of popular support which can be possible only if it serves popular interests.

    The opposition parties keep a check and watch upon the ruling party. The latter has always to explain its policy and convince the electorate of its soundness. All decisions are to be arrived at by discussion, argument and persuasion. Democracy avoids suppre­ssion of thought and action.

    6. Peaceful change of Government:

    People have a right to change the government peacefully. No other form of government provides such mechanism. It thus avoids violent revolutions and provides for flexibility. As Dr. Lindsay observes, "A democratic society sure of itself can be indefinitely elastic in its methods.

    It can as in a time of crisis, give enormous powers into the hands of government, in cheerful confidence that, the crisis past, it can take them away.

    " All other forms of Govern­ment are rigid and can only be thrown away through violent revolutions or revolt. History is replete with examples when absolute government had to face popular wrath in form of rebellions and revolts.

  • Democracy hasn't failed in India because till now India is developing and it will be better after few yrs.

    Democracy, politically speaking is the rule of majority. And this rule of majority is determined by the issues which is plaguing the country at the time elections where political parties have election manifesto of what to focus on after achieving incumbency. Secondly. May be the voting pattern by people be criticized at this moment of having allegiance to certain party promoting a community group, but i don't think that any person, however illiterate or literate, doesn't have this much sense about the party or candidate who can benefit his cause. If this is the essence of democracy, how can that be wrong. The intelligentsia may have a different view in this regard but their grass root inactivism is the reason why the country elects a different leader than their choice.Thirdly, a democracy evolves and there will be a time when a government in India is elected based on their performance rather than their ideology and it's sign are already evident in the preceding elections. Finally, no one knows what would have happened to our beloved country if any other form of government would have been instated anytime after independence and I don't think any Indian would even want to have taken such a risk.

  • Democracy is unstable in India.

    India scored a 6-7 of a 10 in a global democracy scale survey. India is doing well, though there are more arguments against it, rather than supporting it. The main problem in Indian democracy is that, political leaders are leaving their work abrupt, and the next set of representatives are finding it considerably hard to catch up on it. India has it's budget slipping away from it's hands, due to cash flowing into the wrong places and very weak law enforcements. India has a democracy that is generally needs loose ends to be tied up with in many numerous ways.

  • Democracy has not failed in India.

    India is the world's largest democracy, and it is a stable and prosperous country. Although it is not perfect, and there are still a lot of conflicts and there is a lot of poverty, India is getting a lot better. There is no reason to belive that India is a failed democracy.

  • Democracy can never fail

    Democracy, politically speaking is the rule of majority. And this rule of majority is determined by the issues which is plaguing the country at the time elections where political parties have election manifesto of what to focus on after achieving incumbency. Secondly. May be the voting pattern by people be criticized at this moment of having allegiance to certain party promoting a community group, but i don't think that any person, however illiterate or literate, doesn't have this much sense about the party or candidate who can benefit his cause. If this is the essence of democracy, how can that be wrong. The intelligentsia may have a different view in this regard but their grass root inactivism is the reason why the country elects a different leader than their choice.Thirdly, a democracy evolves and there will be a time when a government in India is elected based on their performance rather than their ideology and it's sign are already evident in the preceding elections. Finally, no one knows what would have happened to our beloved country if any other form of government would have been instated anytime after independence and I don't think any Indian would even want to have taken such a risk.


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