do u think that india should change over from a multiparty system to a biparty system??

hello all please give your valuable take on this...

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To me multiparty system is better than biparty or unipolar as Anil is recommending. Because, "Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely" (Lord Atcon).

"it require not to change the democracy syatem ?" but the people & thought of the people have to change? otherwise nothin could be done.

 

Mithya parikalpan!!!!!!! Joo cheej hoo hi nahi saktee uske liy bhala kyun sochee????????
Subodh Bhai; Hone ko to kuch bhi ho sakta hai be optimistic kya aap ke khagaria se Lojpa ka safaya nahi ho gaya

Subodh Kumar said:
Mithya parikalpan!!!!!!! Joo cheej hoo hi nahi saktee uske liy bhala kyun sochee????????
Munna bhai: Sahi likhta hai tum ab you tell kaise president va ka chunav hoyee. Mantri santri auri chattari kahi se ho Rashtrapati auri Pradhan mantri direct peoples should elect.

Munna Lal Kedia said:
India should have multiparty democracy but Presidential system. President will appoint ministers from three largest political party in Parliament. Number of ministers will reflect number of MPs that party will have in Parliament.
Anil Bhai, The fact is different than we can think and it will not happens only after ours though, the entire nation should be in unity. Would it be happens by next 15-30 years? If so then i am with the supporter who wish it.
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Kaa kahela chaahat baadu, khul kar kaha babua. Hi or hello koi response hawa ka ho.

md.raghib ali said:
haia

When the creators of our constitution were discussing each and every aspect of the would-be law of the nation, they must not have thought that one day this country will be ruled by whole bunch of the likes of people we see today in politics. They must not have thought that the so called large base of youth population they were foreseeing will allow this to happen so easily, within a time span of 50-60 years. Else, probably they would have also chosen an autocratic fate for India. Else, they chose the best possible party system for India - a multiparty system. One party system can ensure you nothing but dictatorial power. Two party system is no different as to see end to their goals, the two parties can have an unconstituted illicit relation to milk resources. More so easy in a country like India where even BJP and Communists have ruled together and where morales are the last show in politics. However, for sure, in order to get away with the kind of non-sense we have been witnessing for quite sometime for now, multi- parties though allowed, must be regulated. Like what Bhaskar Ram suggests ! Let the parties be, but let them be disciplined. Let not all of them contest and claim berths in national Govt formation. Let them only grow and be capable to that end. Let there be only a few party at the national level and allow others to be at the lower levels.

 

Hello friends,

An interesting topic but everyone of us knows the answer that the numbers of political parties in any country and especially in the case of our country does not hold any value. Be it one, two or twenty one, the result will be the same; corruption, scandals and opportunism.

The fault lies in the form and formation of Government. What I feel is that in India, in present situation Prime Ministerial form of  government is outdated, defunct and prone to centralization and misuse of power.

According to political theorist and scholars two criticism have been made

1. The political parties deliberately wanted to withhold power in their hands and President would be just a puppet or Mukhowta in the hands of power mongers/holders. They had the option of Presidential form of Government but dint opt for, the reason is insecurity about whether they would continue coming into power or not. A well manipulated tactics played by the then so called few influential National Leaders....

And this plan has proved so fruitful till today even after 60 years of independence that the grand grand children either hold the power or are in a capacity to hold power in future.....

2. Or they could not vision that this will lead to anarchy or pseudo democracy.

Today I got an interesting mail which I feel to share with you all.

Reality in our country

* most of the first class students get technical seats some become doctors and some engineers

* the 2nd class passed pass MBA become administrator and control the first class

* the 3rd class passed enter politics and become ministers and control both

* last but not least & the failure join the underworld and control all the above

Nothing solid can be speculated...as everything will go in vain. No parties will be so generous and honest enough to find an alternative form of Government.

The time has come when Indian youth has to  involve in politics. 

The time has come for a rethinking and overhauling of the Parliamentary/Prime Ministerial form of government or an alternative.

The solution lies in the hands of the Public who forms the government. If we choose good leaders only then we can get good government. This is nothing but catch-22 situation. 

Regards

 

 

 

Don't you think, it would be a censored democracy then. Please do not suggest to kill the very soul of democracy. Multi Party system is meant to nurture Democary to the fullest and is good for society, nation and the entire world. We all have witnessed despotic rule of bloody Bush. We are witnessing Powerful Congress ruling the country and breeding corruption like anything. On the other hand, how can one forget the Bajpayee regime, which was a golden period in the independent history of India after Nehru. The Charismatic leader lead to coalition of a number of parties and delivered output to the maximum. The difference of Lalu regime and Nitish regime in Bihar is another example to substantiate. 

 

  

Maneesh Raj said:

When the creators of our constitution were discussing each and every aspect of the would-be law of the nation, they must not have thought that one day this country will be ruled by whole bunch of the likes of people we see today in politics. They must not have thought that the so called large base of youth population they were foreseeing will allow this to happen so easily, within a time span of 50-60 years. Else, probably they would have also chosen an autocratic fate for India. Else, they chose the best possible party system for India - a multiparty system. One party system can ensure you nothing but dictatorial power. Two party system is no different as to see end to their goals, the two parties can have an unconstituted illicit relation to milk resources. More so easy in a country like India where even BJP and Communists have ruled together and where morales are the last show in politics. However, for sure, in order to get away with the kind of non-sense we have been witnessing for quite sometime for now, multi- parties though allowed, must be regulated. Like what Bhaskar Ram suggests ! Let the parties be, but let them be disciplined. Let not all of them contest and claim berths in national Govt formation. Let them only grow and be capable to that end. Let there be only a few party at the national level and allow others to be at the lower levels.

 

Anand, I value your application of mind. But I didn't find in a good taste that the mindless mail you shared with us to substantiate the call -

The time has come when Indian youth has to  involve in politics. 

I bet you have got one of the finest brain and can contribute much. Kindly weigh your words before writing. Do not do things in a hurry. I hope to see something substantive that you deserve to deliver.

 



Anand Kumar said:

Hello friends,

An interesting topic but everyone of us knows the answer that the numbers of political parties in any country and especially in the case of our country does not hold any value. Be it one, two or twenty one, the result will be the same; corruption, scandals and opportunism.

The fault lies in the form and formation of Government. What I feel is that in India, in present situation Prime Ministerial form of  government is outdated, defunct and prone to centralization and misuse of power.

According to political theorist and scholars two criticism have been made

1. The political parties deliberately wanted to withhold power in their hands and President would be just a puppet or Mukhowta in the hands of power mongers/holders. They had the option of Presidential form of Government but dint opt for, the reason is insecurity about whether they would continue coming into power or not. A well manipulated tactics played by the then so called few influential National Leaders....

And this plan has proved so fruitful till today even after 60 years of independence that the grand grand children either hold the power or are in a capacity to hold power in future.....

2. Or they could not vision that this will lead to anarchy or pseudo democracy.

Today I got an interesting mail which I feel to share with you all.

Reality in our country

* most of the first class students get technical seats some become doctors and some engineers

* the 2nd class passed pass MBA become administrator and control the first class

* the 3rd class passed enter politics and become ministers and control both

* last but not least & the failure join the underworld and control all the above

Nothing solid can be speculated...as everything will go in vain. No parties will be so generous and honest enough to find an alternative form of Government.

The time has come when Indian youth has to  involve in politics. 

The time has come for a rethinking and overhauling of the Parliamentary/Prime Ministerial form of government or an alternative.

The solution lies in the hands of the Public who forms the government. If we choose good leaders only then we can get good government. This is nothing but catch-22 situation. 

Regards

 

 

 

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