ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT

Elections: Think twice before you vote them

Elections: Think twice before you vote them
Highlights

Elections: Think twice before you vote them, During months I have been observing the changing/challenging Political Scenarios in India, Leader running for Voters, Voters assessing for their future Leaders and capabilities.

Authors Note:

During months I have been observing the changing/challenging Political Scenarios in India, Leader running for Voters, Voters assessing for their future Leaders and capabilities. It intensified me to take up a small article on so called future leaders and leadership model and put before you for ease in your assessment. I’m clear in my manifestations in posing Leadership futurity probes if India will choose them as Shield. I’m not in one favor. The degree of appraisal is to educate and enrich assessment of 80 Million Voters. Sharing my views, on proclaimed leaders of different parties with different Doctrines and Ideologies in World’s Largest Democracy. My aim is to prevent the flaunted politicians/parties to rule India for valuable 5 years, which may cause obfuscation of the Indian crunching economy.

Indians, now not in position to entertain the paltry rulers. The race of development is more vanquished, several economies adopting innovative reforms for their economic sustainability continual growth. Though India under passed many reforms during the decades but couldn’t continue its positive growth trends because of its ineffective chosen leadership. Indian development model shall require a paradigm shift to setback the growth on graph. It can be possible with next Government and its adopted ideology.

My note is all about posing the Indian Political leadership and their infirmity. Making promise is not typical task, keeping and realizing the promise is set forth task before the Parties. I hope readers will understand my pen and will choose their political leader for a next half decade.

Monarchy with the name of Democracy:

India- the World’s largest democracy going for 16th Lok sabha election, the result declares the Indian future for next five years. To say we have been electing our representatives through a democratic process since the post Independence. Amid the nations is well known for its democratic process of electing their rulers but it is analogous to the Monarchy but pretense to the world is democracy. India constantly inheriting the inefficient leadership patterns which causing India ambiguous anonymity. An inefficient/corrupt/accused/attenuate politician transferring hierarchy to the heir of his family, that buoyant cutting the edge of the nations development. The inexperienced cadets who inherited the qualities of inefficiency, corruption, by continuing the legacy from ancestors demising the nation’s growth. India now can’t redux the conventional patterns leadership. It requires young faces, efficient incorruptible, ingenious leaders, been suppressed, and oppressed from entering the politics. The leader must be contiguous to the citizen. Very often Indian political leadership analogue with developed nations, in fact it never been comparable with them. India requires its political presence in world politics. It can only be done through clearing its stand towards its adopted doctrine in development. The world political presence requires diplomatic/educative leadership which can lead the nation not only tangible development but also intangible development.

Communal Politics:

As you aware the history of Republic India began on 26th Jan 1950, the new constitution of 1950 made India a secular and democratic state. Though it was 64 years passed, politics in contemporary India is marked by the 'resurgence' of 'caste and communal politics '. India’s stature as the world’s largest democracy is redoubtable, except for perturbations — attacks against minorities — that often threaten the very foundation of democracy. The polarized mentality of certain sections of the Indian politicians coupled with the embittered communal history of the land seems to shake the edifice of Indian democracy. Repeated attacks on the “freedom and existence” of minorities in India, unless effectively checked, pose not only a challenge to democracy but also a threat to the existence of minorities.

At a crucial terrified moment s, when the whole country should come together to stand for the cause of national security and integrity, these poignant and divisive remarks from politicians are not just abominable, but are criminal and deserve legal action for promoting alienation and hatred.

Owing to divisive mindsets, ever since the independence in 1947, India has been affected with successive/massive communal riots. Both ethnic and religious communalisms have had their share of turbulence. If the massacre of almost 3000 people in Nellie, Assam in 1983 is attributed to Bengali-Assamese ethnic rift, the anti-Sikh riots of 1984 in Delhi remains an indelible stain in the dark history of religio-political communalism in India. Although the Sikh victims received some compensation in 2010 after waiting for 25 years, justice for families and survivors of Nellie massacre is still a dream. Butchering the Muslim is more common in India, country witness hundreds of riots against Muslims since Post Independence. Innocents sent to jail for undue reasons, authorities hide them years and years. The brutal treatment turns them to take weapon against the system.

There are bigger challenges before the country such as abject poverty, acute illiteracy, inadequate infrastructure, pervasive corruption, mounting internal security threats like the Naxal movement, the ULFA, and serious external concerns with immediate neighbor. If the integrity and power of resilience of the nation is exhausted by inciting and fighting communal hatred within the country, then how will India fight the bigger challenges toward its progress?

Bibilography: Shahidur Rashid on politics.

Capitalist-Socialist Party:

He is known as Corruption crusader, symbol of protest, he made his team in short span, rewritten the rules of game, win the election and able to form Govt with support. Finally to say he got chance to deliver the promises. But he fails in delivering them, the promises, he made were more burden to the country/state. When Governments required cutting down the subsidies to reduce the fiscal deficit, he started posing the subsides. Created chaos (anarchy) in his own ruling state. His inexperience/honesty in politics did to getdown from the thrown. They adopted the wrong doctrine

A clue to their philosophy was recently provided by their ideologue czar. He admitted to the fact that the philosophy of the AAP was socialist, though he added and hoped that its policies would not be silly. Both the socialist and silly components of the AAP's policies are examined through the prism of its well-articulated and developed policy on water distribution. Most conventional beliefs about socialism centre on the ideology, and hopefully practice, of helping the poor and the disadvantaged. What differentiates true socialists from populists is the practice of populism. The real question is whether the new socialists buck the trend of others who have also campaigned in the name of the poor — and grotesquely failed to deliver.

Secular Opportunist-An alternative Government:

Rebirth of 3rd front going to play predominant role in next Indian politics. Regional party’s consortium to form next alternative Govt will be an opportunity to fight against the dominating national parties. Let us now examine some of the shortcomings of the arguments in favour of such an alternative. The third front is a bittersweet prospect. The 11-party front is united by the twin goals of combatting corruption and strengthening secularism. But beyond being an oppositional force, there is little that holds the third front together. It lacks a coherent ideology and dynamic leadership. Despite reports that the front will produce a joint statement and agree a common minimum program, the business community in particular is concerned about a third front’s ability to drive through the structural reforms needed to revive India’s ailing economy. It is the lack of a clearly articulated plan that has allowed some to dismiss the front as a “failed idea [that’s] objective was and is [only] to unite for power.”

Show Full Article
Download The Hans India Android App or iOS App for the Latest update on your phone.
Subscribed Failed...
Subscribed Successfully...
More Stories


Top