INDIAN DEMOCRACY ON THE PATH OF STABILITY

The results of Vidhan Sabha election of Maharashtra and Haryana have proved Magic of Modi and BJP, proving fruitful to stablize the Indian Democracy. P.M Narendera Modi has very successfully achieved the goal to guide the general masses to vote in favour of one party so it may be easy to form the government with no pressure of other small parties and the government can be successful to give good governance to the people.

We have seen till to day that the governments formed with the alliance of more than two or more political parties do not bring good results. The regional parties have their own interests to fulfill first and the national interest suffers. Good governance by a good government is possible only if its stable and formed by only one political party at the state or national level.

The mushrooming up of numerous political parties at the State level and National level occurred due to the Constitutional adoption of multiparty system. If the provision of two or three party system had been laid in the Indian Constitution like in U.K and United States,
this problem would never have occurred in our country and the Indian democratic system could have been more efficient.

Now let us see, the efforts of Narendra Modi are proving fruitful to establish strong democratic governments at the center as well as the state level. The regional, local smaller political parties are by and large getting abolished from the political scene. The National leadership shall be established and the government may dedicate its efforts to demonstrate a good and effective governance to the Nation.

In my opinion considering the present evolutionary scenario, in the future all the vigilant voters will take care to vote for a strong and stable government with the perception of full majority and sustainability.

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