Political reforms: Need of the hour

“Opposition” party is a wrong and politically incorrect word. If the purpose of political parties is to work for the country’s development, then where is scope for opposition? Are the political parties meant to oppose and fight each other? Or are they are they meant to work for the progress of the country?!
Indian democracy and political system have, by and large, failed. There is something seriously wrong with the foundation of modern Indian political system which was based on wrong models simply aping the west. This political system encourages parties to ‘fight’ for power rather than serve country and thus indirectly encourages corruption, vote-bank politics and ‘populist’ exploitative tendencies. Thought leaders need to (re)think on suitable working political models that are growth-conducive and encourages people and parties to serve….
– Krishna Reddy


3 thoughts on “Political reforms: Need of the hour”

  1. A two pronged approach; one is making voters more aware of what is stake in electing their representatives and second is developing grass root selfless leaders who are willing to develop to tackle contrast of interests in developmental process.

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