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India: Post Trust Motion

Posted by Kokolicious on July 24th, 2008


The Indian democracy seems to be limping for couple of decades. It has become a normal phenomenon that no political party can claim absolute majority without coalition with outside parties. And after every election the big parties start looking for support from the favorable allies. This happened in 1999 when Bhartiya Janata Party formed its government constituting National Democratic Alliance (NDA) with the help of small and regional parties such as Shiv Sena – Maharashtra, Janata Dal (United) – Bihar and Karnataka, Biju Janata Dal – Orissa, Shiromani Akali Dal and so on.

The same story repeated during general elections held in 2004 but this time with Indian Congress Party when it did not got the absolute majority in the election. The result was the formation of UPA (United Progressive Alliance) with support from regional and smaller parties like Rashtriya Janata Dal, Nationalist Congress Party, Lok Janshakti Party and many more.

And, this system of government formation through coalition by default has some disadvantages as mentioned below:

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•    Insecurity
•    Disagreement
•    Lack of decision making
•    Delay in implementation
•    Indiscipline
•    Corruption

The recent trust motion in Loksabha has proved the point as well. Had there been a single party in center with complete majority, the significant and inevitable nuclear deal would have been cleared much earlier. And, the citizens wouldn’t have witnessed such an ugly drama of tossing currency notes and allegations of horse trading on the floor of the parliament – the temple of democracy.

But the concern now is if there is any solution to the problem. It seems to be a vicious circle which will continue like this until a strong leadership influences the masses, the way it was done by Mahatma Gandhi or the first Prime Minister of India, Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru. But amidst the current spate of corrupt and poor politics, the dream of a strong leadership seems to be a matter of past.  To resolve such crisis needs honesty, devotion, patriotism, political will and desire to improve.

So, once politicians rise up higher than their personal interests, they can definitely solve the issues pertaining to hung parliament helping India to eradicate all its menaces like poverty, illiteracy and fundamentalism. Otherwise, the day is not far when the whole country will be divided into races, communities and religions.

One Response to “India: Post Trust Motion”

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