Your point, is the democratic structure of the country weakening?

आपकी बात, क्या देश का लोकतांत्रिक ढांचा कमजोर हो रहा है?

The question was asked in the magazine. Readers have mixed reactions, with selected responses.

The democratic structure has weakened
Democracy is the rule of the people, for the people, by the people, but at present it is being seen that the people are suffering at every level. There should be no distinction on the basis of caste and religion in democracy, but politics has deepened the gap between caste and religion. People are becoming radicalized. It would not be unreasonable to call the present democratic system a political monarchy. Today, people’s representatives are also being elected from generation to generation like a monarchy, due to which corruption is increasing. Poor and honest people are not getting opportunities, whereas in the democratic system the last person standing in the queue also matters. From this point of view, at present the structure of the democratic system of the country is undoubtedly weakening. The democratic system will be meaningful only when there is no discrimination of any kind in the country. Along with this, loyal and honest public representatives will be elected.
-Bhagwat Singh Rajawat, Nihalpura, Dausa
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politics over democracy
At present, the desire for power is overshadowing democracy. In a democracy, the people trust the political parties and provide their support to them. Legislators are tearing down governments by breaking public trust. Politics has become so dominant over democracy that even the values ​​of democracy are not being protected. In a democracy, the common man has the right to ask questions. If questions are raised, resentment arises among those associated with the ruling party. On questioning the rates of petrol, instructions are also given to go to the Taliban. In a democracy, the country is paramount, not any political party. It is only in the hands of the people to handle this weak structure.
Nateshwar Kamlesh, Chandameta, Madhya Pradesh
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name is democracy
Democracy means the government chosen by the people for the people and the government taking everyone along. The trouble is that this fact no longer matters. The government is passing the bill hastily in the Parliament without taking the opposition along. The government does not care about the people.
-Lata Agarwal, Chittorgarh
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creaking system
Democracy is a system for the people and by the people. This system of our country is crumbling. For this everyone needs to unite, cooperate and be responsible.
Manoj Kumar Sharma Anupuram, Chengalpattu, Tamil Nadu
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Opposition not vocal
In India, the world’s largest democratic country, the foundations of the democratic structure are being shaken. Controls on the judicial system and human rights remain intact. The voice of the people is being suppressed. The opposition is unable to speak out vocally. Everyone has the right to expression in a democratic republic. Unless this expression is respected, India’s democratic structure will not be strong.
-Satish Upadhyay, Manendragarh, Korea, Chhattisgarh
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oppression of opponents
Political opponents are being harassed and exploited in the name of democracy. Democracy doesn’t mean sitting down on democracy and adopting completely arbitrary attitude. In the name of public service and service to the country, only the people of political parties remain the enemies of the country.
-Chandra Shekhar Prakhar, Datia
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Impact on India’s image
The world’s largest democracy has turned into an elected autocracy. Civil society is also being repressed in the process of autocracy. There are signs of a steady decline of liberal ideology in India. Democracy is being affected by curbing media freedom and suppressing opposing voices. This is affecting the image of India.
-Ajita Sharma, Udaipur
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Terrorism and corruption are big reasons
Democracy is weakening due to problems like terrorism, infiltration, corruption. Therefore, these problems should be solved soon, so that we can proudly say that India is the largest democratic country in the world.
-NS. Ale. Shama, Ujjain
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Democracy is not weak
The democratic structure of the country was neither weak nor weak and cannot be weak. Yes, there has been an increase in public awareness. In the midst of levelless politics and corruption, the democratic structure looks a bit hazy, but the sun of public awareness gives a strong and shining image to this sacred structure.
-Lavkumar Singh, Balod
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no knowledge of rights
Most of the people of the country are not aware of their rights, considering the elected representative as omniscient, not able to get their work done properly by the administrative officers and not being able to raise their voice is weakening the democratic system.
-Karthik Vijayvargiya, Indore, MP

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