The Emerging Trends in Electoral Politics & Party System in India

Mrs. Rubbi Arya

Abstract


 The paradox of Indian democracy is that enlightened middle class has shown indifferent attitude towards electoral process. In the era of globalization, this class is so deeply involved to fulfill his unending quench for attaining material pleasure that he fails to realize his larger national responsibility. In India people belonging to middle and upper class maintain indifferent attitude and people belonging to lower social, economic, educational background register their participation in large number. For the success of democracy, the participation of have and have not is equally required.  If we analyze the prevailing trend in Indian democracy, winning election has become the sole criteria for political parties





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