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Death of Democracy and Rise of Kakistocracy in India

The electoral officials carrying Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) for counting, at a counting centre of General Election 2019, at CWG Village, Sports Complex, in New Delhi on May 23, 2019. Photo: PIB

Indian voters should not blindly follow any politician because most of the politicians in all political parties are crooks. OPENING STATEMENT Today, India is standing at the crossroads where the country’s 1.4 billion people are facing a grave threat from their own political rulers who have been exploiting the sentiment of people for the past […]

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Consultative Paper on Political Reforms in India

Mostly poor and uneducated people vote in India

As the Lok Sabha Election is scheduled to happen in India during 2019, I have launched an exclusive online editorial section for voter education. It sheds light on the political as well as democratic status in the country. As I have been studying various aspects of democracy and election processes, I find that the current […]

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