Deliberative Democracy In The Indian Parliamentary System




Isha Raj Dixit, Babu Banarasi Das University

Introduction

India is a democratic country. As a word, democracy suggest that it a system that allows the citizen to cast their votes and form the government of their choice. India, has a complicated and tangled history around the world. As we know, India got its independence in 1947. From that day, India got its power of democracy. The meaning of democracy in India is bit different then our countries as in India, it runs on the five principles, i.e., sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic and republic.

In Indian Democratic system, people not only have a right to vote but also have to right to ensure social and economic equality. While the democratic system of the country has received worldwide appreciation, many areas require improvement so that democracy can be formed in the true sense. The government must work on eradicating illiteracy, poverty, communalism, casteism, and gender discrimination.

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