The bleak future of Indian democracy
In spite of 70 years of the independence, the Indian population is divided into castes and the slow pace of development results because capable persons have not been offered the places which they deserved because of existing reservation policy. Democracy requires higher moral of citizens but misconceived reservation policy has destroyed any chance of achieving it. There is nothing wrong in giving reservation to any group of the people in order to give them representation in government services, but not by any means in elections and education. But giving them reservation and branding them as oppressed and backward will keep them demoralized for generations. If we want our country to excel, the youth of the nation must abhor the reservation policy and keep his moral high, work hard and excel its passion and thus passion will excel our desire and the on whole the country’s future will be excelled.
The recent JNU incident reflects that in such a fight (Hindutva driven), initially communists will take the beating which is bound to revive Ultra-leftism in India. And the communist will hardly take armed support from naxalites who were initially launched by communist/Marxists and who have presence in one third of Indian territory to take on agents driven by the philosophy of Hindutva not only in the street fights but even through cold blooded political murders. Also it is to be taken into account that communist china after encircling India in south through Sri Lanka and Maldives (by means of ports and other infrastructure) has done so in north too through Pakistan (the economic corridor and Nepal).
China has already risen the slogan that poverty and poor growth in India is a result of democracy in India.
The Modi Government aroused high hopes but economical failure and huge unemployment, despite the reservation policy in full swing, the topic becomes debatable as to whether democracy may be continued in India. Also the intention of China should also be checked which is trying its best to bring communist regime in India.
Due to failure of exclusive private capitalism, the liberal democracies of west also will not be able to stop this rising liking for communist rule in India because in west also, people are not inclined towards exclusive private capitalism.
In a nutshell it may be said that to keep alive the democracy in India, we must take a note of the high standards of world’s democracies and work in accordance.