Democracy Has Hampered India's Progress.

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Democracy has hampered India’s progress.

•Democracy definitely hampred the progress because the people who have chosen by the indian people are not educated enough and capable enough to run the government properly. •Democracy putting forward lot of restrictions on business to run it as profitable enterpise rther then it is becoming more like running for social causes. •In some sense yes. You know, becaus of the way the system is built, lot of regulations and formalities come into picture. The bureaucracy leads to delays. •Yes,as all can see from the TV news and read the papers,everything is being moulded according to the wishes of the so called protectors of the democracy. •Why separate scales are being used for same kind of work/service. Against

•Democracy is the only reason of India's progress. there is no greater system for a country than a vibrant democracy . there may be problem, but then what system does not have the problem. there will always be problem in any system, but we have to overcome that and keep trying to do so. no system can ever be foolproof because no two men always can think alike. •just look to Pakistan for a reference. or if you have China in mind, there bubble will burst one day like USSR did. •At the time of Independence, the average income of Pakistanis was higher than that of Indians. Today after almost 60 years of democracy in India (bloody and violent democracy at time I will admit) and 60 years of dictatorships, military rule and religious control in Pakistan, the average income of Indians is about 300% higher than Pakistan and India is now in the process of becoming a genuine world "superpower." Conclusion

•There might be some problem with the democracy but no system is fullproof we can ectify them
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