Political Scenario in India

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

India is heading for the 2014 General Election, which will decide which party is going to get the clear majority in the Parliament. As a part of preparation for the big political battle, all the parties seem to be ready with their campaigning strategy and issues. The recently rally by Congress in New Delhi and JD(U) in Patna are the best set example that parties have already geared up for the battle 2014. There are many issues like corruption, inflation, subsidies on LPG, and hike in Petrol prices – which could put voters in puzzles to decide their right candidates to send to the Parliament.

The year 2012 was full high voltage political activities, since the beginning of the year the ‘Jan Lokpal Bill’ has been in the news. The nation has witnessed the campaign of Hanna Hazare and Ramdev over the bill. However, there were many rounds of talks between the civil society members and UPA government to finalize the issues, but the result was same.

Arvind Kejriwal, the most active member of India Against Corruption, became to more limelight by raising issues of corruption reportedly against Salman Kurshide’s trust and BJP President, Nitin Gadkari’s companies. Kejriwal is going to a political party that likely to be ready to face 2014 general election. He has been quite successful getting the fame as a leader, as he is well known across the country for his campaign and issues which he highlighted.

Major political parties – Congress and BJP, both will work hard to reach voters for the 2014 general elections. Allegations… everywhere, in every news stories are there since the general election is near round the corner. This time the allegations of corruption, petrol, cap on LPG cylinder, inflation, etc., are going to change the political scenario in the country. And those are not good sign for major political parties in India like Congress and BJP.

It is not wrong to say that in the changing scenario of politics, major parties may not get the full majority to form the government. In such case the chances of ‘Third Front’ in India. Allies from UPA and NDA might support the idea of Third Front to form a government. And the fact is that, voters are going to choose their leaders in the forthcoming election, but this the big criteria would be the election issues, unlike the Roti, Kapda Aur Makan. INDEX

Serial No.TopicPage No.
1.INTRODUCTION AND RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
1.1Overview of Topic
1.2Objective of Study
1.3Scope of Study
1.4Research Methodology
i)Formation of Research Problem
ii)Data Collection
iii)Sampling Plan
vi)Research Limitation
2.REVIEW OF LITERATURE
3.FLAWS IN THE INDIAN POLITICAL SYSTEM

4.STRUCTURE OF POLITICAL SYSTEM IN INDIA
5.POLITICAL PARTIES OF INDIA

6.YOUTH IN POLITICS
7.MID-TERM POLL 2012
8.FUTURE OF INDIAN POLITICS

9.DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION
9.1Hypothesis Testing
10.CONCLUSION
11.ENCLOSURE
11.1Bibliography
11.2Annexure
11.2.1Secondary research

1.1OVERVIEW
POLITICAL SCENARIO IN INDIA

Politics in India takes place within the framework of a federal Westminster-style Parliamentary democratic constitutional republic, in which the President of India is head of state and the Prime Minister of India is the head of government. Nominally executive power is exercised by the President and is independent of the legislature. Legislative power is vested in both the government and the two chambers of the Parliament of India, the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha. Federal and state elections generally take place within a multi-party system, although this is not enshrined in law. The judiciary is independent of the executive and the legislature, the highest national court being the Supreme Court of India. India is the world's largest democracy in terms of citizenry. India is a nation that is characterized as a "sovereign socialist secular democratic republic". Like the...
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