Indian Politics and Politicians
Indian Politics refers to the activities of the political parties associated with the governance of India as a country.
A Politician is person who is professionally involved in politics.
It is to be said politics is the art and technique of government. Every idea contains an intention, similarly political idea also contains intention for implementation, but recently people observe negative sense.
Introduction to Indian Politics
Mahatma Gandhi stated regarding the place of ethics in politics. He told that politics without ethics and principles were not desirable. The principles are the moral principles. According to his philosophy political, life should be governed by truth, morality and self-purification. Gandhiji’s politics were bound up with truth and non-violence. He also prescribed that country should concern with the morals of her leaders. Devotion to truth was drawn by him to half corruption. He had no intention to indulge the religious matter. He interpreted that religious matter is a death-trap because it kills the soul.
He also expressed that “For me there is no politics without religion, not the religion of the superstitions or the blind religion that hates and fights, but the universal religion of toleration”.
Roles and responsibilities of Politicians
The role of the Politicians is to deal with national issues and are driving the country in full gear.
It is the duty of the Politicians to check Corruption, nepotism, crisis in politics and ethnic problems. They should work to bring communal harmony.
They should exercise wisdom in every work of national politics. They should practice ethical culture. The political parties should try to build confidence of political wisdom by their good work.
People expect good qualities in a politician. They expect them to be trustworthy.
They should come forward to check and stop unlawful activities.
People go to vote but they have...
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