Political journey of India from — Prionka Jha Voyage of Indian politics from to has not been very smooth. At the strike of midnight on August 14, India began its experiment of democracy against all odds. The first generation statesmen to the next bracket of leaders, all have allowed democracy to permeate into the Indian system right from the national level to the local panchayats. His untimely death was a big blow to the nation, which was struggling hard to establish state authority, manage the accession of princely states among other Herculean tasks The conjoined twins — India and Pakistan, who were separated at the birth of their independence soon were embroiled in battle over the claim of Kashmir when Pakistan sent tribes, the Maharaja quickly accede to India.
It continued to operate from the underground till and propagated the ideas of Marxism through weeklies and journals. Despite its cadres being persecuted and repressed by the British, CPI played a seminal role in mobilising the people for the sake of independence.
Simultaneously, a handful of other political parties and social organisations emerged between the 20s and 40s, which included Jammu and Kashmir National Conference and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh RSS. Role of Political Parties After Independence Emergence of multi-party system and coalition culture has truly affected the decision-making capability of a nation.
Differences among political parties over economic issues have become rampant in India. Both national and regional parties were seen at loggerheads over issues such as free-market economy, privatisation, FDI and neo-liberal policies. The effectiveness of political parties has declined over the years.
Upsurge in Region and Caste-Based Politics Caste politics gradually penetrated into the system, more so after the end of the Congress domination.
It was considered as the end of subjugation and denigration of the lower caste people by their upper-caste counterparts. All they wanted was to weaken the upper caste domination in Indian politics.
Change in Agenda and Priorities The priorities of the political parties in the post-independent era have witnessed a major paradigm shift. Terrorism, insurgency, religious violence, and naxalism are seeping into body politic.
With multiple parties came an equally diverse set of agenda. The equation between the ruling and the opposition has not turned out to be symbiotic. Personal agenda overpowered the larger good of the people. That has resulted in fragmented votes and fractured mandate, barring the General Elections.After the announcement by President Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan that English would stay in India quelled the anger of the southern leaders completely.
But the chief problem of Shastri’s administration was the first Indo-Pakistan war in After almost seven decades of Independence, India has emerged as the third largest producer of electricity in Asia.
It has increased its electricity generation capacity from 1, MW in to 1. Political Parties formed since Independence in India / 5 (%) 33 votes The post-independence era has witnessed proliferation of political parties at both national and regional level.
New ideologies caught public imagination and new ideologues emerged with their distinct philosophies. Political journey of India from – It was not even six months after India gained independence, when ‘Father of the Nation’ Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated on January 30, began her political innings after taking the primary membership of the party in the Calcutta Plenary Session of She was elected the Congress.
The political effects of WW1 ON India Key issues: Indian-Raj relations Montagu Deceleration Positive political effects for India after WW1 The electorate was expanded and more men where given the chance to vote. The politics of India takes place within the framework of its constitution.
There are two types of political parties in India - National Party and Regional/State party. Out of the 66 years of India's independence, India has been ruled by the Indian National Congress (INC) for 53 of those years.