Democracy in Peril - Remedies to Surmount - A Brief Study

Abstract

Democracy is the only best system of any government. It stands on strong pillars namely Executive, Parliament and Judiciary. Indian Constitution was framed on these three independent structures and one cannot override on the other under any circumstances. However, the framers of the Constitution, taking into consideration some aspects like increasing population, illiteracy, social conditions, developmental requirements in various fields, etc., a clause was enshrined to the effect that Parliament, which consists of people elected representatives to provide changing needs for establishing a welfare state, to amend the constitution from time to time without subverting the main theme of the constitution. Unfortunately, slowly moral and ethical values in all spheres of activities are relegated to back seat and high volume of kleptocracy emerged and is widening its vicious wings to throw away the trust and belief between and among the people. Today, all well said three pillars are losing its sheen and giving wider scope to the tattlers publicly. This is tormenting the righteous persons. However, it is disheartening to go through a news report that about 4000 criminal cases are pending in various courts against politicians, out of which 2500 cases are registered against sitting legislators. All these cases are ranging from corruption to money laundering. Amicus Curiae in a reply to Supreme Court, some of these cases are stuck at the stage of framing charges. In a democratic set up, elected representatives are rapacious to gain power and pelf on political platform, an easy and comfortable profession even for one term or still less time. Therefore, they are disdained by people inherently though not open.

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Dr. N S R Murthy and Y Srinivas

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Dr. N S R Murthy and Y Srinivas (2021). Democracy in Peril - Remedies to Surmount - A Brief Study. Journal for Research Scholars and Professionals of English Language Teaching, 5(23), -. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-691884