Some readers may question the relevance of such writing in the run-up to the general election. But in order to correct the misconceptions of the readers, from the outset they say that while the atmosphere is not warmed by the election, they may have something to think about if they tell the voters something important in this direction. The idea is to keep the reader in mind as soon as I read the newly published biography about Grandpa Naroji a few days back. After reading the review of that book in the Sunday edition of The Hindu, I learned that the Gandhi whom we call the father of the Mahatma and the nation, when he returned to India, met his grandfather and addressed him as the father of the Mahatma and the nation.

At a time when India’s parliament is far away, only municipal elections were held in Bombay, Calcutta and Madras, and only a handful of people qualified to vote, so it was unlikely that an Indian would be elected to the British Parliament. An ordinary person of a subordinate race, to achieve such glory would seem to touch the real moon. So it was not at all unusual for Mohan Das to visit the groom and say so.

Grandpa’s family situation was not very good. According to the then custom of the Persians, he was married at the age of five, and his father died a year later. Her mother taught her in an English medium school. The father-in-law may have been helping his family with such a tragedy. After his higher education in Bombay, he went to England as an aide with a Persian business family. During his long tenure in England, he became interested in politics. He lost his first election and was re-elected to the British Parliament on July 6, 1922, winning by a narrow margin of three votes. By then, the Indian National Congress party had been formed. Some people from India sent financial aid to such a great brother-in-law. He was especially supported by the leaders and voters of Parliament. His victory was an encouraging message for the Indian National Congress and for the people of India, and he became the President of the National Congress. In addition to other aspects of his life, for those who have lost their parents and children since childhood, his grandfather’s sadhana and saugram and siddhi must have helped in the fight against despair. After reading the biography of Dadabhai Naroji, I was reminded of the electoral situation in India, the judiciary and the movements of Indian democracy and the loss of Biju Patnaik’s Patkura constituency in Odisha and Sabitri Agrawal’s Patkura constituency.

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Prior to the 1952 general election, limited number of eligible voters cast ballots for the state assembly and the Indian legislature. After the constitution was passed, the right to vote was granted to all adults. The issue of the right to vote of minors was discussed in detail in the Indian Constitutional Council with the exception of age. As many illiterate, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes fought and were martyred in the freedom struggle, the juvenile voting system was taken into consideration. But as a result, people who are illiterate and do not know Hindi, which is spoken in English or in many parts of India other than their mother tongue, are left speechless in Sausage. Even those who did not know what the work of the House and the Legislature were could not participate in any meaningful discussion. Dasyurani was elected to the Parliament as well as Phulni Devi, and lost to the great freedom fighter and sage Acharya Narendra Deb and to the famous Member of Parliament Ashok Mehta. Voters were not educated about the work and powers of the parliament and the legislature. As far as I know, in the run-up to the 1952 elections, Binod Kanungo, a candidate from Kishan Nagar constituency in Cuttack district, printed and distributed a short booklet entitled “What is the vote?” He did not run in the by-elections.

Political parties have an important role to play in the electoral system, although the Indian constitution is completely silent. Voters therefore vote based on the attitudes and programs of the rival parties during the election. In addition, the wise, the virtuous, and the patriots are also temporarily chosen by the people. But in the past, there has been an unprecedented decline in this direction. In India, parties such as the conservative and Labor parties in the United Kingdom have not controlled politics for hundreds of years. The Congress party, which has been in power for many years, is on the verge of collapse. It is alleged that the ambassador provided the information to Hussein and denied any wrongdoing in the case, citing “grave wrongdoing and serious misconduct.” Despite this, the party is now in a single government in five states of the country. Although Rahul Gandhi resigned after the Congress’s tragic defeat in the last two general elections, some of the party’s old leaders are not interested in holding democratic elections. BJP That’s what I want.

BJP The country has a stable and stable government, but there is no internal democracy in that party. The party is not particularly sympathetic to the growth of the country’s diversity and democratic process. Instead of decentralizing power, the party wants to keep states at the center of favor. Opposition groups called for a boycott of the CBI