Tuesday, July 16, 2024
 
Opinion
Can the Government of India reduce gaps of Parliament and Assemblies to make the democratic system more valuable? Written by Ashok Raina
 


Although there is a dire need of time to make the democratic system strong and more prosperous in the country with a strong will, why don't we consider it appropriate to take this matter seriously and create a consensus?

Art is long but time is fleeting and the burden of responsibilities on us is not decreasing day by day, but increasing. Therefore, we should not understand our thinking before where the tail of seriousness is kneeling. It is clear evident how many commissions have been established under the auspices of political leaders till date. How many research staff were created? Apart from the scientific growing institutions, how many educational system branches were discovered, and the efforts to improve life were adopted.

We have made tireless efforts to bring the democratic system to the circle; many times differentiation commissions have been established. In addition to the recommendations of the Election Commission, many changes were seen in the election commission regarding the responsible officials, but it is a pity that the Government of India has not made any commission till date which reduces or shortens the tenure terms of the Parliament and the state houses.

Bless our dreams with a shameful interpretation at present, the whole world is moving forward with a fast pace of life, but the rotating needle of the time clocks in our Parliament and State Houses seems to be hanging at the same place. If time constraints are taken care of, then we can learn a lot more. Yes, if in the true sense, if our representatives were serious towards us and loved their patriotism, then surely they would have understood the work and time constraints of the parliament and the state houses to strengthen the sustainable foundations of democracy, then the delicacy would have been described in this way. .

It is not hidden from anyone's eyes and we often see that during the session in the Houses, the opposition parties disrupt the daily work by making a commotion and either walk out or leave the Parliament or the Assembly outside. Although the relationship between the law-enforcing institutions and the representatives of the Constitution of India is far from correct. How any political worker or leader should behave in the upper house, political leaders belonging to every party should take special care that without a doubt a representative should be educated and an active expert in politics, how he should come to the house. Understanding the responsibilities of their representation, they get the work out of the Houses for the people elected for their constituencies.

At present, 100% education is the norm and in order to become a representative or parliamentarian in the world moving technology and communication system, a citizen must be at least educated so that he understands his responsibilities after joining the oath-taking ceremony and can perform services.

Political leaders to enter the Houses and a representative to perform their duties should have at least one civil education or a diploma holder with political subject .Many questions are being raised on the credibility of the Election Commission at this time because people are complaining and complaining that why the activities of all eligibility conditions and code of conduct conditions are not being promoted to the candidates before entering the election fields.

On the other hand, the leaders associated with any political party should also understand the need to investigate the worker's qualifications and his conduct in the society before making any of his party workers or leading members. Our country is quite dense in terms of population and therefore, instead of going to the public and misleading the people, how a political leader has to gain the trust of the people, maybe they can be called experienced politicians in the real sense.

This is why I have to say that any political leader should be well-educated so that he can easily become a public servant and perform his duties well.

Currently, there are representatives in our Houses who are more than 65 years old, especially if they still cannot walk, then how will they be able to perform their services for their constituency. In view of these things, we should think about what personal leaders can do in such an age, apart from caring. How much can a political leader in old age succeed in doing well for us by joining the political scenarios of the people?

If you and we believe the doctors, they also cannot deny that with increasing age, a person loses most of his memory and with increasing age, many changes are naturally expected in a human being, with the result the government employees at least 58 years of age get their retirement.

When we look closely at the pictures of the buildings of the Houses, we feel a different world and we can see some different recognition in us. Here you will usually see more elderly people who are more than 60 years old but the Commission is also a silent spectator due to unknown constraints. The point of regret is that till date the Election Commission has not understood the nuances of educational qualification and eligibility for candidacy in the Houses and no effort has been made to take special care of educational qualification and age which is pushing us all towards the world of humiliation. As such can the Government of India reduce the gaps of Parliament and Assemblies to make the democratic system more valuable?

with warm regards from

(Ashok Raina

Editor of daily Northent Times)
 
 
 
 
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