Democracy in India is in the process of developing rapidly. It has not matured yet. It is surrounded by elements, which are inconsistent for its stability. The first staircase to know the democratic values is a fair election process. This process often bounces the power of power that threatens to erode the constitutional values.
The absolute majority of a political party can be devastating for democratic values. Our tendency is feudal, and we are very quickly caught in the shelter of someone’s shelter. This idea strengthens the classified structure of the society. Over the centuries, we have been unable to uplift the dalits and the deprived against the domination of the Brahmins. The full majority promotes this culture of exploitation.
It also wants a repressive bureaucratic culture through conspiracies protection. There was no pressure from politicians on Indian Administrative Services after independence. With the expansion of education and increasing aspirations within caste-based communities, the nature of bureaucracy was changing with the political empowerment of caste based groups. This kind of pressure increased after the Mandal Commission report. Now it seemed that people belonging to a particular caste and community were dependent on political conservation to fulfill their interests. At this time, protection is given under political protection to redeem the political benefits of such groups. While Mayawati got the help of Dalits, Samajwadi Party’s Yadavs here, while the Samajwadi Party, This time, Hindutva agenda is running for electoral gain in Uttar Pradesh, and it is expected from the bureaucracy to obey it in fulfilling this objective of the political party. Those who love the bureaucracy only get a great blessing. Therefore, these bureaucrats go ahead and fulfill the wishes of the government while trying to become obedient; Regardless of the flaws of constitutional values in this process. This is the reason that the dominant majority dominates the constitutional values. In the long run, liberal constitutional values are sacrificed on political benefits.
In the last 70 years, political structures have demonstrated responsibility for the needs of highly complex social structures. The creamy layer of the backward castes does not care about the backward people of their own caste. This is the same trend among Dalits. The Brahmins have been against the backward castes and the Dalits from the very beginning, because they always believed that merit is the scale of equality. For this reason the debate has been on reservation. The political structure with full domination can continue to favor reservations for political gains, but the choice does the same system, in which the strong class gets place in educational institutions and jobs based on its merit.
Our constitutional values are being blurred under such a majority government, which is pressurizing the institutions to succeed its objectives. In this complex economic-social structure, there is no such recipe for policies that can meet the needs of all classes of society. In a health policy, it does not get enough of it to meet the complex health care needs. This is the same in the education sector. A little bit of this is linked to lack of infrastructure and human resources. A full majority political class meets only the needs of those who help in promoting its political interests.
Hindu domination inspired by Hindu culture can have all political means of controlling our complex social structure. Institutions will also be devoted to this majority mentality.
Therefore, it is not wrong to link the absolute majority to political power in the political power. It wants obedience, and crushes the opponent. Its representatives, like Zamindari, want their share in the industry and business. The basis of conservation is only the fulfillment of political objectives.
India is a coalition as a nation. It is a coalition of values and interests. Despite competition, they are all favored. It is a coalition of people with different mentality, with different cultural values. It is a coalition, in which different languages introduce different culture, yet we all identify as an Indian. This is a coalition, whose political structure must be based on representation to build the basis for India’s development and protect democracy.
It seems that talk of different groups is heard in coalition politics. Policies develop in such structures, and it caters to various needs. We all should develop for a mechanism rather than a protectionist mindset, which is tolerant and inclusive. Coalition politics can only protect constitutional values. This is the mechanism that can keep the bigotry away. The combination of different mentality and the combination of politics is best. These types of governments have already carried out the country well.