I am presenting book “INDIAN DEMOCRACY -UNDERMINED” to restore lost track of Democratic Principles in India which is quite alarming.
I have proposed to end existing wrong Policies in India, Corruption and Terrorism, since 2009.
I have drawn attention to this critical matter and requested high level authorities, the copies of Letters are consolidated and becoming the part of this book.
My country has adopted Democratic Principles OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE and now it is totally REPLACE BY OF THE FEW PEOPLE, BY THE FEW PEOPLE, FOR THE FEW PEOPLE.
We are in general talking about bad practices, corruption, terrorism, scams, harassment, injustice, under development, non development, at the Government level, and bureaucratic level. But my study and observations since last many years put the blame on the system which governs the nation.
Anarchy is the result of gross violation of system by those people who are elevated and selected to run the system, meant to govern the livelihood of millions of peoples.
Blame goes on either to the system overall at one side and at the other side it goes to the caliber of the people who are there to operate the system.
First of all, I put blame on the system which governs the life of people. Just like fault in the machine of jet plane or vessel can take one to undisclosed place, or faulty part of missile cannot achieve any desirable result.
Like this faulty governing system for masses, with undesirable restrictions, help operator of the system to adopt practices of harassment, which leads to non development, injustice, corruption and ends with scams and upsurge in terrorism.
At the other side, operators of the system if are incompetent, unrealistic, impractical, then system itself is likely to fall flat.
My sincere concern is towards the sorry state of system and approach of the system operators, which hamper the growth and prosperity of my motherland .
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