Lok Sabha Election 2019 in India
Lok Sabha Election 2019 in India, also known as the 2019 Indian general election is slated to be held on 11 April 2019 to 19 May on the total of 543 constituencies. It will elect the members of 17th Lok Sabha through counting of votes scheduled for 23 May 2019, and declaration of winner candidate politician on the same date. The seven phases of polling will be conducted across India, the first starting on 11 April 2019. All Indian states and all their 543 Lok Sabha constituencies will witness the electoral selection of their representatives through civic voting exercise. An election in India is quite akin to religious festival being celebrated to vote a political candidate into power to serve the nation in its development on areas like agriculture, social, infrastructure, health, education, and so on.
Democracy and India
India, as a sovereign country, has its own democracy sanctioned to it in 1947. The constitution of India governs the parliamentary system of this federation country. Democracy is also the most effective prevention of dictatorial governance. It institutes and preserves communal harmony and brotherhood among country’s civilians. Indian democracy symbolizes as a hallmark of secularism with its pervasive mantra of unity in diversity. In fact, secularism concludes the essence of Indian democracy, among many virtues, including liberty of speech, a civil right constitutionally granted to every citizen of the country.
Importance of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha in India
The importance of Lok Sabha lies in its powers such as legislative powers, executive powers, financial powers, judicial powers and electoral powers each used to expedite and regulate governmental functions as constitutionally sanctioned. For instance, it approves president-issued ordinances, and can introduce amendments in the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court and the High Courts.
The importance of Rajya Sabha lies in Legislative, Financial, Deliberative and Federal powers governing constitutional functions. It has committee systems like ad hoc Committees and Standing Committees.
Power of Democracy
The power of democracy unites people from whatsoever casts and creeds, plus reinforcing their civil rights and encouraging them to exercise the same fearlessly in time of needs, as well as promulgating the sense of independence or freedom of speech as one of the constitutionally approved civic rights. Promoting and upholding secularism among civilians also concludes the power of democracy in India.
Value of election (2019 election) is all about safeguarding the civic interests by elected politicians with the responsibility to ensure smooth functioning of the government and development works in the country. Democratic societies built thus by elected representatives are devoid of monarchical system and autocratic rule which further ensure efficient ruling protecting civic rights and foster developmental works thus prospering the nation as a whole.
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