Frequently Asked Questions
There is a crisis of governance in India. Our country is great, people are great, but the level of corruption and inefficiency is not letting us achieve the desired status of “Sone ki Chidiya”.
Elections happen and things run smoothly. What is your problem?
You are right! India proudly is a democracy. But, the meaning of democracy has been reduced to mere elections where the public votes once in 5 years and we are made to understand that we have a robust democracy. We want to increase the level and quality of Democracy in our country so that we can be a competitive force at the global level.
After 7 decades of freedom from the clutches of the Briton, the country is passing through a time where incremental changes will not help. We need radical changes to catapult the country to the world map. Politicians make us believe that all is well, our democracy is mahaan and all is working well and sunny days are ahead and you just keep voting. They shower praise on us when we dutifully cast our votes every five years, but believe us, they do not want more active participation from you than this. This kind of democracy suits them which we call a ‘festival of democracy because in this festival our politician is at the centre stage and s(he) is the king. However, real democracy lies in the hands of the people. We need a kind of governance that is transparent, and accountable.
The way it is we need a radical change, and that will not come without REFORMS.
A] Make political donation transparent (electoral bonds including)
B] Bring political parties under RTI
C] Partyless elections and partyless democracy: Political parties are acting like giroh and in the name of democracy, what we are witnessing is just the party bazi.