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Indian Politics Vs. Indian Constitution (In the Court of Indian Public)

Author Name: Hari Babu E. | Format: Paperback | Genre : History & Politics | Other Details

Is there any authority in India, who is elected, other than the President of India? None. All ministers are appointed people. They need not even be members of a house when appointed as ministers. Ours is not parliamentary democracy. It is Republican Democracy under which, there would be only one government in India which is of the President, with Governors as his subordinates in states.  30 mutually conflicting governments and perennial elections to them cannot make India one country; much less a “Sovereign Democratic Republic”. How, India is federal if Ambedkar refused to add “Federal” in the preamble? 42nd amendment of 1976 too added only “Socialist and Secular”. Constitution is ignored, President is made ineffective, people are divided on caste lines and religious lines, regional parties are formed to rake up regional issues, press became pure business, courts turned late comers, corruption and immorality in politics reached its peak.  External commercial aggression is on the rise.  How long India can stay independent and united?

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Hari Babu E.

The author is a Chartered Accountant with law degree, practicing at Khammam Town of Telangana State. Having seen the political instability, political immorality, social strife, corruption, sufferings of the poor and threats to unity and integrity of the country from outside and within, he studied the constitution, to find out if these things could happen under a written constitution, found that what was happening in India was totally opposed to what has been stated in it.  He strives to bring his observations to the readers through this book.

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