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corruption is an outcome of democracy

  1. 1. CORRUPTION ISAN OUTCOME OF DEMOCRACY
  2. 2. Some facts about INDIAI N D I A I S T H E S E V E N T H L A R G E S T ( B Y A R E A ) A N D T H ESECOND MOST POPULOUS COUNTRY IN THE WORLD.I T I S T H E W O R L D S L A R G E S T D E M O C R A C Y.I T I S A V E R Y Y O U N G N AT I O N .T H E C O U N T R Y H A S T H R E E M A I N N AT I O N A L PA R T I E S :T H E C O N G R E S S , B H A R AT I YA J A N TA PA R T Y ( B J P ) , A N DT H E C O M M U N I S T PA R T Y.
  3. 3. Factors affecting DemocracyR E L I G I O NC A S T EP O P U L AT I O ND E V E L O P M E N TR E G I O N SO T H E R FA C TO R S
  4. 4. ReligionRELIGION AS A MAJOR CULTURAL INFLUENCE PLAYSAN IMPORTANT ROLE IN POLITICS. POLITICAL PARTYSUPPORT DEPENDS GREATLY ON DIFFERENTIATINGTHE ELECTORATE ALONG RELIGIOUS LINES. THEMAJOR RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES ARE THOSE OF THEHINDUS, THE MUSLIMS AND THE SIKHS; AND MANYPOLITICAL PARTIES ARE IDENTIFIED BY THERELIGION OF THEIR SUPPORTERS. MANY NATIONALRELIGIOUS ISSUES ARE THE KEY POINTS OF THESUCCESS IN ELECTIONS. EVEN SOME OF THEPOLITICAL LEADERS USE RELIGION FOR THEIR OWNSAKE AND AS A MEDIUM FOR THEIR POLITICALSTABILITY
  5. 5. CasteTHE CASTE SYSTEM CROSSES RELIGIOUS BOUNDARIES TOINFECT BOTH HINDU AND ISLAMIC PEOPLES. HINDUS HAVEFOUR MAIN CASTES AND HUNDREDS OF SUB-CASTES. MANYPOLITICAL PARTIES DRAW SUPPORTERS FROM SPECIFICCASTES OR SUB-CASTES. THE FOUR MAIN CASTE WEREBHRAHMINS, SHATRIYAS, VYSHAR AND SHURDARS.BHRAMINS WERE THE UPPER CASTE AND THEY AREALLOWED TO DO WORSHIP IN TEMPLES. SHAKTHRIYASRULE COUNTRY AND VYSHAR INCLUDED PEOPLE LIKEMERCHANTS ETC. SHURDARS WAS THE MOST OPPRESSEDONE AT THAT TIME.
  6. 6. PopulationINDIA IS THE SECOND MOST POPULOUS COUNTRY IN THEWORLD, NEXT ONLY TO CHINA. THE OVER A BILLIONPOPULATION POSES A CHALLENGE TO THE STATES ABILITYTO PROVIDE EVERYONE WITH JOBS, HEALTH-CARE,EDUCATION AND OTHER PUBLIC SERVICES. SLOWINGDOWN THE RATE OF POPULATION GROWTH HAS BEEN AMAJOR ISSUE FOR GOVERNMENTS, OVER TIME. INDIABEING A DEMOCRATIC COUNTRY THE EVER INCREASINGPOPULATION CAN ONLY BE CHECKED BY VOLUNTARYMEANS, WITH THE INFORMED CONSENT OF THEPEOPLE. WITH THE CURRENT GROWTH RATE, INDIA IS SETTO LEAVE CHINA BEHIND BY 2025.
  7. 7. DevelopmentINDIA IS STILL AN EMERGING DEMOCRACY, SETTINGTHE PACE AND SHAPE OF DEVELOPMENT. INDIABEGAN AS AN EXPLICITLY SOCIALIST NATION ANDCONTINUES WITH A LARGE PUBLIC-SECTOR AND MANYCONSTRAINTS ON PRIVATE ENTERPRISE, ALTHOUGHRECENT GOVERNMENTS HAVE REDUCED SOME OFTHESE RESTRICTIONS. THEIR REWARD HAS BEENFASTER ECONOMIC GROWTH, PARTICULARLYTHROUGH THE GROWTH OF TRADE-ORIENTEDINDUSTRY. SOME RECENT GOVERNMENTS WEREVOTED OUT DUE TO A SLUGGISH ECONOMY.
  8. 8. RegionsINDIA IS VERY DENSELY POPULATED .SOME ADVOCATE SPLITTING SOMETWENTY EIGHT STATES AND SEVENUNION TERRITORIES .
  9. 9. Other factorsFACTORS SUCH AS EDUCATION, CORRUPTION,WOMENS ISSUES, STUDENT POLITICS,CRIMINALIZATION OF POLITICS, LEADERSHIPSTRATEGIES AND THE DESIGN OF POLITICALINSTITUTIONS AFFECT NATIONAL AND LOCALPOLITICS. SOME OTHER FACTORS SUCH AS THE CASTEISSUE, ENVIRONMENT POLICY, NEW LONG-TERMINVESTMENT IN THE ECONOMY BY FOREIGNERS ETC.,ALSO HAVE A BEARING.
  10. 10. DemocracyDEMOCRACY IS OF THE PEOPLE FOR THE PEOPLE BY THE PEOPLE
  11. 11. Corruption is an outcome of DemocracyCORRUPTION IS THE PRICE WE PAY FOR DEMOCRACY.DEMOCRACY IS OF THE PEOPLE FOR THE PEOPLE BY THEPEOPLE, WE PAY PRICE FOR DEMOCRACY BUT SOMEPOLITICIANS, OFFICERS AND POLICE OFFICERS DOINGCORRUPTION AND THAT IS HAPPENING ONLY BECAUSESOME OF US PAYING MORE MONEY TO THE OFFICERS FORGETTING OUR WORK DONE EARLIER.
  12. 12. Named Scandals in INDIA2 0 1 2 C O A L M I N I N G C O N T R O V E R S Y – 1 , 8 5 , 5 9 1 . 3 4 C R O R E S .K A R N A T K A L A N D S C A M _ 2 , 0 0 , 0 0 0 C R O R E S .2 G S P E C T R U M S C A M - 1 , 7 6 , 0 0 0 C R O R E S .U P F O O D S C A M – 3 5 , 0 0 0 C R O R E S .I G I A I R P O R T S C A M C E N T R A L G O V E R N M E N T – 1 , 6 6 , 9 7 2 . 3 5 ADARSH HOUSING SOCIETY.S T A M P P A P E R S C A MC O M M O N W E A L T H G A M E S S C A MA VERY LONG LIST………….

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