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This document summarizes the key points about political parties in India. It defines a political party and its components. It describes the functions of political parties in a democracy, including contesting elections, forming governments, shaping public opinion, and acting as opposition. It discusses different party systems like one-party, two-party, and multi-party systems. It provides details on national and state parties in India, including recognition criteria. It outlines challenges faced by parties like lack of internal democracy and money power. It concludes with suggestions for political party reforms.

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Chapter-6- Political Parties
Sub- Civics
Class-X
Why do we need political parties?
• Most Visible institutions in democracy.
• Evolution of Political parties over the Period of hundred years.
``A Political party is a group of people who come together to contest
elections and hold power in the Government``.
 A political party has three components.
 The leaders
 The active members (not hold powers but work for party)
 The followers (Voter Inclined)
Political Parties Ideologies  Persuade People  Vote  Elections
What are the functions of Political parties?
• Political parties contest elections [Candidates]
• Parties put forward different policies and programmes.
Different opinionsParty Opinions  Government takes decisions on line of
ruling party.
• Parties play a decisive role in making law for a country [Direction of party
leadership]
• Parties form and run government.[Ministers and Prime Minister]
• Parties play the role of opposition.[Keeps a check on the working of
Government]
• Parties shape public opinion [ Lakhs of Members] [ Opinion based on
Party`s Stand]
• Access to government machinery and welfare schemes.
• Ordinary Citizen- Can easily reach local leaders Gateway to reach
programmes.
Necessity of Political Parties.
• Imagine a situation without political parties.
• Independent candidates.
 No uniform decision
 No major decision accountability would be limited to constituency only.
 No one would be responsible to look after the country.
Representative Democracy
 Large societies  Need representation  Represented through political
parties.
 Different Views/Opinions of society can be expressed through single
agency.
 Responsible government could be formed.
How many parties should we have?
• Citizens/Groups are free to form political parties.
• More than 750 Political parties are registered in Election Commission of
India.
One Party System
• One party is allowed to control and run the government.
• China Communist Party.
• It is not a democratic option.
• Han chinese (ethinic group)
Two Party System
• Chances of winning is between two main parties [U.S and U.K]
• Democratic Party and the Republican Party.[U.S]
• Conservative Party and the Labour Party. [U.K]

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Chapter-6- Political Parties.pptx

  • 2. Why do we need political parties? • Most Visible institutions in democracy. • Evolution of Political parties over the Period of hundred years. ``A Political party is a group of people who come together to contest elections and hold power in the Government``.  A political party has three components.  The leaders  The active members (not hold powers but work for party)  The followers (Voter Inclined) Political Parties Ideologies  Persuade People  Vote  Elections
  • 3. What are the functions of Political parties? • Political parties contest elections [Candidates] • Parties put forward different policies and programmes. Different opinionsParty Opinions  Government takes decisions on line of ruling party. • Parties play a decisive role in making law for a country [Direction of party leadership] • Parties form and run government.[Ministers and Prime Minister] • Parties play the role of opposition.[Keeps a check on the working of Government] • Parties shape public opinion [ Lakhs of Members] [ Opinion based on Party`s Stand] • Access to government machinery and welfare schemes. • Ordinary Citizen- Can easily reach local leaders Gateway to reach programmes.
  • 4. Necessity of Political Parties. • Imagine a situation without political parties. • Independent candidates.  No uniform decision  No major decision accountability would be limited to constituency only.  No one would be responsible to look after the country. Representative Democracy  Large societies  Need representation  Represented through political parties.  Different Views/Opinions of society can be expressed through single agency.  Responsible government could be formed.
  • 5. How many parties should we have? • Citizens/Groups are free to form political parties. • More than 750 Political parties are registered in Election Commission of India. One Party System • One party is allowed to control and run the government. • China Communist Party. • It is not a democratic option. • Han chinese (ethinic group)
  • 6. Two Party System • Chances of winning is between two main parties [U.S and U.K] • Democratic Party and the Republican Party.[U.S] • Conservative Party and the Labour Party. [U.K]
  • 7. Multiparty System • More than two parties compete for power. • Coalition government is observed. • NDA, UPA and Left front [India]  So which of these system is best?  Ans- Is not certain as no system is ideal for all countries and all situations.  Party system for a country evolves over a period of time depending on the nature of society its social and religious division, its political history.
  • 8. National Party • Country Wide Parties  National Parties • These parties have their units in various states Works Broadly on National Lines. • Required to register with the election commission. • It offers some special facilities to large and established parties.  Given a unique symbol  Recognised political parties.  According to the proportion of votes and seats there were seven national parties in the country in 2017.
  • 9. Criteria for Recognized Party Rightist Party • 6% of votes in Lok Sabha Election. or • 6% of votes in Assembly elections in four states. and • Wins at least 4 seats in Lok sabha election. Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) • Founded in 1980  Reviving Bharatiya Jana Sangh • Formed by Shyama Prasad Mukherjee (1951) Ideology • India`s ancient culture and value, Integral humanism and Antyodya(Pt.Deendayal Upadhyay) Humanism- Care of the society Antyodaya- Benefits of schemes to the last man of the society • Cultural Nationalism – Indian Nationhood • Integration of J&K, Uniform Civil code • Increase its support base  1998  NDA Largest party (2014)
  • 10. Indian National Congress • One of the Oldest Party [1885] • Formed by a Britisher A.O Hume • Played a dominant role in Indian Politics for decades after Independence. Ideology • Aspires to build modern secular democratic republic in India. • Centrist Party, Supports new economic reforms with human face. • Ruling party at the center till 1977  1980-89 • Leader of UPA [2004-14], then principal opposition party.
  • 11. All India Trinamool congress (AITC) • Launched on 1st Jan 1998 • Mamata Bannerjee • Recognised as National Party in 2016 • Committed to Secularism and Federalism. • In Power Since 2011 in West Bengal (A.P, Manipur and Tripura) • General election in 2014  3.84% Votes and 34 seats.  4th largest party [2014 Loksabha]
  • 12. National Congress Party(NCP) • Formed in 1999  Split in congress • Ideology • Promotes democracy, Gandhian Secularism equity, Social Justice and federalism. • Wants that high offices in Government be confined to natural born citizens of country. • A major party in Maharashtra (Meghalaya, Manipur and Assam) • Since 2004 a member of United Progressive alliance.
  • 13. Communist Party of India • Formed in 1925  Got split in 1964 and CPI (M) • Ideology- • Believe in Marxism  Leninism, Secularism • Opposed forces of Secessionism and Communalism. (Secessionism- Secession is the withdrawal of a group from a larger entity, especially a political entity, but also from any organization, union or military alliance.) Communalism- Tendency of dividing society on the basis of religion) • Significant presence in the states of Kerela, West Bengal, Punjab, Andhra Pradesh. • Strong pillar in Left front.
  • 14. Communist Party of India, Marxist (CPI-M) • Founded in 1964. • Ideology- • Same as CPI , supported by poor factory workers, farmers, agricultural labours and intelligentsia. • Critical of new economic policies that allow free flew of foreign capital and goods. (liberalism). • Was in power in west Bengal without a break for 34 years. • Enjoys strong support W.B, Kerala and Tripura
  • 15. Bahujan Samaj Party • Formed in 1984  Under the leadership of Kanshi Ram. • Seek to Represent and Secure power for the Bahujan Samaj (Dalit, adivasis, OBC and religious minorities) • Works on the Ideological base of- • Sahu ji Maharaj • Mahatma Phule • Periyar Ramaswami Naicker • Ambedkar  Having a strong hold in Uttar Pradesh, formed government for several times by taking support of different parties.  Presence in M.P, Chhattisgarh, Uttarakhand, Delhi and Punjab.
  • 16. State Parties • Other than National parties many parties are classified as ``State Parties``. • Also known as Regional Parties . • Making Indian Parliament diverse. • Cote proportion and seats to be recognised as a state party. • 6% Vote in state legislative Assembly. and • Wins at least 2 seats. • Regional in out look but plays very important role in national politics. • National Parties are compelled to form alliance with state parties. • Strengthening of Federalism and democracy. • Parties- Samajwadi Party, Rashtriya Janta Dal, Shiv Sena, Telugu Desam Party.
  • 17. Challenges to Political Parties • Lack of Internal Democracy  Concentration of Power in one or few top leaders Decisions are taken by them only.  No organisational meetings, internal elections and power to ordinary members.  Personal loyalty becomes more important. • Challenge of dynastic succession.  Family domination on top positions  People with less experience or popular support come to occupy position of power. • Money and muscle power  Use of shortcuts to win elections.(Candidates with money, crminal record are given priority)  Corporate Politics= Matter of concern  Big business tycoons invest in elections and take adavantage.
  • 18. • Lack of Meaningful choice.  No significant difference among the political parties in terms, plans and policies.  Fundamental principals remain same. Ex- Labour party & conservative party How can parties be reformed?  Reform Vs willingness to reform.  Efforts and suggestions to reform political parties. Steps had been taken- • Constitutional amendment to stop MLA and MP`s from defection. • Candidates are required to file an affidavit  to reduce money and money power. • Election commission Mandatory for political parties to hold their organisational elections and file their income tax returns. Steps Can be taken • Law to regulate internal affairs should be made. • Minimum number of ticket should be given to women. • There should be state funding of elctions. • Role of people (Petition, Publicity and agiatations), active involvement those who want reforms.
  • 19. Questions to be Asked. • What is political party? Components of political party. • Functions of political party. • Party system (One , two or three)? Which party system is best? • National parties? Criteria to be recognised as national party. • State parties? Criteria to be recognised as state party. • Challenges to political parties? • How political parties can be reformed? Steps taken and suggestions. • Define type- Partisanship, Defection, Affidavit