Issues and Challenges before Election Reform: Indian Prospective

  • Ankit Mitra
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  • Ankit Mitra

    Student at Law College Dehradun, Uttaranchal University, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India

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India, the world's greatest democracy, assures its citizens of free and fair elections. The largest electorate to participate in regular elections in India's history serves as a testament to the core principles of the nation's democratic system. In this evolving context, maintaining the core tenets of democracy necessitates an electoral process that is more transparent in addition to being free and equitable. Unfortunately, cases of dishonesty overshadow the benefits of our voting system and compromise its legitimacy. As electoral politics continue to degenerate, more and more elections will be required. To fully realize the promise of our democratic system, we need to update our electoral processes. Regaining the confidence of voters in the political process is necessary to strengthen democracy. This article aims to provide an overview of India's current election system and offers suggestions for enhancements.




International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 3, Page 2390 - 2395


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