Too much of democracy?Niti Ayog head, Amitabh Kant has viewed about democracy which looks as if , according to him, "Tough Reforms Difficult in India, We Are Too Much of a Democracy" hurdles in the way of radical reform which the government wants to bring about. What does it imply to is the matter of concern for every Indian who believes in democratic structure of governance. Democracy keeps a reign on rulers from being absolute monarch, but otherwise, no rule can control them and people lose all protection umbrella of judiciary and the constitution is no more upheld if democracy comes to an end.
I should clarify it that central government has categorically stated that democracy is the essence of our country but the question is why this statement has been uttered by a responsible person who is holding the designation of a constitutional body. I wonder to see there is no discussion on media about such anti democracy statement by a prominent person. Perhaps most of the people who are simply guided and influenced by the main stream media are not aware of such indecent remarks.
On the other side, one can say, since BJP is the most popular party in the country and government wants to take some stringent laws or policies concerning radical reform and grass root level upliftment for the people and country but democratic system impedes in the ways of reformation. In this situation, democracy in our country should be replaced by one party rule for which BJP being a strong party while giving stable governments in centre as well as in States deserves under the rule of the Hon'ble Prime Minister, why we should not think to discard democracy from country?
If you think that Hon'ble Prime Minsiter of India deserves to be the absolute Ruler of the country where he can take all decisions without any opposition from political parties, judiciary or people. If yes, it is not possible until the views of Niti Ayog Head are accepted as agreed upon and carried out.