Protests have been an integral part of India’s democratic tradition since its independence in 1947. India has a long history of social movements and mass […]
we explore the idea that democracy is only meaningful when citizens demand their rights, and how politicians, administrative bodies, and the judiciary must work to protect these rights. We delve into the role of citizens in democracy, the accountability of politicians and administrative bodies, the importance of the judiciary, the need for civic education, the dangers of authoritarianism, and more. Through dialogue and debate, citizens can ensure that democracy remains a vital part of society, empowering individuals to participate in the decision-making process and hold their elected officials accountable.
Capitalism and democracy have been often viewed as complementary systems. However, the concentration of wealth and power, growing inequality, and corruption associated with capitalism can pose significant threats to democratic principles. The state can play a vital role in protecting democracy from the threats of capitalism by regulating the economy, strengthening democratic institutions, and promoting civic education. Similarly, individuals can also contribute to protecting democracy by engaging in activism, promoting transparency and accountability, and supporting policies that reduce inequality and promote social justice.