Political System in Indian Democratic:
The Politics of India works within the framework of the country’s constitution. India is a parliamentary secular democratic republic in which the President of India is the head of state and the Prime Minister of India is the head of government. It is based on the federal structure of government although the word is not used in the constitution itself. India follows the dual polity system, i.e. a double government (federal in nature) that consists of the central authority at the Centre and states at the periphery. The constitution defines the organizational powers and limitations of both central and state governments, and it is well recognized, fluid(Preamble of the constitution being rigid and to dictate further amendments to the constitution) and considered supreme; i.e. the laws of the nation must confirm to it.
What Is The Meaning of Secularism in India?
Secularism means all religions are equal. Though India is a multireligious, multicultural state, it doesn’t support one single religion as the religion of the state. In a democracy, people choose their representatives who govern them. Also, the head of the state is an elected one and not a hereditary monarch.
Therefore, India is a secular and democratic republic. Since our constitution has adopted the doctrine of secularism. It means that no religion is recognized as the religion of the country. The constitution is specifies that no religion or set should interfere in the affairs of the country. Laws and Indian Constitution. The Preamble of the Indian Constitution has the word “secular”, and articles 25 to 28 implying that the State will not discriminate, patronize or meddle in the profession of any religion. However, it shields individual religions or groups by adding religious rights as fundamental rights.
Since, India has clearly specified that no religion will be recognized as the religion of state so as a political party if you are trying to impose Islam it is bad thing as it is bad to enforce Hinduism in India. If you are not ready and satisfied that Hinduism should not be implemented then why are you thinking to impose Islam it is also bad in secular democratic republic. You can preach your religion and invite people towards your religion by your own, not through your political power and politics.
Which Political Party I Like?
There is no specific political party which I like but on the basis of their performance. All those party I would like most, who talks about development, public prosperity and consider local issues. So now looking at the performance, I would like to mention JMM (Jharkhand Mukti Morcha)
Something About JMM:
Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) (translation: Jharkhand Liberation Front) is a state political party in the Indian state of Jharkhand which was founded by Binod Bihari Mahato. It has one seat in the 17th Lok Sabha. Shibu Soren is the president of the JMM. JMM is also an influential political party in the state of Odisha and parts of neighboring of states. Its election symbol for Jharkhand is Bow and Arrow.
The party was officially created on the birthday of Birsa Munda, the 19th century tribal warrior of Jharkhand, who fought against the British rule in present-day Jharkhand. The State of Jharkhand also came into existence on Birsa Munda’s birthday in 2000.
A focus on local issues, consolidation of tribals against the BJP government’s policies and the face of Hemant Soren became trump cards for the opposition alliance in Jharkhand led by the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM).
Since, this political party is performing very well after coming into power December 2019. It is looking at the public interest, prosperity, development and local issues. This party consider public problem at once. Sometimes people take Twitter and they mentioned CM Hemant Soren in their tweets and it is very hopeful that CM takes immediate action through his power. So I can say that I like this party.