‘One Nation, One Election’ refers to a system where elections to all states and the Loksabha would be held at once or in phases thus saving time and money galore. PM Narendra Modi advocated it in one of his speeches as,
‘One Nation, One Election’ isn’t just and issue of deliberation but also a need of the country. Elections are held at different places every few months and it hampers the developmental work, which everybody knows. Therefore it is a must to have a deep study and deliberation on it.’
India got independence in 1947 and everything was to start afresh. So, elections were held simultaneously until 1967. It was only after the dissolution of some Legislative Assemblies in 1968 and 1969, and the Loksabha in December 1970, …………..
- India is the largest democracy of the world and in every month, elections do take place in some or other part of the country. During the elections, the developmental work gets badly affected………..
- In order to implement the idea ‘One Nation, One Election’, some landmark changes to the Constitution need to be made. The Articles 83, 85, 172, 174 and 356 will have to be properly dealt with in support of its implementation. And it is………..
Taking the pros and cons of the idea ‘One Nation, One Election’ in account, the idea holds water and it can be implemented……