India’s faith in democracy is deep – rooted and, naturally, the “trees” are full of branches of all sizes and colours. A small wind is enough to create chaos and confusions.
For the first few decades, there were only two or three political parties and policies of the ruling parties (invariably, the congress party) were accepted or rejected after constructive discussions or speeches by well-established political leaders.
Gone are those days. Now, it is a free for all situations. Most of the participants make provocative speeches and the parliament or the assembly halls witness quarrels (not merely wordy-war fares but physical attacks as well) By doing so, these people are setting a bad example to students and youngsters who watch these events on TV news channels.