I’m proud to be an Indian, as India being an incredible country and also one where all the religions are equally respected and given rights as well as the importance to. Our country is a place where justice implies for all, breaking all the religious barriers, leaving behind the gender biasness, suppressing the discrimination between the status of rich and poor as well ignoring any society norms or even the academic benchmarks; henceforth, being the democratic country, it’s every native has the right on justice despite any odds. India is a country where elections are held after a phrase of every 5 years. People have all the rights to choose their ministers as being living in a democratic country. We have right to vote, speech, etc. due to democracy in the country. The voting decides the future political face of the country which is chosen by the people, of the people and for the people. Whereas, politics can be defined as the laws, rules or any legal activity run by the government for the betterment of the country and also its citizens. These rules or laws are then practiced by the natives. On the other hand, politics can also be defined as the art or science of the government which is related to the national as well international affairs of the country. Politics is also about making decisions, rules, norms, etc. by the people of a particular country, tribe or territory that decides to live together.

The process of election in India is transparent which doesn’t involve any type of manipulations or scandals in the process of voting; there are legal procedures and strict laws against this act. Every citizen has the right to vote and help the country in choosing the next political face of our country. But unfortunately, most of the people don’t use their right for vote which should be strictly unfollowed. As being a citizen of our country, we all should go for vote as it’s not just about choosing one but also a responsibility towards the country we live in. People choose their leaders by knowing about their past political history, legal activities and the current agenda of the party they belong to. Usually, a political party comes up with a new agenda which is different from each other as well important for the betterment of the citizens and seeing that the people decide to vote. Then, the elected political party emerges up as the new government of the country. This political party passes many laws or important rules for the citizens. But India being one of the Soft Nation, lack in terms of implementation of them; somewhere due to proper evidences, whereas somewhere due to corruption or somewhere due to proper awareness. Mostly people nowadays, lack in the terms of awareness when it comes to the Indian Constitution of laws. People gets mislead or give up on their rights easily without fighting up for themselves as being unaware about the laws of their own country. The government has come up with Fast Track courts and other legal developments in terms of justice for their natives.

In Lok Sabha (the lower house of the parliament) general elections, there are only 543 seats for the 8,000 applicants and later, the selected 543 candidates are being a part of the Parliament House in which 131 seats are reserved for the Schedule Castes (84 seats) and Schedule Tribes (47). The majority of one party that comes out from among the elected 543 members of the Lok Sabha; is the party that rules the nation and also, the next Prime Minister is decided from among that party members. Later, in Rajya Sabha (the upper house of the Parliament) elections, that are limited up to 250 members from which approx. 238 members are elected by the Vidhan Sabha (individual state legislature) and union territories using single transferable voting process, in addition to this, approx. 12 are nominated by the President of India for their contribution in various services such as: - art, literature, science and social services; are also held. Later, the elected members of the Rajya Sabha sit for a lasting period of 6 years and likewise in the same manner Vice Prime Minister is decided from among the elected party. In Lok Sabha, an opposition party is also chosen as bringing upon a strong opponent for the ruling party and it plays one of the most important and crucial role in the terms of law making as being a strong opponent it has all the rights to stand out for its point and deny for passing any legal procedure thereby, setting a milestone for the ruling party in case of any monopoly done by them. Lok Sabha speaker too plays a major role in terms of politics as both the Speaker and the Deputy Speaker is elected through voting process from among the 543 members once the election process gets wrapped up. Here, in Lok Sabha all the MPs of different states give their attendance and speak up about the issues faced by them in their particular region and after hearing the needful, immediate measures are taken by the government in order to resolve the issues.

The President of India is being elected by the Ministers that were elected by the citizens, including both the houses of Parliament of India, the legislative assemblies of each state as well territories. The President is the face of the country but despite being the king, he is bound to seek advice from his Ministers before taking any important decision. He is the king of the nation but doesn’t rule the nation. However, financial bills cannot be passed or introduced in the Parliament without the recommendation of the President of India. Whereas, the duty of the President is to preserve and protect the laws as well the constitution of the country.

According to Politics of India, the minority and majority of the population have been given equal rights and freedom to; the current example for this is our current President- Droupadi Murmu. She is the first person from among the Tribal Community to be elected as a President. She's the 15th President and also the 2nd woman President of India after Pratibha Patil. Another example of equality can be termed as the 11th President of India, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, he was also acknowledged as 'The Missile Man of India' due to the contribution made by him in the fields of science and technology, he was from among the minority sections of our country but will always remain and remembered in the heart of every native of India. There are various sources of employment programs run by the government. The government even takes care of the poor or the labor by providing them with free Ration, education, hospitals and other necessary services.

In a nutshell, I want to say that there must be camps run by the government for the awareness in every citizen as this might be capable of decreasing the crime rates by increasing the love, respect and awareness for our Indian Constitutional of law.

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