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Research Article | Open Access
Volume 14 2022 | None
REGIONAL POLITICAL PARTIES AND ITS IMPACT ON INDIAN POLITICS: AN ANALYSIS
NUREDA BEGUM, TAUFIQUE ALI
Pages: 3197-3202
Abstract
India is a democratic form of country that have adopted a representative parliamentary form of government. In which political parties play an important role as a link between electors and representative. After independence, an elected representative parliamentary system has been set up at the union level and the legislative assemblies in the states level on the same pattern. After the analysis of the parliamentary system India adopted a multi party system in the country. Another important feature of the party system in India has been shaped by the federal character of the country; constitutional power has been divided between the central and state government.The Indian party system took its distinctive shape in the context of various factors such as language, tribe, religion and caste, geographical diversity. In the parliamentary form of government, regional political parties have been playing a significant role. Regional political parties that operate primarily within a small geographical area due to various diversity. Regional parties play an important role in Indian politics to develop the federal structure of the county .The new era of coalition politics has increased the significance of regional parties. However, there are some negative effects associated with the formation of regional parties. In the context of the study the rise of regional political parties and its impact on Indian politics is the heart of this study. The study further deals with the positive and negative impact of regional parties in Indian politics.
Keywords
Regional Parties, Politics, Parliamentary, Representative, Democracy, Distinctness, Election
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