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Will it not be better to have two party politics in India like other countries in the world?

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Asked by ARUNKUMAR KARUA, 29 May '07 07:02 am
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Absolutly because of which pm with 8 mps ke sath koi bhi PM NAHI BAN SAKEGA CHOR LOG APNE ILAKESE LOGONKO DARA DHAMKAKAR CHUN KE AAKE KOI FAYDE ME NAHI RAHENGE RAJABABU , DP YADAV , R THEY GOOD PEOPLE JADA KARKE UP SE BAHUT GUNDE PARLIMENT ME HAI
Answered by ravindra ravindra.mogre, 25 Aug '11 11:23 am

 
  
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Best option will be to divide all the parties into 2 groups before election & the Thumb rule is you cannot change the group for five years. Either you stay in the group or LEAVE it but cannot go into the other side. Only then we will have a good political party/group controlling the country.
Answered by Narendra Ranka, 25 Jul '09 01:20 pm

 
  
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Yes, it is better idea but quite difficult in india
Answered by VANGARA SAHITI, 29 May '07 07:22 am

 
  
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Two party system bill definitely be better.
President APJ Abdul Kalam has rightly shown his preference for two party system in the largest democracy like India. Multi party system though treated as plus point of democracy but in our country unfortunately it has become a cancerous disease. All big national parties have broken into several small pieces. Every individual with little popularity in small segment of the country likes to form his own party. As a result at state as also national level numerous parties put their candidates in election and give rise to multi-cornered contest in every constituency.
Due to this an individual with 10 to 20 percent of votes polled or with support of even 5 percent of total electorate manage victory in his favour. In such position voters more often than not feel cheated and mostly person of no repute is elected. This is because majority of voters casted their precious votes against the winner. It is only due to split of vote into several segments ...more
Answered by Danendra Jain, 29 May '07 07:19 am

 
  
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Not entirely good. You should have more than 2 but there should be a limit - perhaps 3 or 4 to have ideological/political balance in the system.
Answered by Mayala Fakir, 29 May '07 07:10 am

 
  
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