Political Parties vs. RTI


Watch this short presentation to understand the need for greater transparency in our political system:

Data courtesy National Election Watch.

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  • skgrao

    Unless Modi and his team show some FIRE WORKS they will get fried soon,they keep talking about things that is not helping common man.THE PEOPLE OF INDIA HAVE GIVEN THEM UNLIMITED POWER BUT THEY SAY WE GOT NO MAJORITY IN RAJYA SABHA WHICH WE HAVE NOT ELECTED WHY DO WE NEED RAJYA SABHA GET RID OF IT>PEOPLE WILL LIKE IT>ONLY RAJA’S ARE IN RAJYA SABHA
    MODI MAY THINK HE HAS 5 YEARS BUT 5 YEARS MAY FRY HIM IF COMMON MAN HAS TO ENJOY LIFE A GIFT OF GOD AND HAS TO WAIT 5 YEARS.
    OPENING BANK ACCOUNT WITH ZERO BALANCE WITH A VOTER CARD WILL NOT GET HIM A MEAL FOR LESS THAN Rs.50.
    GO TO MALLS AND SEE HOW BLACK MONEY IS SPENT.SEEING GOLD JEWELRY SHOPS GETTING OPENED MORE THAN VEGETABLE SHOPS MAKES ME MAD IN MALLESWARAM A PLACE WHERE A 2BHK COSTS Rs.80,00,000 or RENTED FOR Rs.20,000 PER MONTH.TO BUY A FLAT YOU NEED TO GO OUT OF BANGALORE.
    IT IS A PITY THAT SENIOR CITIZENS WHO HAVE TO LOOK AFTER THEMSELVES DO NOT GET ANY BENEFIT AFTER MODI WAS VOTED TO POWER.
    IT LOOKS FUNNY THAT THEY NEED TO GO THROUGH CONGRESS DRILL TO MAKE THINGS WORK.
    LET FIRE WORKS BEGIN.
    LET TV SHOWS STOP.
    LET POLICE ACT.
    LET SCHOOLS FOLLOW RULES.
    LET HOSPITALS WELCOME ACCIDENT VICTIMS.
    LET JUDGES REFUSE ADJOURNMENT MORE THAN 2 TIMES.
    LET US GET 24/7 POWER AT LEAST IN ONE MAJOR CITY FIRSTLY ‘DELHI’
    LET DRINKING WATER BE GIVEN IN MAJOR CITY FIRSTLY
    LET CONGRESS DRILL STOP.

    • Yes, the Rajya Sabha is not directly elected by us but it is elected by those we elect 🙂 Don’t you think that it provides a good check/balance for the law making system?

      • kkp

        no sir..Rajya sabha in current times is politically motivated and creates logjams

        • Right. But what you see as logjams are seen as the democratic process by others. There is a case to be made for due process – accounting for different viewpoints, opinions and implications of a law before passing a bill. If the houses were to actually get work done when they meet, it may help clear the logjams.