expressed in this article are the personal opinion of the author.)
India is at a critical juncture with all socio-economic as well as political
ills engulfing the nation from almost all possible directions. Starting from a
series of bribery scams that are being exposed, to our plummeting ranks in
almost all economic indicators everything corroborates the hope for the rise
of a fourth front (considering the third front still exists and is potent) in
the form of Arvind Kejriwal's political debut with India Against Corruption,
along with an emerging coterie of social activists, who are gradually morphing
the political landscape and are all collectively reshaping the political
couture of the nation.
even an iota of apprehension, Kejriwal has been able to create a wave of
passion and excitement among common Indians for a probable better political
future. Through his campaign against political parties and leaders, he has been
instrumental in giving a vent to the pent up anger of the public against the
corrupt, inefficient and slothful political outfits. However, the top brass of
such parties can get their feet wet and get away with it, because even today,
there is a dearth of intra-party democracy in almost all political parties in India.
About the Author:
Arindam Chaudhuri is an Indian economist, Author and Honorary Director of the
IIPM Think Tank. Also a Former Advisor to the consultative committee of
Planning Commission of India, he is a National Award winning Film-Maker.
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