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Under Indian parliamentary democracy, it is impossible to ensure balanced regional development. (IIMC)

Favour



  • Governments tend to be biased towards vote banks while making and implementing policies.

  • The minorities are usually left out in power game and agitation by various minorities is an example of the lopsided development.

  • Most of politicians and policy makers in our country stay in metros or frequently visit metros so; they themselves take such decisions which promote development of only metros; whereas rest of India being untouched with growth.

  • Politicians in power, only take interest in development of their home town or home state; which further increase gap of development between different states.


Against



  • Fundamental principles of democracy preach to ensure balanced regional development.

  • Uniform representation in the Lower House by MPs from all over the country is to bring out regional problems and demands of people across country.

  • Constitution is completely unbiased for any kind of regional growth.


Conclusion



  • Democracy and constitution don't support any kind of regional bias but politician themselves are biased.

Contributed by: Studyfreak

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