One India One Election - Pros and Cons

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Rohit Patel said:   1 month ago
I think it is a quite difficult as India is a huge country and it is very difficult for one government to manage the country. One government in the sense central government. Some of the local issues and decisions must be taken by state government for quick resolution and development. One country one election thought is useful for small countries not for demographically large country like India.
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Krishna paswan said:   4 months ago
The election is the backbone of Democracy. My opinion is one election and one India is very difficult because there are 28 states in India and 8 union territories. That is not managed by one government in all the states. It's hard to imagine conducting one election in India.
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HARSH DUBEY said:   5 months ago
I think it is quite difficult as India is a huge country and it is very difficult for one government to manage the country. One government in the sense of central government. Some of the local issues and decisions must be taken by the state government for quick resolution and development. One country one election thought is useful for small countries not for demographically large countries like India.
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Sreehari RS Nair said:   9 months ago
The election is the backbone of Democracy. This scheme is not new to our country, Simultaneously election means giving a single vote for both the RajyaSabha election and state assembly election on the same day.

I'm against this system,

To conduct elections simultaneously we will have to make changes or amendments to the constitution of India.

The frequent election will bring politicians back to the public frequently, whereas cutting elections will make them lazy.

If a political party loses power or the minister dies at the midterm of their rule, we can re-conduct the election easily through this current system but it is quite difficult in a simultaneous election system.

Although, this system is a step to scam.
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Abhishek pandey said:   2 years ago
Good morning friends,

We have to discuss the topic one India one election. As we know in India people choose their leaders by-election.

In India, there are many elections are conducted by the level of central Or state.

It has taken a lot of time and money.

Due to this, our leaders going busy. They advertise for their party.

Also our previous president Abdul Kalam support this.

So, I support the one nation one election,

Thank you.
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Siddharth Bhardwaj said:   2 years ago
Hello, friends, I am Siddharth from Patna.

As we all know our today's topic is one nation one election. First of all, we have to understand what is election. Election is a process by which people choose there leaders for 5 years in India for both center and state. Election are a key factor to strong democracy. Friends I am in favour of one India one election because there are lot of advantages to implement this and the advantages are following-.

1. Unnecessary expenditure of money by election commission on various state elections.
2. Focus of government on work rather than on state elections.
3. unnecessary focus of public on elections rather than their work.
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Harpreet Singh said:   2 years ago
India : Land of largest Democracy, covering 28 states and 8 union territories and 850 regional languages. So it's hard to imagine for conducting an one election in the entire country.
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Shivam kumar said:   3 years ago
In my opinion, it is not a good idea, regular election keep the govt in control and force the parties to regularly hearing of Janta's problem. If the election were conducted once in 5 years every political party will visit the ground only in the last year.

The election is one of the key element of democracy, what is the point of saving money by sacrificing some of your democratic power.
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Money said:   3 years ago
India is one of the most developing countries.

Pros: -> India will get full of freedom and to make easy sources will get easier. Because of the one time election no currency transfer and nothing will happen like every five years. To know who will be a perfect person to stand in the election.

Cons:-> City will develop but the village will not.
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AnnA said:   3 years ago
As I read above saying that it saves money, made a bit of confusion. Look the elections are conducted on a specific day and all over India in all states, casting 3 votes and there is a necessity of voting machines more than now used. Every single constituency need a good voting machine on the same day same time. So we could think about the no: of voting machines and so there expenses.
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