India has been a democratic country since its independence. India followed a multi-party system but due to certain factors, it always relied on nepotism. We all know that in India there has one-party system since the 1990s after the collision government formed the government. In recent times we saw one-party dominance in the country. In the last two general elections, it won by a majority. What factors affected the majority of this government that it won the election? We saw that some people are influenced by the work of the government while certain sections are influenced by their parents, society, etc. Every Government tempts the voters at the time of election. We observed in the last two elections how the government stimulates the voters on certain provisions like the EWS provision added in the constitution by the 103rd amendment these provisions will be added at the time of the election that attract them to cast a vote for their Party. In the same year, one more factor is full filling the promise made to the voters on Ram Mandir in Ayodhya.
This government takes many positive majors for the development of society and also launched many schemes and programs which are important for India. India also took major action in shaping relations with foreign countries and emerged as the leader for the Global South.
What are the effects of women’s reservation in the 2029 election? This reservation is enforced in 2027 after the delimitation process. The reservations are given to women for 15 years. As we know at the global level India’s women’s participation is very low in the political arena I.e. in the centre women occupy 15% seats while in state assemblies only 10% total seats. We say that women’s participation is a must but we never gave a single chance to enhance their capabilities. Recently in the G20 summit, India’s women labour participation rate was less than 24%. Women’s wages are always less than men’s. They always fight for their security and freedom. In the Global arena women’s security, and health is most important for the development of our society. “If you educate a man, you educate an individual. But if you educate a woman, you educate a nation.”
In the 2029 election, the seats are reserved for the women’s candidate which signifies that women’s participation will increase in the Political arena. We can look at many figures like Nirmala Sitaraman, Smriti Irani, etc. that shape our nation. India wants to become a developed nation by 2047 it’s a big step to fostering the country in a holistic approach. We can see in the 2029 election that the country is self-dependent. Women’s roles in all fields are increasing day by day and a day will come when all women are self-dependent.
About the Auther–
SIDDHARTH RAJKUMAR, A Undergraduate Political Science (Hons.) Student of Shaheed Bhagat Singh College. His areas of interest like Global Politics, Social issues, International Relations, Law, etc.