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Why should regional parties be allowed to fight national elections?
  • Since 1989 Lok Sabha Elections, no single party has got majority and all govts. have been coalition govts. This has led to a lot of instability. The period also has witnessed the emergence of strong regional satraps. Many of them have been offshoots of the erstwhile Janata Dal (Mulayam’s SP, Ajit Singh’s RLD, Lalu’s RJD, Nitish’s JD(U), Patnaik’s BJD, Deve Gowda’s JD(S), Paswan’s LJP) and Congress (Mamta’s TMC, Pawar’s NCP).

    After each election, parties jostle against each other to support the leading combination in return for ministerial berths. The state parties essentially have no ideology and keep on changing partners to suit their best needs.
  • its because no single party can understand and cater to the needs of the so many diverse states, religion, and people of india
  • the main advantage of the state govts participating in such electins is that they get a say in the parliament about what their own state needs
    atleast tht WAS the idea

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