There is no perfection in life , but we can hope to strive towards that . I sometimes wonder if we have a government , which runs on Democratic principles  , which is ideal as far as the needs of our society is concerned since one is inter dependant on the other ..


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  • Re: What is an ideal form of society and government?

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    I believe that an ideal political and social system should allow people the liberty of thought and action to the extent that others' liberty is not violated.  A government has no business to tell people what they eat, what they dress and so on. The government only needs to provide facilities for smooth functioning of  citizen's activities. It should be object of government to create condition of full or near full employment, ensure best use of natural and human resources. 


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  • Re: What is an ideal form of society and government?

    by » 2 years ago


    I think both people and the Government work together with great Hormony and understanding to achieve the desired results.


  • Re: What is an ideal form of society and government?

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    Gulshan Kumar Ajmani wrote:

    I believe that an ideal political and social system should allow people the liberty of thought and action to the extent that others' liberty is not violated.  A government has no business to tell people what they eat, what they dress and so on. The government only needs to provide facilities for smooth functioning of  citizen's activities. It should be object of government to create condition of full or near full employment, ensure best use of natural and human resources. 

    I would go with those views too..

    However in a multi cultural and multi religious society that has no uniform civil code, is it easy to function since any step taken for the betterment of the society would probably become unacceptable to some ..


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  • Re: What is an ideal form of society and government?

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    rambabu wrote:

    I think both people and the Government work together with great Hormony and understanding to achieve the desired results.

    Please stop posting  responses that mean nothing ..better stay away rather than come up with such nonsensical posts !


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  • Re: What is an ideal form of society and government?

    by » 2 years ago


     First-of-all interdependency will always remain among people for just sake of benefit. Government's role in society is to help them and manage their needs according to them. A government can't snatch human rights from people or their right to raise their own voice. Between democratic governance, every particular person had full right to enjoy or live his life in his own way. 


    Thank you said by: usha manohar

  • Re: What is an ideal form of society and government?

    by » 2 years ago


    Unless there is dictatorship or communism most other forms of government run on more or less the same principles. Socialism is better than Communism but Democracy comes with its own set of problems it is not easy ..


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  • Re: What is an ideal form of society and government?

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    usha manohar wrote:
    Gulshan Kumar Ajmani wrote:

    I believe that an ideal political and social system should allow people the liberty of thought and action to the extent that others' liberty is not violated.  A government has no business to tell people what they eat, what they dress and so on. The government only needs to provide facilities for smooth functioning of  citizen's activities. It should be object of government to create condition of full or near full employment, ensure best use of natural and human resources. 

    I would go with those views too..

    However in a multi cultural and multi religious society that has no uniform civil code, is it easy to function since any step taken for the betterment of the society would probably become unacceptable to some ..

    Live and let live - should be motto in multi religious and multi cultural society. It implies that there should be little or no interference in internal matters of any community.. Every community should be itself responsible for any social reforms necessary. The British followed this norm of non interference and this proved a good policy for governance. The British Indian government interfered with customs of any community only when there was strong initiative from within a community.  For example, Sati system was abolished only when initiative was taken by Hindu community leaders like Raja Ram Mohan Roy.    


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  • Re: What is an ideal form of society and government?

    by » 2 years ago


    Gulshan Kumar Ajmani wrote:
    usha manohar wrote:
    Gulshan Kumar Ajmani wrote:

    I believe that an ideal political and social system should allow people the liberty of thought and action to the extent that others' liberty is not violated.  A government has no business to tell people what they eat, what they dress and so on. The government only needs to provide facilities for smooth functioning of  citizen's activities. It should be object of government to create condition of full or near full employment, ensure best use of natural and human resources. 

    I would go with those views too..

    However in a multi cultural and multi religious society that has no uniform civil code, is it easy to function since any step taken for the betterment of the society would probably become unacceptable to some ..

    Live and let live - should be motto in multi religious and multi cultural society. It implies that there should be little or no interference in internal matters of any community.. Every community should be itself responsible for any social reforms necessary. The British followed this norm of non interference and this proved a good policy for governance. The British Indian government interfered with customs of any community only when there was strong initiative from within a community.  For example, Sati system was abolished only when initiative was taken by Hindu community leaders like Raja Ram Mohan Roy.    

    True , like it is being done now to abolish triple talaq which has absolutely no religious implications since it is being practiced only in India and many of the Muslim women groups  have given full support to the government to put an end to it ,  with the Supreme Court too questioning this very barbaric practice ..


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  • Re: What is an ideal form of society and government?

    by » 2 years ago


    A nation, a society or even a family constitutes by the people in it and if they are deprived of their basic rights then a nation or whatever loses harmony. Thus, a government has to take care of the harmony first. It's true all cannot be satisfied but certainly, a middle path has to be etched to satisfy the maximum number of people. No distinction should be made on any basis or else there will be dissatisfaction which will lead to protest and violence at one point in time that is definitely, not a good governance.   


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  • Re: What is an ideal form of society and government?

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    Most harmonious and peace loving nations have  very strictly followed  civil laws which does not distinguish between religion,class or creed. Like for example most European nations follow this form of governance and were very peaceful until they began to accept refugees..Then we all know what has been happening ! A nation that caters to every whim and fancy will never have peace nor can it give happiness and safety to its citizens because discipline is very essential . The major problem with India's case is its rudderless system which is democracy but so far has been extremely communal..This form of governance can only lead to unrest and communal tension as we all can see ..


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