AAP On One Nation, One Election: On the completion of 75 years of India’s independence, it is being celebrated as Amrit Mahotsav on the guidelines of the Central Government. Along with this, after the formation of the BJP government in 2014, dozens of laws have been amended. Under the democratic system, the election of the center in the country, the election of the state and the lower unit Municipal Corporation as well as the Gram Panchayat elections are held on the guidelines of the Election Commission at their scheduled time. While the Prime Minister Narendra Modi have pointed to ‘one country one election’ several times from the big stage, saying that elections at all levels across the country will be held simultaneously, which will save the expenditure of crores of rupees. can be saved.
On Monday, the Aam Aadmi Party clarified its opinion on this issue and attacked BJP fiercely by holding a press conference. On behalf of the Aam Aadmi Party, one country one election has been described as damaging the basic structure of the Indian Constitution. Along with this it has been clarified that the party will never accept this law.
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On behalf of the Aam Aadmi Party, MLA Atishi told a press conference that the government is formed in India under the parliamentary system and this major system is mainly depicted in the basic structure of the constitution, but if the whole country is implemented at all levels. If the elections are held simultaneously, it will be directly playing with the basic preamble of the Indian Constitution.
‘simultaneous elections against the original preamble of the Indian constitution’
MLA Atishi said, "In the country’s most talked-about case, the Supreme Court has made it clear that the basic preamble of the Indian Constitution cannot be amended and tampered with, but if the election of the central state and the lower unit is held simultaneously, then the parliamentary The system will have to be directly challenged, due to which this law will be against the basic preamble of the Indian Constitution, which also violates the decision of the Supreme Court."
Different issues between Center and states: Atishi
‘If the government falls in the minority, then the central government will be benefited’
The MLA also said regarding this matter, "Elections are held in many such states, where the government with full majority is not formed. A government is formed with a coalition consisting of other parties. If the alliance breaks due to any issue, then in the current situation re-election is held on the direction of the governor, but one country one election law may have to wait for a long time. In this situation, it would be a direct challenge to the constitutional system.