The Supreme court, recently dismissed a petition filed by the Good Governance India Foundation that challenged two legal facets of our political life. One, that the Constitution’s preamble has since 1976 declared us “socialist” and, two, that a 1989 law forces every party to pledge allegiance to this socialism.
The political parties are expected to emerge from ideas which form their base. In cognizance with Indian political system where still the fight is over vote bank and castes, that day is perhaps distant. The school of thoughts is missing and sole purpose is restricted to gain power and private investment.
With the party name as BSP(Bahujan Samaj Party) and a pledge towards development of Dalit, the party supremo higher-end objective seemed to accumulate enough wealth to achieve her dream to become PM of India. Net asset of 87 crore from 35 crore in just three years loudly speaks about the socialistic work she is doing. She clearly knows the art of tackling the people of the state. Making poor realize what could be achieved by one of them. They simply adored her and she is loving it big way with socialism crushed some where under her fatty bank accounts.
The question is under what impression Supreme Court is for socialism and how long it is going to take for our someone like PM aspirants to understand it.