Dear Editor,Ahead of Rajyasabha elections, Congress party has moved its MLAs to resorts over fear of poaching attempts in some states. At present political parties try to come to power at every cost and play with the country’s democratic and constitutional values. People elect their representatives for a five-year tenure but after elections the representatives are not much of public concerns. As a consequence, personal interest, cross voting or resignation from assembly and dirty politics involving under-the-hood support to the opposition party to form government, is usual. These trends raise questions about accountability of legislators for people. The current perspective is not a good sign for the democracy which reflects the intentions of government of the people, by the people, for the people. It will be better that all political parties try to save democracy and work for the interest of the nation.Amit Singh Kushwaha,Satna (M.P.).
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