Democracy Goes Digital

The Logical Indian

November 16th, 2014

Vibrancy of a democracy largely depends on how the voice of the people is reflected in the decision making process. In a welcome development among political parties, Democracy has gone digital, the political parties have taken initiatives to listen to people to solve people’s problems.

Earlier on, the BJP-led Central government launched mygov.in with the objective of listening to people’s ideas. AAP is now launching Delhi Dialogue where people (including common man, experts, government employees) can discuss problems faced, opine on common issues, kick start initiatives in and among various departments like TRANSPORT, SOCIAL WELFARE, SANITATION among many others.

The Logical Indian lauds BJP and AAP to have taken up initiatives to listen to peoples voice, besides we are delighted the way democracy is evolving from a representative one to a participative. The Logical Indian also requests all citizens to take part in these initiatives and contribute to the progress of country, because when it comes to progress of our country we are all in the same team.

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