One Nation One Election: The Central Government has formed a committee regarding ‘One Nation One Election’, whose chairman is former President Ram Nath Kovind. The Central Government has also called a special session of Parliament from 18 September to 22 September. It is possible that the central government can also present a bill in the parliament regarding ‘One Nation One Election’. The committee constituted by the Center will look into the legal aspects of ‘one country one election’. Apart from this, opinion will also be taken from the general public.
Let us inform that on one hand, most of the opposition leaders are opposing this move of the government, while some Congress leaders are also supporting it. The latest example of this is Deputy Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh TS Singhdev, who wholeheartedly welcomed ‘One Nation One Election’. “I personally welcome this decision of the Centre,” he said. On the other hand, Himachal Pradesh cabinet minister Anirudh Singh opposed it and said, “The talk of One Nation One Election is not new in our country, rather the Bharatiya Janata Party has been following it for a long time. In this way, an attempt is being made to bring dictatorship in the country. The roots of BJP are shaking vigorously in most of the states of the country. That’s why the government is now trying to divert the attention of the people. Anirudh Singh further said, “Recently elections have been held in some states. If the One Nation One Election Bill is passed, then elections will have to be held in these states within six months. The BJP government at the center will put an economic burden on the country by doing all this. Along with this, the money of the general public of the country will be wasted.
‘Public opinion will be sought on One Nation One Election’
Regarding One Nation One Election, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi has said, “Now only the committee has been formed, what is the point of worrying so much? First the report of the committee will come, then there will be discussion in the public domain. Will be discussed in Parliament. There is no need to panic. At present the committee has been formed. It does not mean that it will come into force from tomorrow itself.”
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