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AAP opposes proposal of ‘One Nation, One Election’, says threat to constitution

AAP opposes proposal of ‘One Nation, One Election’, says threat to constitution


Aam Aadmi Party MLA Atishi said that when we deeply examine the proposal of ‘One Nation, One Election’, many very worrying facts and ideological issues come to the fore.

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oi-Mukesh Pandey

Published: Monday, January 23, 2023, 23:57 [IST]

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Aam Aadmi Party MLA Atishi said that for the first time in 2017, the BJP proposed ‘One Nation, One Election’ to the country. ‘One Nation, One Election’ means the election of the Central Government and the State Governments should be held simultaneously and the next election should be held only after a gap of five years. This proposal was placed before the Law Commission. In the year 2018, the Law Commission presented its report to the country, in which the Law Commission supported the proposal of ‘One Nation, One Election’. In December 2022, the Law Commission sent its report to all political parties and sought their opinion on it. Aam Aadmi Party has also given its opinion on the proposal of ‘One Nation One Election’.

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Senior AAP leader Atishi said that when there is talk of ‘One Nation, One Election’ and when one hears this for the first time, he thinks it is right, it is also logical. What is the harm in this? When elections are held somewhere in every few months in our country, then what is the harm if all the elections are held simultaneously. But when we deeply examine the proposal of ‘One Nation, One Election’, many very worrying facts and ideological issues come to the fore as to how if ‘One Nation, One Election’ is implemented then the democracy of this country will be affected. There will be a very heavy blow. That’s why the Aam Aadmi Party has submitted its opinion in writing to the Law Commission, strongly opposing ‘One Nation, One Election’.

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Atishi said that the Basic Structure in the Constitution of India is a constitutional principle that was established by a 13-judge constitutional bench of the Supreme Court in the Kesavananda Bharti case. It is written in this that the central government cannot bring any such law or policy, which violates the basic structure of the constitution of this country. The basic structure of the constitution in our country is the parliamentary form of government. Parliamentary form of government involves many types of accountability.

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AAP opposes proposal of One Nation One Election says fear to constitution

Story first published: Monday, January 23, 2023, 23:57 [IST]

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