The big One Nation, One Election move has disturbed the political dimension in India. If implemented, the Central Government's move of uniting India with single election will have a huge favour on the Election Commission of India, as there would be elections across the India, Assembly and Lok Sabha together. However, the opposition is raising questions and is against the implementation, calling it unconstitutional.
Courtesy: News 18
AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi opposed the 'One Nation, One Election, proposal of the PM Narendra Modi-led Central Government. Taking a dig at the BJP, Asaduddin Owaisi said, the proposal of the Centre is unconstitutional. In addition, other opposition leaders like Shashi Tharoor, Sanjay Singh and others slammed the 'One Nation, One Election. The opposition said, the I.N.D.I.A alliance has scared the ruling BJP, hence this is an effort to rule… read-more
Courtesy: The Hindu
The Central Government has decided to take a big step forward on the 'one nation, one election' proposal. The BJP-led Central Government has set up a committee to study the issue and submit a report. The panel will be headed by former President Ram Nath Kovind. Notably, the move comes a day after the Centre had announced a special session of the Parliament from September 18 to 22.