The regressive and continually deteriorating plight of our large populace is no secret. More than 100 crore of India’s population exists under highly impoverished and wretched conditions. Forty percent of our country is infected with Maoism, Naxalism, terrorism and seditious activism. Demands for the division and freedom of states are echoing from many quarters and can be clearly heard.
People from all walks of lives are disgruntled and frustrated. A state of anarchy can be felt in all walks of life and a rebellion is in the making. We had a glimpse of it after the Mumbai terror attack (26 November, 2008), and in the years 2011 and 2012 during the Baba Ramdev and Anna Hazare anti-corruption movements. Protests and movements are now a regular feature in our country. Consistent failures of our Legislature and Executive are not acceptable any longer. The basic objectives of our struggle for freedom must now be fulfilled whatever the price!
Judiciary is our supreme guardian and can still salvage the situation by establishing a responsible and accountable system of governance, as presented through this book. Such governance alone can effectively address the maladies that have besieged the nation, and accomplish the basic objectives of the Constitution.
Part III of the book presents guidelines and roadmaps to transform India into a powerful and prosperous nation with the advent of such governance. It is hoped that the people of India will comprehend the findings – the problems that have besieged the nation and their tangible solutions.