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Emerging Trends in Rajasthan Politics (Western Rajasthan)

Dr. Arjun Singh
Assistant Professor Department of Political Science Guru Nanak Dev University College, Sujanpur Email Id: arjunranju@gmail.com
Online First: March 27, 2018
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Abstract

Western Rajasthan is spread over an area of 208487 sq. kilometers. It comprise eleven districts of Rajasthan known as Barmmar, Bikaner, Churu, Ganganagar, Jaisalmer, Jalore, Jhunjhunu, Jodhpur, Nagaur, Sikar and Pali. These districts cover 60 percent of the area of the state and support about 38 percent of its population. It seems that at least Western Rajasthan is now leading towards a two party system. In Rajasthan a straight contest between the Congress and the Bhartiya Janta Party seems inevitable. The other political parties like Bahujan Samaj Party, Lok Jan Shakti Party, Communist Party of India, Indian National Lok Dal, Rajasthan Samajik Nyaya Manch and Janata Dal (United)  virtually have no base at least in Western Rajasthan.  If we analyze the prevailing trend in Rajasthan democracy, winning election has become the sole criteria for political parties. In order to win election, political parties compromise with values, ethics and morality, which used to be associated with it. It has weakened the base of Rajasthan politics. The present research paper highlights the emerging trends in the politics of Western Rajasthan.

Keyword : Electoral, Prevailing, Comprise, Heterogeneous, Bureaucrats, Deputation, Franchise, Factionalism, Aristocratically, Gladiatorial, Globalization, Transparency, Trivialization

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1. G. Austin, ‘Politics and Development’, New Delhi, Excel publication, 1972, P.5 2. Durga Das, ‘Politics of Reforms’, New Delhi, Chand Publication, 1994, P.29 3. C.M. Alexander, ‘Development of Desert’, Ajmer, Kiran Publication,1977,P. 16-36. 4. Election office Report, Govt. of Rajasthan, Jaipur. 5. Rajasthan Legislative Assembly Records 6. Census of India, 1981, 1991, 2011 7. sec.rajasthan.gov.in 8. www.assocham.org
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1. G. Austin, ‘Politics and Development’, New Delhi, Excel publication, 1972, P.5
2. Durga Das, ‘Politics of Reforms’, New Delhi, Chand Publication, 1994, P.29
3. C.M. Alexander, ‘Development of Desert’, Ajmer, Kiran Publication,1977,P. 16-36.
4. Election office Report, Govt. of Rajasthan, Jaipur.
5. Rajasthan Legislative Assembly Records
6. Census of India, 1981, 1991, 2011
7. sec.rajasthan.gov.in
8. www.assocham.org
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