Four Pillars of Democracy

We live in a Democratic Country. So we should must know what are the four pillars of Democracy and importance of each one. Following are the four pillars of democracy

  1. Government ( Executive) is first Pillar of Democracy.
  2. Legislature (Parliament(RajyaSabha and LokSabha) & State Assemblies(Vidhan Sabha), etc) is second piller of Democracy.
  3. Judiciary (Supreme Court, High Court and  all Other Judicial centres) is the third piller of Democracy.
  4. Media (Newspaper,TV News Channel, Internet, Online News Portal,  Blogs & whatever which expresses people’s aspirations and view) is fourth and strongest Pillar of democracy.

You know if you create a Facebook Page or web blog and start writing about any issue of your nation.This is included in Media.

Dear friend all pillar have equal power and if any pillar become weak then it means Our Democracy is in Danger. 

You know why lot of scam happen in Our Country?

This is not because of Government only Media is equally responsible. We are in the age of fastest communication. We have power of internet in our palm then what for we are waiting. We should make media more power full.

And one more line…

“If any organization create monopoly in field of Media then you loose your democracy. Media should be decentralized.”

 

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Chandan Singh is CEO of MFT Info Services Pvt Ltd. He strongly believes in Sanatan and Vegetarianism. He is strong follower of Truth ... So Never believe in Indian National Congress.

One thought on “Four Pillars of Democracy”

  1. tapan sen gupta says:

    it is very helpful for me. earlier i did not know the other three pillers of indian democracy. ionly knew the 4th piller of democracy. the ist piller the government the 2nd piller parlament rsjyasabha assembly 3rd piller judiciary. It is very excellent learning for me

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