Political History of India

By | November 17, 2020

A country without a history is impossible. History can also lead the country to become a better country because we can learn with it. Everything must have a history, including the political history of each country. So, here is the history of Indian politics for several regions in India that you need to know.

Karnataka

Karnataka is located in southwest India. The capital of this city is Bengaluru. The amount of major parties in Karnataka is divided into three major, which are Janata Dal, Indian National Congress, and Bharatiya Janata Party. Two of them, which are the Indian National Congress and Janata Dal, led the coalition of the government controlling since May 2018. The total amount of parliament constituencies is 28 which they got elected by the Lok Sabha. Lok Sabha is the House of the People. How is the election in India? So, the election in India is conducted with the Indian constitution. There are several types of elections, such as Lok Sabha elections, Vidhan Sabha elections, Rajya Sabha elections, and Vidhan Parishad elections. The Lok Sabha elections started from 1952 until now. The Vidhan Sabha elections started from 1952 until the fifteenth assembly in 2018.

top karnataka leaders

top karnataka leaders

Kerala

Kerala is located in the Southern India or it called the tropical paradise of India. Political party in Kerala named Kerala Socialist Party. It founded by Mathai Manjooran. The prominent figures of this Party are K.M Roy, M.K. Menon, and P.P Varuthukutty. The other leaders, such as Mamman  Kannanthanam, Baby John, Karunakara Menon, M.L George are also prominent. There are also parties that already defunct in Kerala, such as Karshaka Thozhilali Party, National Democratic Party, Democratic Indira Congress, and Kerala Congress. For today, there are two largest communist parties for Indian politics in Kerala, such as the Communist Party of India (Marxist) and the Communist Party of India.

Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu is located in the south Indian State. In Tamil Nadu, there are also so many political parties that already defunct, such as Bharatiya Forward Bloc, National Forward Bloc, Pasumpon Forward Bloc, Revolutionary Forward Bloc, Congress Jananayaka Peravai, Tamil Arasu Kazhagam, and so on. There is also an important event that happened in Tamil Nadu which is the Anti-Hindi agitations. It happened twice before and after the period of independence. The first agitation happened in 1937 and the second agitation happened in 1946.

Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu

West Bengal

West Bengal is located in eastern India between the Bay of Bengal and Himalayas. There are several defunct political parties, such as Bangla Bachao Front, Lal Jhanda Dal, United Democratic People’s Front, Kamtapur Progressive Party, and so many more. There are also 43 former constituencies, such as Alipore, Bara Bazar, Cossipur, Dhakuria, Garden Reach, Hura, Indpur, Kanska, Mugberia, etc. There also abolished the legislative council in 1969. There was also an event in West Bengal, which is Singur Tata Nano Controversy.

So, Indian politics in the regions in Indian has so many changes, which is the dysfunction of the political parties and has so many types of the elections.