ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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SOUTH-Meaning of Kerala

Meaning of Kerala Mohit Sen IT is essential that any analysis of the election results in Kerala should start with stating the obvious. The heavy , turnout of the voters close to 75 per cent of the total electorate, itself considerably enlarged demonstrates that in one of the most politically advanced States in our country, the masses have an attachment to parliamentary democracy. They have very far from lost their faith in utilising this system to further their aspirations. That this is the position in Kerala with its unenviable record of general elections and where social antagonisms are well advanced is of the greatest significance. And this is the position a good two decades after this system was established in our country.

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