Local Self Governance and People’s Empowerment: Indian Perspective

Mr. Rakesh Manna


Local governance, therefore, includes the diverse objectives of vibrant, living, working, and environmentally preserved self-governing communities. Good local governance is not just about providing a range of local services but also about preserving the life and liberty of residents, creating space for democratic participation and civic dialogue, supporting market-led and environmentally sustainable local development, and facilitating outcomes that enrich the quality of life of residents. Local self-government in India has, since 1992, been formalized under the panchayat raj system (rule by village committee), a three-tier system with elected bodies at the village, taluk and district levels.

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