BJP LED NDA and Indian Politics

Mudasir Hamid, Dr. S.K.Srivastav


This article examines how the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)- drove National Democratic  Collusion (NDA) government affected India's residential legislative issues from 1998 to 2004.  It contends that the center standards comprising the BJP's ideological premise accelerated enduring changes in the nature and working of India's residential legislative issues. The paper finds that through driving the NDA government, the BJP made patterns that had been normalizing preceding 1998 and mainstreamed them in Indian residential legislative issues. This mainstreaming made an enduring heritage involved two explicit changes – the redefinition of Indian popular government along more multi-faceted and majoritarian lines and the entrenchment of communalism and common legislative issues.

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