Essay-Role of Youth in Indian democracy SSC CGL Tier 3 I SSC CHSL Tier 2
India is a country with immense goodness. When many of our neighboring countries have fallen prey to dictatorships or military rules, India has kept up political democracy intact for more than seven decades. One big reason for the achievement of this feat is its vigilant youth who actively partake in the democratic process.
One of the salient features of a democracy is that it always hears the voice of people, and the youth are not scared of voicing their opinion. This way, the youth act as the voice of people and make them heard. Moreover, the youth, with their energy and vigor, play an important role in the development of its country by providing the workforce needed for advancement. They also happen to be unconventional thinkers and thus act as a catalyst for change which is needed to survive in the 21st Century.
The youth of the present can provide promising leaders for the future who can take our country forward. Today, our democracy is marred with age-old lethargic practices and institutions. Making the youth a part of democratic institutions will rejuvenate those institutions and fill them with new vigor and vividity.