If representatives in a democracy are not responsible, they weaken it instead of becoming its defenders. Therefore, Mahatma Gandhi called upon the people to reduce possibility of abuse in democracy to the minimum from time-to-time. In his time he emphasized upon making democratic system of governance firm, healthy, disciplined and responsible. Mahatma Gandhi’s call to save democracy from becoming a mobocracy and to make it people-friendly and finally transforming it into aSwarajya was, and is, worth giving a thought.
Despite the large number of people coming together mobocracy can never be the reflection of a democracy. Due to lack of discipline and control over the crowd a mobocracy cannot transmit the will of the people. Hence, a mobocracy sometimes becomes more dangerous than a dictatorship.So unless a responsible good people get in and act else it will provide a chance for crooked thugs,mobs to get in and ruin this nation which is happening now.
How can a democracy be devoid of mobocracy? How can it be transformed into a real people's rule? How can it become a Swarajya? This can be done through the process of constant reforms in democracy and not in avoidance of it and that too in accordance with demand of time and prevailing circumstances and one such vibrant epitome is Freedom team of India which is on the right path and pls do visit and join at http://freedomteam.in/blog/main.
We are all living in a system which has inherent flaws in political system.Changing the ruling party is like changing the driver of a defective car. It doesn't matter how many times you try, you are not going to get any different result and this is absolute insanity.To see any real change you need a near overhaul of our constitutional structure and for sure definitively good people with will should be allowed to contest elections. This might make some evil groups unhappy in the short term but will serve the good of all in the long term just like a bitter medicine. But unless the common man understands that the problem is not the people ruling him but the framework in which he is being ruled, we cannot expect any ideological movement in India to succeed in the political sphere.