India’s 2024 Elections: Top High Stakes of Political and Social Challenges

Pulse of India’s 2024 elections: The top political and social challenges remain high stakes in India’s 2024 elections. Therefore, we urge all of you voters to think deeply about these important issues that shape the nation’s destiny. Numerous political and social problems can move the victory of the Indian election of 2024 to any of the political parties. You can read this article to learn about these problems.

India's 2024 Elections Top High Stakes of Political and Social Challenges (4.
India’s 2024 Elections Top High Stakes of Political and Social Challenges (4.

India is undergoing the Lok Sabha Election 2024. Till now, 35% of the election has been completed with the second phase of election completion. The election for the third phase of Lok Sabha 2024 is going to be held on 7 May 2024. 

While the country is moving towards the third phase of the Lok Sabha election in 2024, some social and political problems in India can decide the future of this country. Here, we will highlight some social and political issues in the Indian election 2024.

India’s 2024 Elections: Economic development and inflation

According to a report by the UN, India’s economy is expected to grow at a rate of 6.5 per cent in 2024. In addition, the country is expected to have grown by 8% in the previous fiscal year ended on 31st March. The Modi government has tried its best to push the country’s economy to the fifth position in the world.

Despite holding the Indian economy in fifth place, the Modi government has literally struggled to control inflation in the country.  The retail inflation in 2022 and 2023  reached 6.7% from 5.5% in 2021 and 2022, and 6.2% a year ago. Annual retail inflation was at 5.09% in February 2024. The opposition is eyeing this factor to gather voter’s eyes.

According to the CSDS survey, a significant 26%  of respondents attributed responsibility of inflation to the Central Government policies. Notably, only 12% blamed their respective state government. However, 56% held both levels of governance accountable. 

India’s 2024 Elections: Farmers demand

In the last election, the BJP had promised to double farmers’ income by 2022. Still, there is no sign of that.  Farmers protestors, especially from the northern region of Punjab, have forced Modi to reverse three farm laws. Again, farmers hit the streets this year demanding higher guaranteed production prices.  However, the protest fizzled out in a few weeks. 

India’s 2024 Elections: Corruption

Corruption has become a significant social and political problem for the Indian election in   2024. A government agency investigating suspected money laundering, arrested, or raided nearly 150 opposition politicians in the previous decades. It has been only about half a  dozen ruling party politicians in the same period.

The Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, a senior opposition politician who denies any corruption, has been arrested by the central government. Prime Minister Narender Modi says agencies are free to investigate anyone as per the “zero-tolerance”  policy on corruption.  

Opposition politicians have blamed Modi for misusing government agencies to target them for political benefits. Meanwhile, the main opposition “Congress” is battling tax demands, which it has known an attempt to ruin before the election.

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India’s 2024 ElectionsUnemployment 

According to the CSDS survey, unemployment has become one of the key problems of the voters in India. According to the same survey, 62% of participants expressed that getting jobs has become tougher in the country.

For the first time, Modi became Prime Minister in 2014 with a promise of developing tens of millions of jobs for the country’s youth but has significantly failed to fulfill this promise. According to the privately held Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy, the unemployment rate rose 8% in February. 

India’s 2024 Elections: Electoral bonds and Ram Mandir

Particularly in Northern India,  the inauguration of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya has given a significant boost to the BJP. However, the opposition is highlighting Electoral bonds judgment to target the BJP and demanding a high-level probe. 

India’s 2024 ElectionsConclusion 

Indian Lok Sabha election is going with immense heat between political parties. However, there are some Social and Political Problems Faced in India’s 2024 Election can make or break the result.  We can’t predict the result as of now because the result will come out on the 4th of June 2024. 

Frequently Asked Questions For India’s 2024 Elections

Q. What are the major issues in Indian politics?

Ans. Law and order, terrorism, religious violence, caste-based violence, and more are essential issues that affect the political environment of the country.

Q. What are the current social issues in India?

Ans. Corruptions, illiteracy, the education system, women’s safety, and more are some of the major social problems in India.

Q. What are some political problems?

Ans. Countering terrorism,  cyber issues, anti-corruption, and more are some political issues in India.

Q. What is happening in India in 2024?

Ans.  Indian general election 2024 has been happening in India in 2024.

Q. What are the factors shaping India’s political system since its Independence?

Ans. The nationalist, colonial,  and democratic articulation of politics are shaping Indian Politics in complex ways.

Abhishek Kumar is the editor of Nutan Charcha News. Who has been working continuously in journalism for the last many years? Abhishek Kumar has worked in Doordarshan News, Radio TV News and Akash Vani Patna. I am currently publishing my news magazine since 2004 which is internationally famous in the field of politics.


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