The opposition has long been considered an important part of our democracy in India. However, in recent years, there have been growing concerns that the opposition has become increasingly irrelevant. There are a number of factors that have contributed to this trend.
First and foremost, the ruling party has become increasingly dominant in our political system. This has made it difficult for the opposition to effectively challenge the government.
Second, the media has also played a role in this trend. In the past, the media was more likely to give coverage to the opposition. However, in recent years, the media has become more focused on the government and the ruling party. This has made it difficult for the opposition to get its message across.
Third, the opposition has also been hampered by infighting and factionalism. This has made it difficult for the opposition to present a united front against the government.
Fourth, the ruling party has become increasingly adept at using its majority in the parliament to push through its agenda. This has made it difficult for the opposition to block or delay the government's legislative agenda.
Finally, the opposition has also been hurt by the fact that many of its leaders are seen as being out of touch with the people. This has made it difficult for the opposition to connect with the electorate.
The opposition is supposed to provide a check on the government. They are supposed to keep the government in check and ensure that they are doing what is best for the people. But, lately, it seems like the opposition has been doing nothing but criticising the government. They have not been providing any constructive criticism or suggestions. It seems like the opposition has become more interested in criticising the government than in actually doing something constructive. This is not healthy for our democracy. The opposition should be providing constructive criticism and suggestions, not just criticising the government. The opposition has become irrelevant in our democracy because they are not doing their job.
This is not healthy for our democracy and it needs to change. All of these factors have contributed to the trend of the opposition becoming increasingly irrelevant in our democracy. This is a trend that is unlikely to change in the near future.