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Candidates are free to express their viewpoint, it may be either yes or no but the answer should be supported with appropriate arguments. Weightage should be given for originality and logic.

1) If a candidate writes “yes” then the answer may include the following points or any other relevant point:


(i) People have given absolute majority to one party i.e. B.J.P.


(ii) People were fed up with the previous experience of coalition governments.


(iii) Regional parties like S.P., B.S.P, and DMK etc. have been wiped out.


(iv) Many important decisions could not be taken due to varying interests of coalition parties.


2) If a candidate writes “No” then the answer may include the following points or any other relevant point.


(i) Regional parties still have relevance and they are ruling in different states.


(ii) Congress and B.J.P both are trying continuously to woo the regional parties in their favour.


(iii) The present government still depends and needs the support of different regional parties to get the bills passed in the Parliament.


(iv) At present, the Congress party is trying to unite the opposition parties/ regional parties against the ruling party with the purpose to regain power.


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