The dynamics of party system has led to the conversion of one party dominance system of India into Bi-polar multi-party system due to the regionalisation of Indian politics. This happened because of the combined effect of the processes of modernization, politicization and economic development. It can also be attributed to the impact of the processes of liberalization, privatization and globalization. Lastly, it is the natural result of the continental sized multi regional, multi religious, multi caste, multi cultural, multi lingual and multiethnic character of the policy.
This volume is likely to prove very useful for the teachers, research scholars and the students of political science. It will also be of considerable interest for the political leaders and media persons across ideological lines and leanings.