A Significance of Youth Participation in Panchayati Raj: A Case Study on Bihar Naxal and Violent Groups Affected Districts
The 73rd constitutional amendment significantly impact on rural areas and the decentralization process at grass root level strengthen the democratic value and incited the process of inclusive participation at village level electoral role. India’s average demographic dividend is approximately 29 years and it became important to youth participation in PRIs elections because by the dint of such process we can enhance the effectiveness of the PRIs at the village level. This research paper tried to show that youth are actively participating in the PRIs election in some Bihar’s districts which was affected by Naxal and violent group related activities. After the effective implementation of the 73rd constitutional amendment it positively impacted in such districts and really help to eradicate social probe like caste-based dispute and curbed to stop the massacre. In this decentralization process, many caste and class got representation at village and it helped to stop caste-based discrimination in the village level. Many such aspects are being discussed in this paper. Youth Participation in PRIs election is a positive impacton thesocial reform process in the village.
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