Post MBA exam results, Group Discussion will be crucial for MBA admission so it is advised to read and practice with variety of topics. In following GD topic you will be getting some points with divergent views which you can pick up and develop. Today, you will read GD topic:
"Creating more states will disintegrate India"
Although many believe that the creation of more states will disintegrate India, some think otherwise. This is because there is a huge democratic country in the world, made up of many states that is running successfully – the United States of America. The US is made up of many states and yet it is the most powerful country in the world today. So, although India may be looking into the creation of more states, it may not spell disaster for the country as long as it is done right.
Once more states are created, it automatically means that they will have separate administrative procedures, legal procedures, and economic rules. Although states may choose to handle social, economic, and political issues differently, they can be connected on a macro level. This means that India should have various levels of administration – city, state and national. For this to occur, the government has to come up with guidelines that the nation has to follow on various aspects. Then, states can create their own rules that are in line with these national guidelines. This way, states will stay connected, while enjoying their individual autonomous status.
On the other hand, if states insist on complete independence from the country, in the case of Tamil Nadu, India will disintegrate. The Khalistan movement, the Kashmir issue, and the integration of seven sisters (Assam, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur, and Tripura) will surely shake India. If Indians are not united or do not relate to people of other states, we may witness a shrinking India.
So, the future of India lies in the hands of its citizens. If states only require autonomy in certain areas like administration, education, and legal procedures, the country can remain as one, with the existence of many states – the United States of India. However, if people do not stay united, a civil war may break out in India, leading to the creation of states, which have no link to the nation. Although it is a difficult task to strengthen ties between states and communities, it is the only option left for the Indian government, in order to maintain the sanctity of the nation.