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Justice Party - Political Parties (in Tamil)
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Contemporary Indian political history is categorised into pre-independence and post-independence era. There is a stark contrast in the way politics used to be played out during the freedom movement days and the shape it has taken after independence. In all these years, India politics has seen a drastic change. Here in this course I am going to explain Justice Party

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The objectives of the FRBM Act are: • End revenue deficit • Curtail fiscal deficit Since its introduction in 2003 except for 2008-2010 period when the nation had to spend heavily to overcome the global slowdown the targets allotted for each year for curtailing deficits have been met by the Central Government. But when the British had congratulated themselves for presenting a revenue surplus budget in India Gopal Krishna Gokhale derided them as when the nation is starving the rulers should use resources to give a helping hand to the needy rather than worry about the surplus. Thus the very need for curtailing expenditure has been questioned by critics of FRBM. The latest being negative impact of austerity measures in European attempts to overcome slow down. Thus there is a growing body which is challenging the need for FRBM. Also the FRBM faces implementation difficulties as any reasons for the targets breach have just to be informed by the Finance Minister to the Parliament. Thus without penalties and sanctions the FRBM has become more a guiding principle than an effective legislation. Also the FRMB requires discipline on part of states which is missing as seen from the pitiable condition of state electricity distribution companies who are facing bankruptcy due to non payment of bills by the State Government for the free power supplied to agriculture sector. Hence one can say the FRBM Act is more a guiding principle for moral suasion than an effective legislation.

  2. Introduction The justice Party represented the Non - Brahmin movement & engineered a social revolution against the domination of Brahmins in the sphere of public service & education It is officially known as South Indian Liberal Federation was a political party in madras presidency of British India It is established in 1916 by T.M. Nair & Thiyagaraya Chetty

  3. During its early years, the party involved in petitioning to the Imperial administrative bodies demanding more representation for Non Brahmin in administration Tamil Newspaper - Dravidan Telugu Newspaper- Andhra Prakasika English Newspaper - Justice

  4. Rule of the Justice Party In the election of 1920, the Justice Party secured a majority & Subbarayalu Reddiyar formed the ministry In 1923 election again won by Justice Party & formed the ministry In 1926 election, Swarajya party Won A.Subbrayalu (Indipendent Candidate) formed the government

  5. In 1930 elections again the Justice Party won & B. Muthusamy Naidu formed the ministry In 1932, he was replaced by Raja of Bobhili In 1934 Congress Party won the elections but refused to constitute ministry so Justice Party formed ministry In 1937 election the Justice Party failed miserably & never recovered from the defeat so it came under the Leadership of Periyar E.V. Ramasamy

  6. Achievements of Justice Party The justice Party government set the right imbalance in the representation of different communities & improved the status of depressed classes The communal G.O's of 1921 & 1922 provided reservation for Non- Brahmins This government created a Staff selection board in 1924 & it became the Public service commission in 1929

  7. In 1925 Andhra University and in 1929 Annamalai University were opened The system of giving free pattas for housing sites to the poor was introduced By the way of Mid - Day meal schemes at Thousand lights Thiyagaraya Chettiyar strengthened the school