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Political parties
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The lesson shows the influence of pressure groups and movements on political parties. It also mentions the relation between political group and pressure group. There is a clear discussion on political party and its functions.

Charu Modi is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Charu Modi
Having completed Masters in Law with gold medal from Lucknow University, qualified NET in July 2018 and has taught at Ambition Law Institute

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Please continue with the other non constitutional bodies too ... Lokyutha etc. That would be of great help.
OKay. Thanks for suggesting!
B Khiran Kumar
3 years ago
Thank you.
a very helpful series.....but the volume of the video is times it becomes difficult to hear ... the previous lesson u had mentioned trade Union as an interest group and in this lesson u gave trade Union as an example of pressure group. Mam... please clarify my doubt
Sandeep Raj
a year ago
Pressure group and Interest groups are same concept..there was a mistake in previous lesson in the difference between pressure group and interest group actually it should be the diff between a movement and pressure group...#Acc to NCERT
mam... what is a movement?
Dhruvil Patel
a year ago
as we move from one part to another is called movement 😂😂😂😂

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  3. PRESSURE GROUPS AND MOVEMENTS INFLUENCING POLITIC * gain public support and sympathy for their goals and their activity by carrying out information campaigns, organizing meetings, file petitions, etc. influence the media into giving more attention to these ssues. organize protest activity like strikes or disrupting government " organize protest activity

  4. o Some persons from pressure groups or movement groups may participate in official bodies and committees that offer advice to the government.

  5. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN POLITICAL PARTIES AND PRESSURE GROUPS Pressure groups are either formed or led by the leaders of political parties or act as extended arms of political parties. For example, most trade unions and students' orga Political parties grow out o For example, most trade unions and students' organizations. * Political parties grow out of movements. * For example, Assam movement led by students against the foreigners' came to an end, Asom Gana Parishad was formed. end, Asom Gana Parishad was formed

  6. POLITICAL PARTIES a group of people who come together to contest elections and hold power in the government. A political party has three component the leaders, the active members and the followers * s: * the leaders,

  7. Parties contest elections. policies and programs. policies and programs * play a decisive role in making laws. play a decisive fole in making laws. form and run governments parties that lose in the elections play the role of opposition to the parties in power shape public opinion provide people access to government machinery and welfare schemes implemented by governments. shape public opinion * '