A View on Scheduled Tribes Constituencies in Andhra Pradesh

Author
Dr. Vinod Kumar Cherukuri
Keywords
Scheduled Tribes; Constitutional Provisions; Reserved Constituencies; Election Results.
Abstract
Electoral victory is based on the decision of voters in any democratic society. Voting behaviour is a form of election behaviour. Elections must represent the free expression of the people’s will to be considered credible. As a result, elections must be open to everyone, inclusive, and responsible. In this aspect, this research paper observes that the electors’ decision regarding Scheduled Tribes candidates in various political parties in 2019 assemble elections and provides the finding of the study.
References
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[2] Representation of People Act, 1951.
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[5] R.G. Singh, The Depressed Classes of India: Problems and Prospects, B.R. Publishing Corporation, New Delhi,1986.
[6] Ghure, G.S. “The Scheduled Tribes”, Popular Prakashan, Bombay,1963.
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Received : 10 October 2021
Accepted : 30 January 2022
Published : 06 February 2022
DOI: 10.30726/ijmrss/v9.i1.2022.91001

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