you explained social movements very well.
liked your answer.
but ills democracy were not mentioned in the answer.
Also it was very India specific, rather about in general democracy.
The constitution of India has provided for a democratic form of government. It is the duty of the government to maintain this structure. The democratic feature along with secularism, sovereignty and republic are the features which describe the values of the Indian society. It is the duty of the policy makers to remove all the defects of democracy, if it exists. Democracy as per Abraham Lincoln is government of the people, by the people and for the people. The control lie in the hands of the public via its elected representatives. Thus social movements should be the carrier of change in the society as revolutions contradicts the very definition of democracy.
i agree with u ahsa i might have included that as i just started writing this essay based on the knowledge i accumulated so far i didn’t gather any information specially and just continued to write this imagining that sitting in exam hall. so no much knowledge about world.
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Try to give two opposing views too. Somewhere this essay tends look completely biased towards the positives of social movements. There are examples of revolutions being good for a nation, or some social movements, such as feminist movements still struggling to find a foothold and larger acceptance in the dynamics of many societies.