1. Lack of Homogeneity of Indian Population
2. Large Number of Parties in India
3. Narrow Focus on Vote Bank Politics
4. Nepotism in Indian Politics
5. Lack of Democracy in Political Parties
6. Criminalisation of India Political Parties
7. Lack of Political Ideology in Indian Political Parties
8. Left wing-Right Wing Politics
9. Tussle between Central and State Governments
To reduce or eradicate these trends in Indian politics, multidimensional approaches are needed:-
- Promote common brotherhood among citizens of the country which is also the part of Fundamental Duties under Article 51A.
- Voters should be inculcated with the art of choosing right leaders who will be good for whole society not for only a particular religion, community, caste or region.
- Citizens should avoid following leaders blindly.
- Although political parties are not eager to avoid criminals or Bahubalis while giving tickets but voters can chose not to vote such people.
- Central Government should respect the mandate of people before removing or destabilizing the state governments.