IAS (Admin.) IAS Mains GS Paper 2 (Governance, Polity, Social Justice, & IR) Constitution-Historical Underpinnings Study Material (Page 17 of 19)

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Perspective on Nature of Indian State: Marxist Perspective

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Perspective on Nature of Indian State

  • Indian State was considered as the prime mover in performing the social, political, and economic wellbeing of the Indian masses.
  • The State was accepted as an activist State, which justified the tremendous power it has acquired in order to intervene in the personal and the collective lives of its people.
  • The process of social engineering became the main agenda of the post-colonial Indian State.

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Perspective on Nature of Indian State: Developmental State

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Developmental State

  • One of the important functions was to get rid of economic backwardness.
    • Economic exploitation by the colonial rule became one of the major critiques of the Indian freedom struggle.
    • It became the dominant argument that colonial regime is hindering the further development of India.
    • The colonial rule was regarded as an exploitative force creating and perpetuating a backward economy.
    • The colonial rule became illegitimate due to exploitation, drain of national wealth, destruction of productive system and creating backward economy.
  • The resolution of Congress party in May 1929 stated that ′ in order to remove the poverty and misery of the…

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