Media or Press is considered as the fourth pillar of democracy. After, legislative, executive and judiciary, Press is the only strongest pillar of the democracy. In case the work is done with complete honesty, impartiality and fearlessly, then journalism is also a sacred and pious profession like doctor's and teacher's, in which one can earn bread and butter besides serving the humanity and country.
In the last 8 years, there has been an unusual rise in the funds of almost all major political parties during, but the rising burden on a common mans shoulder on account of skyrocketing prices of essential commodities have also been witnessed. The poor state of the national economy does not seem to have affected the financial health of the political parties.
Aam Aadmi Party have decided to contest the Lok Sabha elections on the issue of Jan Lokpal and Swaraj issues. Satnam Pal Kamboj, a candidate of AAP from Ferozepur said that till the time Jan Lokpal is not implemented properly, it is very difficult to eradicate corruption from the system.
After "Not of The Above (NOTA)", the next campaign will be for introduction of "Right To Reject" (RTR) and with its introduction, the circumstances will automatically change, claimed Anna Hazare, the anti-corruption crusader while sitting on a fast at Hussainiwal in Punjab, after paying floral tributes to martyrs- Shaheed Bhagat Singh, Rajguru, Sukhdev, B.K. Dutt and Punjab Mata.