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India has elections conducted at 3 levels - central, state and local. We follow the Westminster system modeled from England. The central and state governments are elected every 5 years. The elections are quite similar to how your school elections happen. Different people register to be contestants after paying a fee. On the election day everyone from that locality votes. The person winning the most votes wins the election.
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Elections form the backbone of democracy wherein people elect theirpolitical representatives and decide the composition of the government. Holding free and fair elections on a state and national level is integral toupholding the principles of democratic set up in India. From parliamentary elections to the presidential polls, India goes throughthe electoral process at regular intervals. etc.