All ministers should have a minimum qualified degree from an approved university

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Currently, the political setup in INDIA is that even a person who have never crossed the gates of school can become a minister in a state. This situation must change. Many of these uneducated people are babbling and acting in manner not fit for their position. Even though some of them have the best interests of general public at heart, most don't. Political parties distribute minister seats in exchange for vote banks and promise of Power. Also most political parties make offers before election and conveniently forget them later. This should be considered a breach of contract, and should invoke a relelection whose expenses should be borne by concerned party.

In case a candidate selected for a minister post fails to meet the minimum educational qualification, the opposition party can nominate an advisor (of required educational and social qualification) who will benefit equivalent post of personal assistant, and his signature must also be present alongside the minister's. 

The candidates for minister must not have any standing police warrants or is under investigation. If such a case is pending, until the investigation is completed by central authority, he may not assume the position. In such cases a candidate must be nominated from the opposition party, as this will favour quicker investigation. 

And last of all, all ministers must behave in a manner suited to public appeal. Any one behaving otherwise should immediately be removed from position until a public apology followed with an acceptable response



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