How did the ‘Nation-State’ survive the social evolution till date? Why did not a ‘religious-state’, ‘ethnic-state’ or ‘laissez-faire market-state’ or any other form of State? How intentional and deliberate was the process of installation of the concept of Nation-State? Social philosophers and political theorists have taken turns on this question and presented innumerable logic of political battles, suppressions, oppressions, race for resources and have come up with great theories of war and peace with identifiable heroes and villains.
The issue is as brief as this: ‘Who’ is more inherently corrupted? The law which allows a prisoner (need not be a criminal) also to compete in election or the people who vote to elect a criminal (need not be charge sheeted) as their leader. Nithin Ramakrishnan and Adv. Kanmani K S, address the issue.