After returning to power, with the vision of a ‘New India’, the Modi government has included the ‘one nation, one election’ proposal in its primary agendas. Instead of paying attention to the severe issues like unemployment, poverty, communal polarisation and diseases, the government decided to raise the ‘one nation, one election’ issue in the first all-party meeting it had called. It would have been a different story if the agenda would have been about overall election reforms. What is the government trying to do? Should we anticipate changes in the basic premise and the framework of the Constitution? Senior journalist Urmilesh explains.