Democracy is a political government conceded out either directly by the people or by means of elected representatives of the people. The term is derived from the Greek word (demokratia)-rule of the people. There are two principles that any description of democracy includes; freedom and equality. Both principles are reflected in all citizens being equivalent before the law, and having the same access to power, and the freedom of its citizens is protected by legitimized rights, and liberties which are by and large sheltered by a constitution.
Democracy is merely a name, and the rulers utilize all power through police, courts and through jails. We get only those rights which these rulers give us and nothing more. This so called democracy, fundamental rights, masters and public servants are just in books, and are never brought in reality. We have to admit that democracy which at hand in all countries could be called as a government of a few, by a few and for a few. The common people should try to live like slaves as they had been under the imperialists. We must accept the fact that democracy has not been properly defined. It is not government of the people, as set of people has taken up politics as their professions, and they are called as the rulers. When a government is created after election, government is not by the people, because these ruling people are not from amongst the people.
We are merely, simply voters who are called once in six years, and we are directed to cast votes in favor of the candidates who have been permitted to stand as candidates. Once we cast vote, our work is finished, and we are pushed back to suffer for another term of six years. The people who form government never work for the benefit of the people of the country nor are they dedicated. That is why most of the democracies in the world, the people who are in the positions are not working as public servants, and they never let the people to turn as masters of the country.