e-governance is a complex system that needs to be handled with special care. It impacts the democracy of a country to a greater extent. Druke (2007) has insisted that it is important to insist accountability among the public servants so they deliver the right quality of service to the public. This also improves the legitimacy on the government. Good governance also needs a proper range of social services that encourage public participation in the political reforms or programs conducted by the government. High accountability encourages a larger citizen base to get engaged in rightful actions. When the governance is able to create subsidiary structures to fulfill the task and develop coherent policy to bring about the reform, it is undoubtedly easier to improve effectiveness of e-democracy. Further, the property rights need to be clearly conveyed to the citizens along with a reliable interaction methodology and consulting people with their queries as and when needed. Druke (2007) also feels that an accountable government is likely to create better policies that can bring about a developed e-democratic system.