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The Minorities Male Leadership Must Do Introspection
Muslim MPs tell TCN why they oppose women quota bill

http://twocircles.net/2010mar16/muslim_mps_tell_tcn_why_they_oppose_women_quota_bill.html

   
Hyderabad Urdu editors on Urdu press, Muslim problems
 
  Mainstreamí Media, they did it once again   What educated Muslim women say about women quota bill?

Submitted by Balbir Singh Sooch, Advocate, Ludhiana (not verified) on 20 March 2010 - 10:15am.

Let First the Womenís Quota Bill Pass, The Flaws Could Be Rectified In Need!
By Balbir Singh Sooch


It would also be sensible to add that a woman will be allowed to avail of a reserved seat only one time. Thereafter she will contest from a general seat. (Similar should be the provision for menís Quota).


But, there would always be a race of madness for women so availing reserved seat once, to qualify themselves by all means, financially etc for general seats next time to come in the field. Isnít?


We should not forget that the crimes by enacting laws could only be minimized or reduced to some extent, but can not be stopped or eliminated for once for all and that never to occur again. Similar is the case with the flaws in womenís quota Bill.


Under the given circumstances and situation in the country, the Womenís Quota Bill has to be accepted and considered only in the present form as one of the measures of reforms over the past system. And, it was also being rightly said, ďIn addition, we also propose electoral reform measures that will make our political parties more accountable, transparent and democratic in their inner functioning.Ē

The electoral reform measures shall also include as one of the measures of rectification or a reform in the flaws in need in the womenís quota Bill.

Donít you all find and feel it more convincing and reasonable in the present situation?
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Submitted by An Indian (not verified) on 19 March 2010 - 5:29am.

I agree with Mr. Balbir Singh Sooch's comments on Muslim MP's attitude.

As I see, read, and follow - Muslim MP's are "show-case" politicians, benefiting themselves APING Indian Politicians; and are busy building their own PALACES over "sweat" and "blood" of innocent Indian voters.

It is a well known fact, that Mr. Asaduddin Owaisi's father Late Salahuddin Owaisi, pocketed Rs. TWO CRORES from Kaangress, following demolition of a HISTORICAL STRUCTURE in 1992. This was just to "keep-shut", from giving a public-statement AGAINST DEMOLITION.

That's the status of POLITICIANS' HONESTY in Kal-Yug India, and that's the reason - there were no riots in Hyderabad, following destruction of Babri-Masjid.

An Indian

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Submitted by Balbir Singh Sooch, Advocate, Ludhiana (not verified) on 18 March 2010 - 8:01pm.

Think and speak:Updated

The Minorities Male Leadership Must Do Introspection,
Before Criticising The Womenís Quota Bill


Before criticising the Womenís Quota Bill, the minorities male leadership must do introspection as to how they were brought, planted and projected in the Indian political system and why whom and what was their role remained so far in uplifting their communities in all fields including brining the political awareness?

They may hear their inner voice of silent repentance provided they are slightly true to their conscientiousness and or religion in any manner. They are likely to utter automatically: Shame! Shame! Shame!

The time may come; they as leaders will be remembered by only adding all bad adjectives of any dictionary as prefix to their name in the history.

By Balbir Singh Sooch, Advocate, Ludhiana
March 18, 2010
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