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Fwd: Re: Mr. Sabhlok has no business promoting secession

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---Suresh Anand <anu@wlink.net> wrote:

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> I sincerely believe this type of comments reflect
upon our closed minds. In
> a free and vibrant democracy secession has to be
allowed for. If two third
> or greater majority of a particular region wants
secession, why should the
> nation forcibly hold on to them?
> I am not 100% sure of the facts but i believe such
provisions for secession
> are contained in the constitutions of major
democracies such as USA, Canada
> and Australia. Perhaps Sanjeev (condition of his
hands permitting) or some
> one else can provide factual information.
> suresh

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