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Postings not related to the writing of the Manifesto or policy chapters
are likely to be summarily rejected. Thanks for your understanding. IPI
Those who are argueing for secession may be  right in their
arguements but the circumstances of application are wrong.

One gentleman's opinion goes like this :" To the best of my
knowledge, all developed nations such as USA Canada Australia etc
permit secession if such is the will of at least two-thirds
majority. "

As you ought to be able to see, what is good for developed countries
is not good for under-developed countries. This is akin to trying to
copy Uncle which one simply can not do.

America went to War over this principle, to refuse secession. If
they have changed now it is because, it "suits" them now not because
it is right in principle.

When we have reached the same standard of economic development, NO
ONE in the Indian Union would want to secede and it will be all
right for us to then possibly change the rules etc. and make
secession feasible. For the present, it is the best way of chopping
our limbs off.

One has to be oneself and not try to copy  other developed nations
or Joneses or any other    .


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