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RE: apology needed from Mr Vajpayee for betraying his Oath of Office



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prabhu.guptara@ubs.com wrote on Friday December 15, 2000 at  7:18am:

>The apology relates to a matter which has resulted in his betraying
the 
>Constitution of India which he swore to uphold when he took the
office of
>Prime 
>Minister.  Like every other citizen he can follow due process of law
in
>seeking 
>to change the Constitution, but if he violates the Constitution or
any other 
>law, he should suffer the penalty for it


Dear prabhu,

the constitution of india also endorses socialism, so should all
reformers be forced to apologise for "betraying the consstitution" ?

Times change and laws have to change with them. There are only a few
universal principles, - respect for all individuals and non-aggression
which have to be insituted. Our laws are different for different
religions, what a joke !!

Muslim men can have 4 wives, muslim women can have only one husband -
secular, you say ?

Christian women have to satisfy some Draconian conditions to get a
divorce from a person who is probably abusing them - secular, you say
?

Shrinking communities like parsis are also forced to have lesser
number of children by policies which intend to deny them ration cards,
and god knows what in the future because of the official,
socialistic-nihilistic policy of birth-control - secular, you say ?

Hindus will be forced to let in non-believers in their temples -
violating the right of association - secular, you say ?

the constituion is not perfect. It is nowhere near the ideal.

The people who voice opinions contrary to the climate of politicla
correctness should not be shut out. They are the only ones who will
bring in change later. and change is what  keeps a society alive.

regards
c.prakash


>
>Given Indian realities, it is extremely unlikely that he will be
impeached
>(as 
>he should be) but he should be forced at least to offer an apology.
>
>prabhu guptara
>
>PRESIDENT INTERVENTION SOUGHT:
>The All India Babri Masjid Re-building Committee (AIBMRC) demanded a
public
>apology from the Prime Minister, Mr. Atal Behari Vajpayee, for his
>statement on Ram temple and dismissal of charge-sheeted Union
Ministers, L
>K Advani, Mr. Murli Manohar Joshi and Ms. Uma Bharti, in the Babri
Masjid
>demolition case. Seeking the President, Mr. K R Narayanan's
intervention in
>the matter, the AIBMRC in a letter requested him to refer all the
disputes
>of Babri Masjid - Ram Janmabhoomi to the Supreme Court under Article
138-B
>of the Constitution for a final, time bound and binding decision.
(HINDU,
>14 Dec.)
>
>
>
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