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rambabu
Perandor
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7 years ago
anil wrote:
rambabu wrote:

With all said and done in view of the Present political scenario and the frequent incidents of firing killing many Indians living in Border states, reunification of India and Pakistan remains as a pipe dream.

Yes peoples are killing is J&K in firing by Pakistan. Cordial relation is in best interest on both countries. But Pakistan army never would it. 

The very formation of Pakistan is based on the grounds of hatred towards anything and everything related to India. Additionally, the rulers of Pakistan, ever-since, it was born are non believers in democracy and democratic rule.

This reality should be borne in the minds of those who profess Unification that their belief is nothing short of a pipe dream.

Hence unification is impossible and undesirable.

 

 

 

 

7 years ago

The proposal of unification of India and Pakistan is for those people who wish India to follow the present policy of fake secularism in which certain political parties wish to follow the appeasement of muslims for the sake of the votes. As we have declared secularism, we must treat everyone at par, rather in our administrative policies, we must not ensure any kind of special facility to any one on the basis of his religion. No religion asks for its followers to remain backward by keeping away from education or technical advancements, or encroaching upon the rights of others. The geographical neighours can not be substituted but their attitude will have to be changed/adjusted but for that we have to set our home right. We have to admit that in national interests our political parties do not speak in one tone. If we  wish for development of all, we need to ensure uniform policies for all at par. If we can not do it, why did we accept the partition in 1947? Thanks to all for the kind opinions.

 

rambabu
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7 years ago

I agree with you. Our policies are not uniform and they are partisan in nature. There is a great divide between rich and the poor.  People are segregated according to the castes. This is Divide and rule which will not be in tune with the very policy of " Democracy"

usha manohar
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7 years ago

 If we  wish for development of all, we need to ensure uniform policies for all at par. If we can not do it, why did we accept the partition in 1947?

 

When we got Independence in 1947, things were far different and I doubt if anyone could look ahead and see the future developments at that time.Partition was an outcome of many different aspects and in a way it was a good thing because of the simmering discontent that was there. But I am all for a uniform civil code which would definitely help all communities but our psudo secular parties will find a way to find fault with it..


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Gulshan Kumar Ajmani
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7 years ago

Unification of India, Pakistan and Bangladeshis a good idea.  Butunificationcannot be on basis of Hindu Rashtraor Islamik state. If religion could be basis of nation, Bangladesh would not come in existence. Raligion is notonly basis of nation. Language, etnic entity, cultural differencesall matter. There can be unity only when diversity is respected.  Itis funny to get the suggestionthat thereshould be same law for all. Criminal and civil law is already same. It is only personal law relating to marriage and succession that is different for Hindus, Musloms and Christians. Even Hindus don't have uniform personallaw. There is Dayabhag in Bengal and Assam whereas Mitakshara prevails in rest of country. Besidesmany tribes have different personal law.  Although unification is not feasible, it may be practicable for the time being to form a Federatioin of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. SARC organization could be considered a step in this direction.  Complete unification may also be possiblein distant future. 


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