Will any Caste/Religion majority people misuse the power of Right To Recall ?

This is the very common question we get always that people who are more in no. can misuse the power of Right To Recall (RTR) like they will make CM or any other Govt. post according to their religion/caste and further make their own states etc.

Well,except in Kashmir and one or two districts ,there is no majority of particular religion/caste.

For that we have two safeguard clauses in RTR etc procedures at district and state level.

Safeguard clauses against possible caste / religion or any other bias factor-

Quoting here those two clauses as applied for RTR…-District police commissioner (chapter 22 of www.righttorecall.info/301.pdf)-

“With approval of over 51% of ALL citizen voters in the State,the CM “can suspend this law for a district for 4 years and appoint District Police Chief in that District as per his discretion.

With approval of over 51% of ALL citizen voters in India,the PM can suspend this law for a State for 4 years and appoint District Police Chief in all districts in that State as per his discretion.”

=======

As for the Kashmir problem,that can be solved only by democratic procedures like Transparent Complaint Procedure (TCP),etc. Please see the proposals for solving Kashmir problem in chapter 34 of www.righttorecall.info/301.pdf

There is ONLY one state with communal problem —Jammu and Kashmir. Now existing Constitution has art-356 which enables Central Govt to suspend CM and take over State Govt. And using RTI2 at National level,citizens can abolish art-370 and …thus mainland population will be able to move into JK and settle down,and create industries and employment for all Kashmiries. With 2-3 years,population of secessionists will be way below 30% and so secessionism will go away

 

Lastly,all biases are more liable to be misused in the abscence of the democratic rights rather than in the presence of democratic procedure and these procedures reduce misuse of biases.

 

Example,If a CM is of a particular caste or religion,today there is nothing to stop that CM from favouring persons of his caste/religion but if RTR procedures and Transparent Complaint Procedures are in place,the other castes/religions can come together via these procedures and oppose the casteist /religion favours of the CM and replace/punish that CM if need be in extreme cases.

 

Another Example,As of today all temples are under government control and their donation money is being misused by Sonia etc to build Churches.

If the people had democratic procedures,this would not have happened.

=====

Caste Bias-

The census data is gathered by lakhs of class-4,class-3 govt employee and then tabulated by Talatai/Patwari level officers. There are 100,000 Talaties in India. Above Talati level,data is just added to make aggrerate numbers…. So only way to get wrong % is either to force lakhs of data gathering officers or bluntly change the data after it is gathered. Indian administration is open enough —i.e. all parties have their men at all points —that such open rigging will get detected.

=========

There is NOT even one district in India,where a caste is more than 50%. Please name any. The most numerous caste in Maharashtra is Maratha,but there are several sub-caste level divisions,and no constituency has 50% Maratha. So RTR will reduce casteism. How? Say a constituency has 40% voters of one caste and officer is that from that caste. Then he will see that if he practices casteism beyond a point,then other 60% will gang up against him and appoint some other person in 30 days.

Besides,please read the drafts we have wrote. In each district level draft,the people of State can override. So by chance if one caste in a district resorts to rampant injustice,then people in rest of the state will not remain idle. They will split that district and merge with near by districts so that population goes below 30%.

Leave a Reply

  

  

  

You can use these HTML tags

<a href=""title=""><abbr title=""><acronym title=""><b><blockquote cite=""><cite><code><del datetime=""><em><i><q cite=""><strike><strong>