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   Resolutions were passed by the Welfare Party of India in its Federal Working Committee held in Bangalore on 29th & 30th June, 2019. 
Resolutions were passed by the Welfare Party of India in its Federal...


The following Resolutions were passed by the Welfare Party of India in its Federal Working Committee held in Bangalore on 29th & 30th June, 2019. 

 

Welfare party of India in principle opposed the idea of 'One Nation, One Election' and said it is against the Federal structure of our country.
It observed that in the world's largest democracy like India, the existing form of elections gives the voters ample time to evaluate the performance of the political parties elected at different elections held at different time, whether parliament or assembly elections.
It opined that the proposed 'One Nation One Election' may pave way to presidential form of election which is neither suitable nor diserable to our country. The party observed that this form of election may  adversely affect the regional parties and lastly it added that it cannot be brought about without constitutional amendments.
The Citizenship Bill
Welfare Party of India strongly opposed  the implementation of the Citizenship Bill and said it is against the federal structure of the country.
The party pointed out that it is against the constitutional ethos of  equality and fraternity  and promotes polarising and dividing the citizens on religious grounds and will be misused as a tool of harassment. 
National Register of Citizens 
Welfare Party of India expressed deep anguish over the National  Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam which leaves lakhs of citizens especially Muslims as illegal immigrants and called it discriminatory and needs to be shunned. Denying citizenship to the citizens is a gross violation of human rights.
The party pointed out that the entire procedure of the tribunal in respect to NRC is shoddy and biased.
Minorities Protection  Act.
Welfare Party of India strongly appealed the government at the centre  to introduce  'Minorities Protection Bill' in the parliament at par with the existing SC/ST Atrocities Act to curb the growing atrocities, intolerance  and discrimination against the Muslim Citizens. 
The lynching Incidents
Welfare  Party of India criticised  the alarming increase in the rate of lynching incidents of Muslims and opined that the hatred spurred by the Sanghists/ cow vigilants  as behind these incidents. The  party expressed concern over the growing lawlessness and impunity in the country. The  Welfare Party of India demanded severe punishment which can act as deterrent. It demanded that  the government should  bring out a white paper on all the lynching incidents since 2014.
The party also demanded that an anti lynching legislation to be enacted in the parliament and compensation be provided to the families of the victims.
National Education Policy
Welfare Party of India appealed the Ministry of Human Resource and Development, Government of India who sought suggestions to the Draft on the National  Educational Policy, 2019  put forth in public domain, to be made available in different languages and to extend its last date of submission, so as to engage larger sections of the society to participate in the policy making which is the integral part of our democracy. 
Welfare Party of India further demanded that education should be easily accessible and affordable to all.It strongly condemned the commercialisation and privatisation of education and the entry of corporates in this arena.

 

One Nation One Election


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