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We say INDIA is one, "Unity in Diversity", We are INDIANS, etc. etc. Then why Maharashtra Government is bringing different Rules at its will and wish from time to time - nobody paying anybody anything free (reference is made to New TAXI Rules)?

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Asked by Sridhar, 20 Jan '10 06:39 pm
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Those lines of great speech is only for books and records , but the true fact is every one is divided , ego and hatred is most present and people are becoming more and more intolerant and above all dirty politicians play dirty games to stay afloat with power and money
Answered by atoz, 20 Jan '10 06:45 pm

 
  
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I am also not agree with what rule they start for taxi driver license. It is just example of bad politics. now question is for new license, if they just start to check exisiting driver license as per new rule, then only god knows what happend of mumbai.
Answered by Ranjit Singh Pannu, 20 Jan '10 06:44 pm

 
  
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Constitutional rights of an Indian citizen are assured and laws are made accordingly. This cannot be violated by any State Government in Indian Union and so far it is maintained. However, State Government under its own State Policies is empowered to frame out laws, uninfringing the constiutional rights, for the benefits of the people in that particular State. These laws are made within the purview of constituional rules, otherwise arbitrary rules of any State Goverment is questioned in the Court of Law of this land. India is one and and is united in diversities but that is the beauty of our federal republic but that does not withhold a state government to enact a law to its interest but within the frame work of the constiution. Not only Maharastra, all other states in India have their own peculiar rules which seem to be unconstitutional, because often these are stratagetical, e.g. Arunachal Pradesh, Kashmir, Madhya Pradesh ( where conversion is baned legally, whereas all Indians have r ...more
Answered by vini joseph, 20 Jan '10 07:20 pm

 
  
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Coz disruptive elements will always be there
Answered by paresh ghoshal, 20 Jan '10 07:08 pm

 
  
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