Ghazipur Charter

05/03/2009 at 10:47 टिप्पणी करे

Ghazipur Charter:

  1. The Constitution must be fully implemented
  2. The Right to Free and Compulsory Education for children (Art. 45) as promised in the Constitution must be implemented
  3. The Zamindari System must be fully abolished and the Land Ceiling Act must be implemented
  4. There must be an end to the caste system through the implementation of Abolition of Untouchability Act
  5. Government programs must be implemented effectively without any scope for corruption
  6. Public education on the Domestic Violence Act 2005 must be prioritized
  7. Men and Women should be paid equal wages
  8. Land should not be owned only by men, instead the joint ownership of land by men and women should be implemented
  9. Bank accounts must also be jointly operated by men and women
  10. Liquor shops should not be located near Dalit communities and the sale of liquor must be banned.



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