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Shorthand Dictation “Virtual Bill” 80 Words per minute with outline, 5 Minute Test 2

 

 

 

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Sir, the hon. Minister in charge of the Bill has made it quite clear that / this Bill is virtually an integration of two other enactments that existed before. There has // not been any basic departure from the policy laid down by his predecessors and as /// such this Bill cannot offer any substantial remedy. Now the tea industry is a (1) very important industry from whatever angle you may judge it. If you look at our / export trade, this accounts for a large part of our foreign earning. If you look at // our labour, from the point of view of our national health, it also accounts for a substantial (2) portion of our national wealth. Now , tea industry, as has been pointed out by the / previous speaker here, is under the domination of the British and this fact has also // been accepted by my hon. Friend on the other side of the House who just /// finished his speech.

Now, one has to follow the logic of one’s argument. The tea (3) industry has been deliberately kept in the hands of the British and they have not/ shown any intention whatsoever to help the Indian interests. You know it very well that // here we have Indian interests on the hand and the British interests on the /// other. The Point about such interests should not be dismissed in that cynical fashion in (4) which it has been dispensed with by the hon. Minister.

Now at times we find/ he becomes somewhat eloquent in speeches and uses certain bitter terms against the British. It// may be necessary for a Minister to do so because after all one has to/// return to the House of People and the tenure is only 5 years and one (5) years is gone already. But we would like the hon. Minister also to balance his / words by some action. After all an ounce of action is better than a ton// of praises and speeches. It has been given to him to change certain things. He /// said that he did not suffer from want of power. He has plenty of power. (6/360 words)

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