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Shorthand Dictation 80 Words per minute “ This is indeed a historic day” , Test 5 Minutes with 5 Minutes Audio Dictation, Shorthand Outline and Text Matter. Test 5

 

 

 

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Sir, this is indeed a historic day, especially for the Sikh community and I think maybe for this House were / probably,dic 5 for the first time, we will all be standing on the same side of the fence. Well I / have always fought battles for our rights, I am very happy to see that after many years and after a / long and hard battle, today, for the first time, a bill has been introduced which concerns the Sikh community. It  /  has been a long-standing grievance of the Sikhs that were during the British period the Sikhs were given a (100) separate identity and recognised as a separate religion, but in 1951 when the new Constitution was adopted, our identity was / totally abolished and we were put as a part of the Hindu Dharma. This is a total injustice to the / community that put up a brave and strong battle for the freedom of this country.

Be it Kalapani, be /  it the hanging of the Indians by the British, or those who had been shot by the British, / over 70 per cent contribution was made by this great community who could never have thought that when it comes (200) to getting their rights- every community, be it the Hindus; be it the Muslims; be it the Christians; be it / the Parsis; be it the Jews, every religion would be given this right of having their marriages registered under their / own Act, except for that one strong and brave community who had put up the biggest struggle and the biggest /  fight to get freedom for this nation. So, with a heavy heart I have to tell that whereas the Sikh / community which is a total separate religion having a total separate identity followed their own customs and ceremonies because this (300) is a religion which has been laid down by the Great Guru Govind Singhji in 1699 AD.

For us this / was not a political issue but an extremely religious and emotional issue that we should be given our own identity /  and our marriages should be registered through our own Act. It is because three million Sikhs living abroad, whenever they / went abroad they were asked to show their marriage certificates. The Marriages were registered under the Hindu Marriage Act. So, / we could not explain and there was a huge identity crisis as to why we wear a turban. When we (400) would tell them that this is a separate religion, they would say that no we were a part of the / Hindu religion. So, It was not just emotional issue.

 

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