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Shorthand Dictation 80 Words per minute with outline, 10 Minutes Test 18

18For two days the nation remained virtually glued to the television watching the live telecast of the proceedings in the Lok Sabha on the Vajpayee govt. motion of confidence. Transparency in functioning and providing he people a sense of participation are important features of a vibrant democracy. The people of India had an excellent opportunity to see the caliber and behaviors of their representatives in parliament. The undue and unbecoming display of lung power from both sides of the House gravely marred the proceedings and was which is the temple of democracy. However, the performance of Atal Behri Vajpayee was in a class by itself and he stood head and shoulders above all his opponents.

            The moot question was whether the Bharatiya Janata Party had the people’s mandate. ‘The Bharatiya Janata party’s cast was that even thought it had failed to attain an absolute majority it had a better mandate than any other party in the house. M<mercifully, unlike the unpardonable disrespect shown by some of the UF leaders to the president for inviting the B.J.P, no one during the debate in course there can be conflicting views on the propriety of the B.J.P. accepting the invitation when it did not have the required majority in the House, The opposition repeatedly raised the puerile argument of percentage of votes polled in the election-80 per cent in its favor and only 20 percent in the support of the B.J.P. In a parliament and not the percentage of votes polled. On the basis of percentage of votes every single govt. since independence has been a minority govt. The irrelevance of the percentage quoted by the opposition was compounded by the fact that the election was not fought on the basis of B.J.P. versus the rest. It defies logic to total all the votes of mutually clashing political parties and covert all non B.J.P. political parties and covert all votes!

 181           The point regarding whether or not the B.J.P. should have accepted the invitation without first ensuring that it has the required majority, can be at the end of the month its moral responsibility to try for a consensus and provide political stability. The fact that the regional parties in the past had differences with both the congress and the B.J.P but not with roused hopes of their cooperating Legitimate and laudable efforts made to get their support proved a failure on the grounds of the bogey of secularism.

            The real reason perhaps was the desire of these parties for greater benefits for themselves which could be extracted from a weak conglomeration of parties than from a strong and numerically dominant party. Be that as it may, the fact remains that the B.J.P. perhaps counted its chickens before they were thatched and this brought about the fall of its govt. in parliament.

Secularism was made out to be the core issue uniting a motley group of mutually posed parties ranged against the B.J.P. Unfortunately none of the self styles secularists have shown real respect for this philosophy  have a place of honor in the national mainstream. On the basis of percentage of votes every single govt. since independence has been a minority govt. The irrelevance of the percentage quoted by the opposition was compounded by the fact that the election was not fought on the basis of B.J.P. versus the rest. It defies logic to total all the votes of mutually clashing political parties and covert all non B.J.P. political parties and covert all casts.

            The point regarding whether or not the B.J.P. should have accepted the invitation without first ensuring that it has the required majority, can be at the end of the month its moral responsibility to try for a consensus and provide political stability. The fact that the regional parties in the past had differences with both the congress and the B.J.P but not with roused hopes of their cooperating Legitimate and laudable efforts made to get their support proved a failure on the grounds of the bogey of secularism. A greater secular democrat that he was Nehru went all out to ensure that there was no discrimination against the Muslims and ensuring that they have a place of honor in the national mainstream.

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