A Different Me On This Post !!

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      1. I think, I have just written a post , the greatness is been added by you and all fellow bloggers… Because it’s only with all your support things can be changed!!
        :):):):)

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  1. I really like your post Beparvah and the perspectives on begging in India. Unfortunately, begging is found everywhere, even here in Canada small towns and large cities. I also feel sad when I see these people and wonder how they got there, what kind of life they had before. Very interesting you quoted an opinion from the Supreme Court of Canada! What type of law do you practice?

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    1. In India, there is a current debate going on this issue into two aspects…
      One, whether laws that makes begging a criminal act be abolished as it’s against basic rights in its essence..;
      Secondly, through government institutions and based on the principles of welfare governance so that poverty could be taken care of…
      Politicisation of this issue is p perhaps today the big problem… Am targeting this aspect per se…

      Thank you .. Am glad you liked it..
      🙂 🙂

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      1. I will certainly….
        Loads of things around … Some are good, some are bad, and some are in between, we need to write and create an ambience of healthy discussions so that we can connect to people to contribute at least something!!

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  2. When I was young I would give money to roadside beggars. But later I got to know that they operate in groups. They’re aren’t the needy. They’re addicted to begging. If someone wants to perform a good deed then better give your money to charity. If you don’t have the time to visit a charity then just make an online payment at the comfort of your home. Giving brings joy. But giving to a wrong person may bring harm. People need to educated on this issue. Inspite begging being a banned thing in India, the roadside beggars beg shamelessly in the presence of policemen!

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