We all know that there is nothing in this world which we can call perfect. The world is full of imperfections. Honestly admitting, one such big imperfection is the Constitution of India. We are fighting intolerance these days, not realizing that there are some non-acceptable things in our very own Constitution that we have got used to tolerating for no good reason. Why can’t our legal system change? People are being put in prison for things falsely, and people are not being put in prison for things they should be. Falsely putting someone in jail results in a criminal record, which is unjustifiable. At least in places like Canada, they have pardons to release them of their criminal record to go about normal life, which they can access at Pardons in Canada, but I doubt people are being imprisoned for the most ridiculous things like they are here! When will we get justice?
KHURKI brings you the things that must be changed in the Constitution…
The fault in our legal system and the helpless criminal law followed by the police is why we have not been able to get this incorporated in our system. People who bear the burden of karma like paraplegics or patients of terminal ailments should have the right to terminate their lives. It is different from suicide. Countries like Belgium, Germany, Colombia, Luxembourg, Japan, Albania have already legalized Euthanasia.
Would it be a known taboo of the country or an open secret of our country? Cannabis also has medicinal values and can be used to treat health problems. Yes, it produces waste, but people like GAIACA have found ways to dispose of it. The benefits this item could bring to us cannot be understated. In the US, many of the states are legalizing cannabis for medical purposes for which there are many dispensaries selling products – Click here to see one such dispensary in Michigan. Only if the government understands its importance and educate the people of the nation about the uses and limitations… If only they could understand it! Then people would be easily able to purchase cannabis and use it to help them deal with any problems they might have.
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Once married, a woman is bound to have sex with her husband and vice versa. Why is it a mandatory factor? Why is marital rape still beyond the intelligence of the lawmakers of our country? Why do they ignore the voice of a rape victim just because she has been abused by her own husband?
Making a clean criminal record/minimum level of education mandatory for politicians
You don’t qualify for a government job in the country if you have a criminal record. But yeah, you can run the government sectors by becoming a politician and frame policies even from the precincts of a jail.
Well, to a large extent our parents decide whom we will marry. And our government decides what gender we will marry! Certainly, you feel like demanding a logical explanation behind this high level of involvement of government in your personal preferences.
We live in a country where 83% of children of the National capital are victims of child abuse. And in maximum cases, the culprit is someone very close to the family. So for this psychotic level of sexual need in our country, prostitution should definitely be legalized so that the innocent kids of the country are spared.
Protecting child labour
Thousands of crores are being spent on schemes for the welfare of children, but all efforts seems to be going waste. As all you see on the streets is children begging, polishing shoes, collecting waste, cleaning. Aren’t these signs that we fail with our policies worth crores.
Stricter and time-bound law imposition: Justice delayed is justice denied
Who can forget the iconic dialogue from Anil Kapoor’s Nayak “ek aurat ka rape case, jab uska number aya toh usey marey hue 5 saal ho chuke they”. Aruna Shanbaug’s case is a slap on the face of the lady of justice.
Juvenile crime law
You are ready to vote, but not old enough to commit a heinous crime like rape. But in case you have committed the crime, the government has a sewing machine and Rs 10,000 for your future.