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Full And Equal Membership Of A Country (In Hindi)
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In this lesson, we talk about what it means to have a full and equal membership of a country. We also talk about the rights of Migrant labour in India, as well as the Street Vendor's Act of 2014

Lavanya Kapoor
Pursuing B.El.Ed from DU. Happy reader! Occasional gyaani :)

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????????????????????...thank youuuuuu very much for this........
Yes Absolutely Asmita! I'll be posting more lessons everyday
mam please complete this course....
mam , Aadhar card is only for Indian citizen ?
Lavanya Kapoor
a year ago
Correction- anyone who has resided in India for a period of more than 182 days is eligible to apply for AADHAR
mam ,article 370 or 35 A ?
Lavanya Kapoor
a year ago
Article 35A That is a correction I have to make Thank you Prince, for reminding :)
  1. Full and Equal Membership

  2. ABOUT ME &Lavanya Kapoor pursuing Bachelors of Elementary Education from LSR Delhi University Love to talk to people and know more about themlN PERSON &Have a passion for teaching currently quite averse to social media Follow me on Unacademy

  3. Exclusive citizenship When you are a citizen of a country, you have some exclusive rights regarding that country The right to have a passport, and other identity proofs fall under these exclusive rights A person cannot have the citizenship of more than one country. This is illegal

  4. On The Run, How Nirav Modi Travelled On Multiple Passports

  5. The state's obligation However, there is an obligation on the part of the state towards its citizens We all know that there is shortage of resources in every country- food, water, jobs, medical care, land etc. So, the country has to keep its citizens on priority while distributing these resources That is why all forms of Government exams have a necessary condition- should be a citizen of India

  6. International patients get priority in cadaver transplants, bypassing long list of Indians An organ transplant racket has surfaced in Tamil Nadu. Officials of the Union Ministry of Health & Family Welfare have found that hearts harvested from brain-dead patients were given to foreign nationals, bypassing Indian patients on the waiting list. In 2017, foreigners got about 25% of all heart transplants in the State and 33% of lung transplants

  7. Inter-state dispute:s There are a lot of disputes happening within the states as well, for a lot of reasons All the people of these states are Indian citizens. Still, they have major disputes over various issues

  8. Eg. Article 370 does not permit outsiders to purchase land and property in Jammu and Kashmir In the Nicobar islands, outsiders are not allowed to visit the RESTRICTED PLACES, so that the tribal population does not feel threatened

  9. e So, do we actually have equal rights?

  10. The issue of internal migration We might feel that people who come from the other states are Internal Migration is a debatable issue in today's times taking the opportunities meant for the residents of the state

  11. The students of Delhi are asking for reservation in the Delhi University against other states However, they have not been able to get it, since Delhi university is a centralized university. This means that it gets funding from the Central University So, every state has equal rights on the University On the other hand, State universities have reservation or Delhi University (IP university and Ambedkar University)

  12. People working in the IT sector migrate to Bangalore, Hyderabad and Delhi People looking for labour work end up coming to big cities like Delhi and Mumbai Many of the street vendors and hawkers that we see around us are migrants

  13. Contents of the Street Vendors Act, 2014 Issuing certificated to street vendors above 14 years of age The rights of the vendors were protected, along with giving certain conditions to them to follow A Town Vending Committee was set up which saw over the vendors of the area

  14. Thank You!