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Kazi Syed Karimuddin

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9.139.141
Another thing which has been pointed out by the honourable Member from Jubbalpore is that to make the present form of Hindi, both spoken and written, intelligible an interpreter would be needed. If Sir Sapru were living today, he would have repeated what he had once remarked that if Hindi-wallahs continued to trudge on this path the day is not ...
9.139.138
: Clause (1) says that the script, shall be 'Devanagri'. In U. P. there are thousands of Muslim government employees who are conversant with Urdu only; so, if you make Devanagri as the national language then it would not be possible for them to remain in service. Unless you give them ten years time to learn, they would not be able to learn Hind...

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9.118.112
     On the preliminary speech made at the time of moving this motion and at the time or consideration of this motion the honourable Member did not state at all why there is an occasion for holding election in West Bengal or where is the occasion for joint electorates with reservation of seats when this Assembly has already decided that there wi...
9.118.120
     : You say. "In case........."

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7.79.13
      : Then amendment No. 1412 which stands in the name of Mr. Mohd. Tahir. Do you want it to be put to vote Mr. Tahir?
7.79.20
    Sir, I have moved both parts of No. 1415.

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7.74.101
     Clause (4) in article 50 lays down that if investigation is successful and a resolution is passed the President shall be removed from his office, but this clause (4) does not lay down any disqualification. Therefore I have moved that after the impeachment is successful and after he is removed from his office, this should operate as a disqua...
7.74.28
: Yes, Sir.

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7.76.236
Sir, my submission is that at present the executive machinery of the government in the country is deteriorating very fast because the legislators and all those who belong to the majority parties in the assemblies exercise very great influence on the Ministers. If the Ministers do not listen to the legislators and their supporters, the result is...
7.76.233
: Parts (1) and (2) have nothing to do with part (3) of my amendment.

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7.79.7
     The system which I regard as the best is the system of proportional representation. It is not based on religious grounds and it applies to all minorities, political, religious or communal. There are three objections to this system, which are generally argued and debated. The first is that there would be very large constituencies and it woul...
7.79.20
    Sir, I have moved both parts of No. 1415.

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7.56.188
Mr. Vice-President, Sir, I move:     "That after article 30, the following new article be inserted:—     '30-A. The State shall strive to secure prohibition of manufacture, sale or transportation or consumption of intoxicating liquors for beverage purposes."
7.56.4
Mr. Vice-President, Sir, the amendment which I am moving is:     "That in the heading under Part IV the word "Directive' be deleted."

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11.161.20
Another objection to the Constitution is the absence of the words 'without due process of law' in article 15 and the limitations on article 13. Without these words, and with the limitations on article 13, I maintain even today very seriously that there is no scope for full civil liberties in India. When there is an invasion of the Fundamental Ri...
11.161.15
Sir, I am very proud that India is proclaimed to be a secular State. The provisions in article 9 to 30 do not make any discrimination on grounds of religion, race or caste and there is equality of opportunity in public employment and in holding and disposing of the property.

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7.65.47
Moreover, the overwhelming majority of the population of our country depends on agriculture and they are the tillers of the soil. So the words "general public interests" can mean only the interests of the peasantry and the labourers, and not only the interests of the vocal middle intelligentia and vested people.
7.65.33
I have not caught your eye, Sir.

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7.67.175
Sir, actually I had sent two amendments, one about the word "personal" before the words `liberty', and the other about substitution of the words "without due process of law" for the words "except according to procedure established by law". But somehow or other, these two amendments have been consolidated, and I am required to move one amendment....
7.67.169
Mr. Vice-President, Sir, if the proposed amendment by the Drafting Committee is accepted and the article is allowed to stand as it is:-     "No person shall be deprived of his life or personal liberty except according to procedure established by law........".

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7.49.145
Sir, the fourth part of the Constitution is the directive fundamentals which have been given. I want to tell Dr. Ambedkar that in his book, he has mentioned that all these principles and fundamentals should be mandatory. He has mentioned that these provisions should be enforced within a period of ten years. What is stated in Part IV is vague. Wh...
7.49.141
It was stated by him yesterday that the Constitution is the bulkiest in the world. In my opinion it is no merit in itself, unless there is substance in it. There is no doubt that we have copied provisions after provisions from foreign constitutions. This Constitution is neither parliamentary nor non-parliamentary, and it is yet to be seen, when ...

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7.70.25
In article 280, it is laid down "Where a Proclamation of Emergency is in operation, the President may by order declare that the rights guaranteed by article 25 of this Constitution shall remain suspended for such period not extending beyond a period of six months after the proclamation has ceased to be in operation as may be specified in such or...
7.70.28
:Then why not postpone this?

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7.66.106
     Sir, there is not much of a change in the amendment I am moving. But article 17(1) does not cover cases in which prisoners are asked to work, a prisoner is asked to work against his own free will. If this article is allowed to remain as it is, then the jail authorities will not be allowed to take work from the prisoners. Therefore I have me...
7.66.105
    Mr. Vice-President, Sir, I move:     That for article 17, the following be substituted:     "17. Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude such as begar except as a punishment for crime shall exist within the Union State."

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4.25.53
Mr. President, I support the amendments moved by Mr. Aziz Ahmad and Begum Aizaz Rasul. For the last three days I am seeing that whenever a Leaguer makes a speech, in reply he is told that till the other day he was raising the slogan of religion in danger and so we (the Leaguers) can never support socialism and democracy. Mr. Kamath has even sai...
4.25.54
Mr. Kamath can play a hero but not by maligning the Muslim League. Besides this there is one other noteworthy fact, and it is this: whenever a proposal is put forth from the Congress side, you are always disposed to accept it but whenever any thing comes from the Muslim Leaguers, howsoever beneficial it might be, it is discarded on the pretext ...

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7.68.149
But who would be responsible for imparting the religious education in such institutions? Any outside agencies who would be giving religious instructions to the boys may not be acceptable to the  authorities and moreover much mischief will be done if this religious education is given in outside hours by people who are irresponsible and by people...
7.68.148
But I really object to clause (3). What has been given in clauses (1) and (2) has been taken away in clause (3). It says--- "Nothing in this article shall prevent any community or denomination from providing religious instruction for pupils of that community or denomination in an educational institution outside its working hours."

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7.71.31
    Sir, I am entirely in agreement with the amendment of Prof. K. T. Shah. I know that the system approved by the Constituent Assembly is a Parliamentary system of government but even then I had urged the adoption of a non-parliamentary system of government in India. We have seen since 1920, that the working of the Government of India Act and o...
7.71.34
    Then, Sir, it was said that there would be a great conflict between the legislature, the executive and the judiciary, if there is a non-Parliamentary system of Government. My submission is that it will all be to the good if the judiciary is independent of the executive and disagrees with the excesses committed by the legislature. It would be...

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7.54.64
What is your ruling, Sir?
7.54.80
The question is: -     "That for Article 2 and article 3, the following be substituted:'2. Parliament may by law -(a) admit into the Union new States;(b) sub-divide any State to form two or more States;(c) amalgamate any two or more of the following classes of territories to forma State, namely -(i) State,(ii) Part or parts of any State,(iii) n...

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7.73.235
: Mr. Vice-President That in the Form of Oath in article 49, the words "and that I will devote myself to the service and well-being of the people of India" be deleted. My reason for the deletion of these words is that the very purpose of taking an oath or making an affirmation is that certain obligations are created in law. If there is a breach...
7.73.236
In regard to the amendment moved by I wish to say a few words. I was very glad that he held a brief on behalf of God and pleaded that God should not be banished from our Constitution. My submission is that if his amendment is accepted we will be excluding those people who have no faith in God at all. There are so many people in this country an...

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5.44.81
 He should have the sentiments of his community in view, he should have the aspirations of his community before him. If a minimum number of votes from his community is not fixed and if he is not able to secure that, my submission is that it will be the position of a client engaging a pleader who will be opposed to the interests of his client. Ev...
5.44.79
Mr. Ibrahim has moved an amendment, Sir, that there should be joint electorates with reservation of seats and that a member of a particular community should secure 33 per cent of the votes of his community. We cannot forget that there are misgivings. We cannot be blind to the present situation in the country. We all desire that it should not con...

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8.103.204
   I will formally move it. I move:     "That in amendment No. 23 above, for clause (1) of the proposed new article 111-A, the following be substituted:-     '(1) An appeal shall lie to the Supreme Court from an order of a High Court in the territory of India made in the exercise of its criminal jurisdiction-(a)  if such order involves a sentenc...
8.103.202
      Is it necessary to read my amendment No. 29, as amendment Nos. 28 and 29 are the same?

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4.32.31
Mr. President. Sir, my amendment is:"That the following be added at the end of Clause 10:     'That the Executive of the Union shall be non-parliamentary, in the Sense that it shall not be removable before the terms of the Legislature and a member of the Cabinet or the Cabinets may be removed at any time on impeachment before a judicial tribunal...
4.32.44
Sir, how does the Honourable Member know that there will be no League or Congress party?

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8.88.56
: On a point of personal explanation, I said there should be a campaign the mistakes of Government.
8.88.40
:Mr. President, the amendment moved by Mr. Lari is a very important amendment and all those speakers who have spoken in opposition to Mr. Lari have given two grounds: Firstly, that in no Constitution in the world there is such a mention or provision: secondly, that such a salary of the Opposition Leader is based on conventions. I have heard wi...

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8.104.127
Sir, I would like to move No. 66 which stands also in my name. Mr. President, I beg to move:     "That in amendment No. 65 above, in the proposed new article 167-A.-(i)   in clause (1), for the words 'Governor and his' the words 'Election Commission and its ' be substituted; and(ii)  clause (2) and the figure '(1)' occurring at the beginning of...
8.104.128
Sir, I have heard Mr. Mandloi. According to him the Speaker will be the proper authority and on the report of the Committee to be appointed by him this decision should be finally made by the Speaker. I have two objections to his amendment, first that the point about the disqualifications of a member is very important and it has to be enquired i...

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7.69.85
Sir, according to the fundamental rights, freedom of movement and freedom of trade and commerce have been granted and it is just possible that people may be moving freely from one part of the country to another and settling in other provinces. Moreover, there would always be Government servants who would be transferred from one province to anot...
7.69.84
Mr. Vice-President, Sir, it is unnecessary for me to explain the scope of the amendment moved by Mr. Lari. I have an amendment to move to the amendment of Mr. Lari which runs like this:     "That in amendment No. 714 of the List of Amendments, in the proposed clause (4) of article 23, the following words be added at the end:--     'in case of s...

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4.24.10
Sir, I desire to raise a point of constitutional importance. Maharaja Nagendra Singh, representative of the Eastern RajputanaStates is a member of the Indian Civil Service. His name is on this cadre. He has not retired and his services have not been terminated. Can a salaried servant of the Crown be a member of the independent sovereign Constit...
4.24.12
He has not retired from service, nor have his services been terminated.

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7.55.172
Sir, that we are going to discuss Part IV should have been intimated to the members yesterday. We have not even brought the amendments to be moved to Part IV. We are taken unawares. It is very difficult for us to move the amendments, because we are not prepared with the amendments. It would be unfair for those of us who are not ready, Sir.

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9.109.257
: Mr. President, Sir, I think the amendment moved by Dr. Ambedkar is of too sweeping a character, At least I do not find in any constitution in the world a provision parallel to the one now proposed to be enacted. In the American and English Constitutions there is absolutely no provision regarding any emergency law. However, I think, Dr. Ambedk...

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9.138.384
      : On a point of order, Sir, what is that document that is being read out in the House?

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9.123.70
: Muslims and others for whom seats are not reserved will get more than 60 per cent.
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