Gandhiji strongly believed that every adult in India should be given the right to vote However a few people dont share his views They feel that illiterate people who are mainly poor should not be given the right to vote What do you think Do you think this would be a form of discrimination Give five points to support your view and share these with the class CBSE SOCIAL SCIENCE CLASS 6

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Gandhiji strongly believed that every adult in India should be given the right to vote. However, a few people dont share his views. They feel that illiterate people, who are mainly poor, should not be given the right to vote. What do you think? Do you think this would be a form of discrimination? Give five points to support your view and share these with the class. (CBSE SOCIAL SCIENCE CLASS 6)

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Yes, it would be a form of discrimination on the basis of education. Five points to support my 
view are:
(i) These people will not be able to participate in the Government and hence feel neglected from the society.
(ii) People from all classes fought for the independence and this rights. Thus, everyone should be treated equally.
(iii) People are not illiterate or poor by their choice.
(iv) Every adult should be given right to vote according to Universal Adult Franchise.
(v) It will conflict the idea of right to equality of Democracy

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Yes, it would be a form of discrimination on the basis of education. Five points to support my 
view are:
(i) These people will not be able to participate in the Government and hence feel neglected from the society.
(ii) People from all classes fought for the independence and this rights. Thus, everyone should be treated equally.
(iii) People are not illiterate or poor by their choice.
(iv) Every adult should be given right to vote according to Universal Adult Franchise.
(v) It will conflict the idea of right to equality of Democracy

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