Are the following statements in keeping with democracy as a value Why cbse class9 history 2016

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Are the following statements in keeping with democracy as a value? Why? cbse-class9-history-2016

a. Father to daughter: I don want to hear your opinion about your marriage. In our family children marry where the parents tell them to.    
b. Teacher to student: Don disturb my concentration by asking me questions in the classroom.    
c. Employee to the officer: Our working hours must be reduced according to the law.

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(a) The first statement is undemocratic because girl is not allowed to give her opinion relating to her own marriage. Just as the people have the right to choose their representatives, the girls should also be allowed to have a say in the selection or choice of her husband.   (b)  The second statement is undemocratic because the student is not being allowed to speak and ask questions. It is the duty of the teacher to teach and satisfy the queries of the students.   
(c) The third statement is democratic because it calls for the reduction of working hours but according to the law. Employees should enjoy the right to work for fixed hours as fixed by law.  

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