Three Radical Mindset MPs Win vouch India a True Democracy with it’s Free & Fair Election Commission,Can jailed attend Parliament or take oath?


Three Radical stint persons having no believe in modern India legislations and want a radical changes in it has been elected as Members of parliament and of these two are jailed,they win elections from jail indicating a true democracy where Election commission is so free and fair that they are allowed to nominate,contest, canvassing and winning election.
Although Two jailed MPs has been not granted bail so detained but are under trial but not convicted as if convicted by court for 02 yrs,they can’t take part in election as happened in Laluji and chautala’s case but if under trial or under bail or conviction less than o2yrs then as per our constitution they can contest election and can win and may be MP too.
Two candidates,first is Amritpal Singh won the Lok Sabha election from Punjab’s Khadoor Sahib in Punjab as an independent candidate and have defeated aap,congress,bjp etc and ,Sheikh Abdul Rashid as an independent was elected from Baramulla in Kashmir Valley and defeated National conference Omar Abdullah,ex cm of j&K,minister of central government and son of Shri Farooq Abdullah.
The election of the two candidates currently in jail has thrown up a unique question — will they get to take the oath of office and will they be able to attend Parliament sessions?
Legally, Amritpal Singh and Sheikh Abdul Rashid are barred from attending the proceedings of the 18th Lok Sabha, yet they retain the Constitutional right to be sworn in as members of Parliament, according to a PTI report.So under protection they will be brought to parliament and shall take oath.
Abdul Rashid Sheikh also known as Engineer Rashid and 03 times legislator but known for his separatism posts and lectures,always critic of Indian Government and Pakistan sympathiser proved a giant slayer by defeating two top most leaders — former Jammu and Kashmir CM Omar Abdullah and Peoples Conference chairperson Sajjad Gani Lone by a margin of more than two lakh votes.
Rashid’s campaign, spearheaded by his son Abrar who is master of Botany , found traction with the youth as he made short speeches with appeal to public to vote sothat Government release him and common people voted for this ,her aged grand mother appealed to Government to release his son engineer Rashid as he is way from home since 5yrs.

Amritpal (31) who positioned himself on lines of Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindrawale, stirred hardliner sentiments in Punjab and was arrested last year after a month-long manhunt, won from Khadoor Sahib by a whopping margin of 1.93 lakh votes defeating AAP,Congress,SAD.
Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) (Amritsar) head and Khalistan (separate Sikh homeland) sympathiser Simranjit Singh Mann extended his party’s support to Singh and did not field any candidate from the Khadoor Sahib seat. People say it is sangat of Assembly segments in khadfor sahib who played as major roll for his nomination and his win as people think him a great reformer who works hard of drug de-addiction.Paramjit Kaur Khalra, wife of human rights activist Jaswant Singh Khalra, led Singh’s poll campaign. Paramjit Kaur Khalra had unsuccessfully contested from the Khadoor Sahib seat in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.It was the ‘sangat’ which fought this battle,” he told PTI.
From youth to women and elderly people, everyone contributed in this election, said Singh who styled himself after dead Khalistani terrorist Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale.
Another radical Sarabjeet Singh Khalsa, the son of Beant Singh, one of the assassins of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, won the Faridkot seat by a margin of more than 70,000 votes.
“It is the ‘sangat’ of Faridkot which approached me to fight the polls,” Khalsa had said earlier.During the poll campaigning, Khalsa, who is based in Mohali, raised the issue of the 2015 sacrilege incidents in which the Sikh scripture Guru Granth Sahib was desecrated sparking protests and leading to the death of two anti-sacrilege protesters in Faridkot.He also took up the issue of ‘Bandi Singhs’ (Sikh prisoners who completed their jail terms).
Apart from this, Khalsa raised the issues of drug menace, river water, farmers’ demand for legal guarantee to minimum support price.It was not the first time Khalsa fought elections. He had unsuccessfully fought the 2004 Lok Sabha polls from Bathinda seat on SAD (Amritsar) ticket and had polled 1.13 lakh votes. He had also unsuccessfully contested the 2007 Punjab assembly polls from Bhadaur seat in Barnala.Khalsa had again tried his luck in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls from Fatehgarh Sahib seat on a BSP ticket but lost.
His mother Bimal Kaur was an MP from Ropar seat in 1989.This time, Khalsa was pitted against AAP nominee and Punjabi actor Karamjit Anmol, BJP’s Hans Raj Hans, Congress party’s Amarjit Kaur Sahoke and SAD’s Rajwinder Singh.
So in democracy 03 radicals who are almost not in line with modern India legislations and want radical changes have won and against very prominent leaders and two of them are jailed too,it is a surprise and is a symbol of true Democracy where such elements are also give fare chance of contesting,convasding and winning election.,so a vibrant democracy with vibrant free and fare election commission.

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