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       Contents
  1. The second MRCM demand at National level
  2. The second MRCM demand , promise at State level
  3. Draft of the second proposed Executive Notification at National Level
  4. Draft of the second proposed Executive Notification at the State level
  5. The second EN and MRCM Partyís strategy
  6. Review questions and Exercises



1.    The second MRCM demand at National level


         The second Executive Notification we demand is as follows:



2.    The second MRCM demand , promise at State level


         The second Executive Notification we demand is as follows:



3.    Draft of the second proposed Executive Notification at National Level


         Note: first six clauses are same as the First MRCM demand. Only 5th clause is changes.

Procedure for Procedure / instruction
1 District Collectors All District Collectors are ordered that if a citizen comes to their office with a letter containing a proposed EN, they must accept the letter for a fee of Rs 200 per page, issue a serial number with place/date , scan the letter and put the letter on PMís website.
2 Talaties (or their Clerks) All Talaties are ordered that, if a citizen comes to Talatiís office to register his Yes/No on any law passed by MLAs and MPs or any letter submitted to any Collector, then the Talati (or his clerk) would charge a fee of Rs 3 and must enter citizenís voter-id, law name, clause number or letter number and the citizenís Yes/No in his PC. The Talati will also allow citizen to change his Yes/No for Rs 3/- fee. The fee for BPL card holder will be Re 1.
3 District Collectors The Collectors are ordered to ensure that Yes/No of the citizens come on Talatiís website at link decided by Cabinet Secretary (Center). The website should show citizenís voter-ID number, name, his latest Yes/No and date when he filed Yes/No.
4 Cabinet Secretary The Cabinet Secretary or the officer designated by him will publish the Yes/No count for each law as on Friday closing on every Wednesday on the link decided by Cabinet Secretary (Center)
5 PM
  • On 91st day after EN was proposed, if over 50% of ALL voters (not just those who registered Yes/No but ALL registered voters) register YES on the proposed EN, PM may resign or may sign the proposed EN within 24 hours.
  • And if MPsí approval is needed, PM may obtain it within 90 days or may resign or may recommend the dissolution of the Parliament and recommend a new election.




4.    Draft of the second proposed Executive Notification at the State level


         Same as above, except following changes :
  1. In clause-1, Cabinet Secretary (Center) changes to Cabinet Secretary (State)
  2. The 5th clause changes is as follows

    # Procedure for Procedure / instruction
    1-4 [Same as draft at Third MRCM demand at National Level]
    5 Chief Minister
    • On 61st day, if less than 50% of ALL citizens register YES on the proposal, the CM will discard it.
    • But if over 50% of ALL citizens (not just those who registered Yes/No but ALL registered citizens) register YES on the proposed Executive Notification or Ordinance, the CM may resign or may sign the proposed Executive Notification or Ordinance within 24 hours.
    • And within 7 days, if the Governor does not sign the Executive Notification or Ordinance, the CM may resign.
    • And if the Assemblyís approval is needed, the CM may obtain the approval within 3 months, and if he fails to get the approval, he may resign or may recommend the dissolution of the Assembly and recommend a new election.




5.    The second EN and MRCM Partyís strategy


         How do we propose to enact so 120 ENs we are demanding? We shall contest elections to give publicity to our first two ENs we demand and ask citizens to force all existing CMs, PM to sign the first three ENs. If we win MLA, MP elections, we shall use positions in Parliament and Assembly only to push for first two Demands and no other cause. Once any of the two demands are met, we shall resign and use the Second Executive Notification to bring all the changes we want.



6.    Review questions and Exercises


Review Questions
  1. Say PM signs third Executive Notification MRCM demands. Say out of 75 cr registered voters of India, 40 cr citizens register YES on a law by which citizens get minesí royalties. Will citizens automatically get royalties?
  2. If EN is approved by say 51% of citizens. Is it must that PM has to sign this EN?
  3. Suppose a citizen submits a proposed Executive Notification of 15 pages. What will be the registration charge?
  4. Suppose 40 cr approve a EN. What would be cost incurred?
  5. Can citizens propose Govt Ordinance in second 2nd EN? Or is second EN confined to proposing Executive Notifications?
Exercises
  1. Why is MRCM making Yes/No counts non-binding in First/Second EN proposed and binding in Third EN?
  2. Why do both the secular and Hinduvaadi intellectuals oppose third Executive Notification MRCM Party is demanding?
  3. If you support the MRCMís first demand, then we request you to write names of 10 eminent intellectuals who know, and meet/call and find out why they oppose the First MRCM demand.
  4. Please call or contact CMs , PM of Party you support, and obtain explanation why they are ALL hostile to Third EN MRCM Party demands.
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