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The Lok Sabha was established with the adoption of the Constitution of India on January 26, 1950. Its foundation was laid upon the principles outlined in the Constitution, which defined the structure, powers, and procedures of the Parliament of India. The establishment of the Lok Sabha involved various procedural steps, including the drafting and adoption of the Constitution, the delineation of electoral constituencies, the conduct of elections, and the convening of the first session of the Lok Sabha. The Constituent Assembly of India, tasked with drafting the Constitution, played a pivotal role in shaping the framework for the functioning of the Lok Sabha and other institutions of governance in independent India.
The Lok Sabha Committee of Model United Nations (MUN) delves into the multifaceted concept of secularism, emphasizing its significance in fostering harmony and coexistence within diverse societies. With a focus on mitigating communal violence and combating religious defamation, the committee seeks to initiate comprehensive deliberations on these critical issues.
Secularism refers to the principle of separating religion from the affairs of the state. In a secular state, religion is not endorsed or favored by the government, and individuals are free to practice their beliefs without interference from the state.
Communal Violence pertains to violence or conflict that arises between different religious or ethnic communities. It often stems from deep-seated tensions, prejudices, or socio-political factors and can have devastating consequences for social cohesion and stability.
Religious Defamation involves the defamation or slander of a particular religion or its followers. It can take various forms, including hate speech, discrimination, or deliberate misinformation, and can incite religious intolerance and hostility.
The Lok Sabha Committee of MUN aims to dissect these issues, analyze their root causes, and formulate pragmatic solutions to promote tolerance, understanding, and peaceful coexistence among diverse religious communities. Through rigorous debate and collaboration, the committee endeavors to draft resolutions that address the complexities of secularism while upholding the principles of equality, justice, and respect for religious diversity.
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