We are a group of concerned citizens. We have varied political opinions and affiliations, but are united in our trust in democratic institutions, in our adherence to the philosophy of the Constitution and belief in the idea of a plural, democratic Republic of India. Deeply concerned, of late, over the multiple challenges to the Republic, we have undertaken to examine these challenges in some depth, and to propose to our fellow citizens means to protect and strengthen the Constitutional safeguards for our democratic polity and composite society. We see the forthcoming Lok Sabha election as an opportunity to retrieve and, indeed, reclaim from manipulation and subversion, our legacy of the Republic.
Kane ka kot lyngkdop, ‘ka saiñpyrkhat U paidbah’, ka dei kaba la saiñdur bad pynmih da ka kynhun Thma U Rangli-juki (TUR) ha ka 14th tarik u Rymphang ha ka snem 2013 kaba la khot ia ka, ‘ka saiñpyrkhat u paidbah’ kaban long kum ka nongprat lynti ia ki kam jong ka TUR ha kano kano ka bynta jong ka jingialeh. Bun kiba la buh ia ki jingkylli bad ialeh ban wad jingtip shaphang kane ka kynhun TUR bad ia ki kam kaba ka trei, bad dei ha ine i kot lyngkdop ba phi lah ban ioh ka jingpynshai shaphang ki kam ba ka TUR ka thmu ban ialeh bad iakhun.
Thma U Rangli-Juki (TUR) is a progressive people’s group in Meghalaya. In 2013 they put out a draft people’s proclamation in Khasi & English. You can download the english version here.