2.we need to be united for any mass struggle.
3.we should oppose the wrong practices.
The inspiration we get from Bolivia's popular struggle are: collectiveness, power of the common people and the role played by political organisation. Three values we can learn from it are: Unity, Mass mobilisation, Public demonstration
The following are the inspiration we get from Bolivia's popular struggle:
1. It served a combined effect on part of the people who struggled against prejudice.
2. It unveiled the potential of the ordinary people, pressurizing the management to be responding to their inquiries.
3. This struggle reflects common people distress and their power in carrying out reform.
4. It exposed that people from different occupations of life can create an association and base their fight for justice
The following are the values that we can learn from it:
1. People have a constitutional right to form an organization.
2. It was an event of a legislative dispute that led to a popular conflict, a struggle for justice and equity.
Bolivia’s popular struggle, also known as Bolivia’s water war, inspires many other popular movements around the world. The struggle stands as an example of how organized popular struggle against unjust government policies can result in constructive rectification on part of the latter. Following are the three values which we can draw from Bolivia’s popular struggle:
Democracy evolves through popular struggles between those hold power and those who do not.
Democratic conflicts often have to be resolved through mass mobilization of people since in certain disputes; the existing political institutions fail to resolve conflicts.
Mass mobilizations over political conflicts are based on new political organisations like political parties, pressure groups and movement groups.
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●the indian military was not a professional military- were just peasants in uniform.
●thus every impact on peasantry had large repercussions in the form of military discontentment.
●also, the policies followed by lord dalhousie and lord canning greatly hurt the sentiments of the indian military.
●the indian military was already largely discriminated against in terms of salaries, pensions, promotions.
●indians were subjugated in the military their european counterparts faced no such discrimination.
●during the time of lord canning, two important laws were passed: both these acts were passed in 1856, i.e. on the eve of revolt.
●general service enlistment act: act meant that if indian military personnel were posted abroad, wouldn’t be entitled to get extra allowances.
●thus act was a jolt to the prospects to the indian military personnel serving under the east india company.
●religious disabilities act: for indian soldiers, the belief was that if crossed the ocean, would lose their religion.
● would thus be socially ostracized. hus, soldiers skipped appointments that involved serving in a foreign land.
●but, after the passing of the “religious disabilities act”, would have to compulsorily take the appointment, otherwise, would lose their job.
●at the same time, the use of religious symbols in the military were also restricted.
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