The veto power of the five countries of the United Nations Security Council was technically dead in

26 November 2022, Casa Lima Banquet, GT Road, Ghaziabad – A very special and very special program was organized here today. This event was organized by the India Chapter (Rashtriya Sainik Sanstha) of the World Constitution & Parliament Association (WCPA).

WCPA's Global President Dr. Glenn T. Marten and Miss Phyllis Truck (USA) told that WCPA was established in America in 1958, which envisioned a new World Order in view of the failures of the United Nations, and with the help of eminent personalities of many countries. After churning for 25 years, an “Earth Constitution” was created. Provisional World Parliament (PWP) has been organized in different countries under the Earth Constitution. A PWP was organized in India in 1985 which was inaugurated by the then President Honorable Mr. Giani Zail Singh.

The chief guest of the program, Rajya Sabha MP Mr. Anil Agarwal said that time has changed. A new world order seems to be emerging. It is necessary for India to be in the first line of leadership of this new world system! He said that the proposal which is being put here today will be forwarded to the Prime Minister and the Speaker of the Lok Sabha in this session itself.

Special Guest, General Secretary of Temple of Understanding, Dr. AK Merchant suggested that in the first phase guidelines should be made for the use of veto power.

  Andhra Pradesh's advisor and special guest Mr. Rajan Chhibber said that we have been talking about Vasudev Kutumbakam ever since many countries did not even know how to walk holding fingers. Former Divisional Commissioner of Jhansi Division, Dr. Ajay Shankar Pandey told that India has been opposing veto power in British ordinances in the freedom struggle! He said that this work should be done in phases!

Shri Guru Dr. Pawan Sinha said that Article 51 of the Constitution has advocated for Federal World Government. We want that the 5 permanent members of the Security Council should also be replaced!

Colonel Tejendra Pal Tyagi, president of the India Chapter (Rashtriya Sainik Sanstha) of WCPA revealed that when the United Nations was being formed after the Second World War, on 26 June 1945, India's representative Dr. Ramaswamy Mundaliar refused to sign the UN Charter. Earlier, 10 years time was fixed for review of Vito Power. This thing is mentioned in Article 109 of the United Nations. But this did not happen. That is, technically in 1955 the veto power had expired or died. Mr. Rajesh Chaukhar of Rajasthan appealed that the veto power which should have ended in 1955 itself, why are we still carrying that dead body?

It was unanimously resolved that at all times, at every level and in every way, this thing will be conveyed to the common man that the veto power of the five powerful countries is at the root of most of our problems. We should unite to end this. It was decided that the government will be demanded that the issue of abolition of veto power should be raised in the General Assembly of the United Nations. In an international meeting held recently, 25 countries have already made this demand.

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