[AI] disability field in sensus

jignesh thakur jigneshthakur21 at gmail.com
Sat Apr 17 14:41:39 EDT 2010


Sir,
In our country many people consider disability as like asirias crime.
There is a question of expectance, if the disability would menssion on
the card, our lots of application and other things will rejected
automatically. We live in the country where people have not much
respect for disable person.
My point is that the disability on the card will not give us a chanse
to prove ourself at many places. For example once I submitted my
documents for trading account, the company expected it willingly, but
when we had face to face meeting for formalities, he realized that I
am visually impaired person, and he suddenly rejected my application.
How ever I could convince him to give me his services. If I had
produced disability card at that time the result might have different.
That’s why I am against it.
Though vamshisir and other are more intelligent they can thing far
better than me. I am just writing my thoughts.
Thanks.


On 4/17/10, raghuraman <thinkdontblink at gmail.com> wrote:
> friends, i really couldnt understand the outlook of a few of our friends who
> doesn't like the disability field in u i d card
> actually speaking, we are of course disabled and it must be acknowledged and
> accepted just as a teacher is a teacher and a lawyer is a lawyer
> moreover, by not including the disability field in the u i d card we need to
> use different forms or cards to get our different benifits
> also i heard that in fact the n p r performa doesn't  have disability field
> is it right
> if so, what are the steps have we taken to resolve these problems
> please explain
> cheers raghu
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