From the fringes: Votes without a voice


April 25, 2006

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Parsis…..Numbering about 650 in the city, the Parsis are determined to have a say in the polls. ”Yes, I vote from Burrabazar constituency. Most of our people vote. Why shouldn’t we? We are Indians after all,” says a member of the community at the Zoroastrian Anjuman Atash Adaran on Ezra Street.

Cyrus Madan, another Parsi, adds: ”The government is moving on the right track and should continue the same developmental work in infrastructure. Most of us hold EPICs and we will vote.”

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