Why India Want UN Permanent Seat ?

edited September 2013 in International Relations
Answer is oblivious Still I want to hear new points. Please put your thoughts Here :)

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  • edited September 2013
    Cz it's kool!!!! [Because it is cool!] :P {corrected to be in line with posting rules}

    Ok. seriously - You cannot run a united nations security council that doesn't even recognise the power of 1/6 of humanity. Without India, the UNSC is merely a clique of NATO with a few perpetual abstainers.

    http://www.thehindu.com/news/international/un-security-council-serves-no-ones-purpose-india/article4061775.ece
    Prelims : 2/5; Mains : 0/2; Interview : 0; Remainder : 1+1 (Tired but not; Retired) / Medical Science / Kolkata / Nihilist extraordinaire | Thanks a lot...
  • for veto power .

    vetopower wielded solely by the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council enabling them to prevent the adoption of any substantive draft Council resolution, regardless of the level of international support for the draft.
    Security Council's permanent membership can vote against a procedural draft resolution, without necessarily blocking its adoption by the Council.
    Hold your head high, and your middle finger higher _|_
  • Well, let's modify the ques. Why should India get security council membership when there are stronger contestants such as Japan (more developed, no cases of Human Rights violations etc) or Brazil, or Germany?? :-?
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