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A curse called "Address Proof"

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I believe the constituion of India has a clause that says something to the effect of "All citizens are equal and should be treated equally". In reality, this is not followed though.

I am a law abiding citizen but I don't live in a house. Is that a problem? I guess no. I live up in the mountains in the Himalayas and go wherever life takes me. I camp by the lakes, I live in jungles and sleep on the beaches. I am a free spirited person and I have an allergy living in confined spaces.

I am still a law abiding citizen performing all my duties as a citizen.

I just need a passport to travel abroad and it looks like this country isn't ready to issue me one as I don't have an address proof.

Also, I dream of driving a motor vehicle one day. It looks like that is also impossible because I don't live in a house and hence don't have an address proof.

Fellow citizens, please support me in obtaining these documents and let me know what legal course I can take against the government of India.

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