“The civil society members are an inflexible bunch. They have their set ways as far as their draft bill is concerned and are unwilling to compromise. They want their draft to be accepted in toto or they will resort to fasting. The government, on the other hand, is comprised of seasoned law makers. They might be corrupt, but they know what it takes to pass laws. They are familiar with the ins and outs of law making. They understand the give and take involved.” — These opinions seem to be gaining momentum among the educated class.