Man held for protest against Communal Violence Bill in Parliament

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    Re: Hindu boy forcefully gagged by Congress-I outside Parliament

    Now no one will protest for his liberty, only because he is a Hindu.
     
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    Re: Hindu boy forcefully gagged by Congress-I outside Parliament

    Arnab Mian the TV Presenter and Prosecutor where are you? :notsure:

    PS : Arnab Goswami
     
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    Re: Hindu boy forcefully gagged by Congress-I outside Parliament

    How far Congress-I is going to push Hindus against the wall ?
     
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    Re: Hindu boy forcefully gagged by Congress-I outside Parliament

    He must have broken security checks of the parliament premise, how did he get the pass ? BTW I also oppose the bill, no separate law is needed for communal violence.
     
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    Re: Hindu boy forcefully gagged by Congress-I outside Parliament

    Union Cabinet clears Communal Violence Bill

    Though several States have expressed opposition to the Prevention of Communal Violence Bill, the Union Cabinet on Monday gave its approval to it, paving the way for its introduction in the winter session of Parliament that ends on Friday. Termed one of the key laws proposed by the UPA government, it has been pending for long. Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde said extensive discussions were held on the Bill. The Union Home Secretary recently held consultations with State Home Secretaries. “This is one of the promised actions of the UPA government. We have to do it and we will implement it,” Mr. Shinde told reporters last week.

    Union Cabinet clears Communal Violence Bill - The Hindu
     
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    Re: Hindu boy forcefully gagged by Congress-I outside Parliament

    Congress is trying to IMPRESS as many people as it can
    before the elections

    Both this Communal violence bill and Lokpal bill are desperate attempt to
    please people

    Also when the next govt tries to change such laws ; they will call them anti Muslim

    The real fun would happen when Modi takes up this issue in his rallies

    Maybe they are trying to provoke BJP and Modi to give aggressive speeches
    and then make it Communal VS secular election
     
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    Re: Hindu boy forcefully gagged by Congress-I outside Parliament

    Hindus are doing this to themselves. How many hindus have protested against atrocities committed against them? How many hindu leaders/organizations will come forward to help this boy?
     
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    Re: Hindu boy forcefully gagged by Congress-I outside Parliament

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    I am sure he is being punished only because he is Hindu, and not because he illegally entered the Parliament and tried to create a scene.

    Hindus are in danger, now they are not even allowed to illegally enter high security areas and try to create trouble.
     
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    Re: Hindu boy forcefully gagged by Congress-I outside Parliament

    He is a Hindu and citizen of this country, he can protest any where he want. He has done it knowing the repercussions, far more milder that what freedom fighters did by blasting noise/smoke bombs in Parliament to make deaf ears hear the protest.

    It is every Hindus's duty to support him or anyone who thinks this law introduced by congress-I is Muslim appeasing vote bank trick.
     
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    Re: Hindu boy forcefully gagged by Congress-I outside Parliament

    1. Being a Hindu and/or a citizen gives no one right to protest where-ever he wants.
    2. I don't think this guy is another Shaheed Bhagat Singh, I could be wrong though.


    Why aren't the Hindus protesting against BJP then ? :confused:

    ""We have decided to set up the board to improve the conditions of madrassas while integrating it with modern education," said party's CM candidate Harsh Vardhan. The manifesto also promises to open centres for education as well as imparting of skills and entrepreneurship in Muslim-dominated areas. It has also expressed its commitment to remove encroachment from Waqf properties and filling vacancies for Urdu teachers."

    Special board for improvement of madrassas - The Times of India
     

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