- Mar 22, 2009
Very well put. So lets leave this idea of religious discussion here... and do something more cheerful.
Well one can never be cent-percent sure but from what I've read, I think that she is not, and after all I have no choice but to rely on what I read because I cannot meet her in person or hire an investigating team to examine herHow do you know that she is not part of the system ??
I think police should have autonomy and should be free from interference from the politicians for unbiased investigations into any kind of crimes. Just look at election commission as an example, they are doing a great job for past few elections and yes autonomy does wonders.Thats why an independent police free from the interference of the politicians is required. Thats the first step in resolving our justice system. In Gujarat, the police were told to keep away till the time rioters had a field day, and then they vanished.
Similarly the CBI should be allowed to do its job. It should not be a tool in the hands of the central government.
If these agencies are allowed to work without political interference, first thing is that these politicians wont perpetrate the crime knowing full well that their connections and money will not buy them their freedom.
I don't know if you've noticed but we have a government at the centre which is hell-bent on dividing the nation playing caste politics. Congress is back in power because of progress India made under them, but the first thing they did after getting elected was to make sure that the quotas in the private sector are initialized this time around.People, also, need to stop taking advantage of such tragedies for their own benefit.
Isn't the congress also implementing a law which will help in preventing riots in the future? I don't know much details about that, but I did read an article about it.I don't know if you've noticed but we have a government at the centre which is hell-bent on dividing the nation playing caste politics. Congress is back in power because of progress India made under them, but the first thing they did after getting elected was to make sure that the quotas in the private sector are initialized this time around.
Bottomline, riots like these will happen again, thanks to your friendly neighbourhood politician. They know that keeping people divided is the best way to rule over them. British knew it, and now, so do our politicians.
Heh.. unless they came up with a mind control device from the future, no law can stop riots. Definitely not in India..Isn't the congress also implementing a law which will help in preventing riots in the future? I don't know much details about that, but I did read an article about it.
I always wonder, how exaclty is handing out free posts/seats to the people from "lower sects of society" (most people are just dying to get themselves into that category cause of such freebies btw) helping them OR the post they are in especially when they reach there not based on skills but cause of quotas?And if you're talking about the reservations and quotas dividing Indians, then I guess you can go either way with that argument. We need to do SOMETHING to help the lower sects of society to come up. However doing this at the cost of the middle class isn't a good idea either.
I find this statement from the article somewhat unnerving in light of the fact that there exist an actual affirmation, voluntary disclosure and sub rosa testimony captured on clandestine video as to the (no less self-avowed) involvement of one of the main accused Babu Bajrangi in that very, precise act. I will not post the video here because I find it unfitting of gracing this forum. But I will PM a link to anyone who asks me for it and it is available on youtube and, alongwith a slew of other (mainly Tehelka) videos of attestations - even unasked for corroborations and supplementary information of further heinous acts committed by the rioters.The Pioneer: "Referring to another instance that exposed the Citizens for Justice and Peace’s much ‘trumpeted’ charges, Rohtagi said the SIT investigation found untrue allegation about a gangrape of a pregnant woman Kauser Bano, whose stomach was allegedly pierced by a sword and her foetus killed."
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