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Why we Indian destroy public property for showing our anger and frustration recently in Bhopal the victims of gas tragedy for demands of proper compensation jammed the railway track and when police tried to stop them they burnt down the vehicles and even beaten the police do u think this is correct way to vent anger causing problems to many innocent rail passenger who were nowhere involved in this tragedy

Tags: travel, bhopal, politics & government
Asked by Gunda, 06 Dec '11 09:18 am
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Dear, nothing is done with intention. The mob had no intention of destroying the pubic property. When thousands and thousands of people were ruined by gas leak so many years back are still lingering without proper compensation and any amount protest or request has not worked, the mob has spontaneously reacted resulting in loss of property. But unfortunately, this hard hearted sorry heartless government with dirty corrupt politicians never react to their problems. God only save these poor people affected by gas leak and mitigate their problems. But these politicians will be definitely punished by God in some other form.
Answered by Seshadri Srinivasan, 06 Dec '11 09:27 am

 
  
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The police inspector slapping people arrested for inquiry is a common scene in Hindi movies. In many countries, it can be treated as a abusing human rights.
Did you laugh at this? Do you think, in general our Indian society members will laugh at this?
If the answer to these questions is Yes, then admit that, human rights abuse is presumption of societal values. People need to learn a different culture, and it is a long way.
Answered by Aarnika Tiwaari, 06 Dec '11 09:26 am

 
  
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When the Bhopal tragedy occured, few decades ago. If the victims could not get compensation even after so many decades, what else they do than damaging public property?
Answered by dinkar shetty, 06 Dec '11 10:02 am

 
  
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