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Maoists: Why should law, citizenship be their rights?

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Asked by ankit shivam, 20 May '10 10:39 am
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One, the response of Maoist leader Kobad Ghandys lawyer, earlier this month, to the Supreme Courts ruling that narco and polygraph tests cannot be conducted on anyone without their consent. To quote the elated legal representative of the man who is a hero to those who kill policemen for target practice, The narco test is misuse of the law It is not used in any civilized country.

Wow. Misuse of the law! No offence, learned judges, but in the given circumstances, Ghandy having a lawyer and being heard in such contexts seems to be an greater misuse of the law, but then that is just my laymans opinion. And as to expecting a civilised country response to the Maoist campaign by which convoluted ideological perspective do they question the legitimacy of the state in one breath, and demand that it behaves in a civilized manner with them in another, completely mystifies me.

Two, the endangered freedom ruckus over Chidambaram recently reading the riot act to Maoist sympathizers by remi ...more
Answered by Pardeep kapoor, 20 May '10 10:45 am

 
  
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