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"Sri Ram Sena attacked the Mangalore pub Amnesia and assaulted its female patrons, claiming that the women were indulging in 'immoral activities' opposed to Hindu culture" rediff news... Ur views pl.

Asked by sumati gayki, 30 Jan '09 10:36 am
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Very bad in deed. .who we are to stop any thing even if it is a bit or more objectionable.it is high time that we stop this moral policing.Keep your sons/daughters away if you donot like them to go there and indulge in an inappropriate behaviour.
Answered by UMESH SHARMA, 02 Feb '09 09:13 am

 
  
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Immoral activities are against all civilised society and culture.No one would allow to happen such activities anywhere accoding to rules and law.Certainlythe way so called 'Ramsena' claims to have done it ,it is most condemnable and punishable under rules and law as they were not the competent authority.
Answered by Ravindra Yadav, 06 Feb '09 08:02 pm

 
  
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Although in the pubs of Karnatak, there are much more immoral activies but Sriram Sene has not done its best to stop it.They have the way to create public awarness programmes abt. it. They may have kept pressure on their Govt. to stop it.If we have to do something positive towards the society we have to dig the root ,drowning in difficulties and after that we will get the power to through it but Srirama Sene has gone over the super easy way not to oppose it but to give a supporting fuel................
Answered by laxmi panigrahi, 05 Feb '09 02:03 pm

 
  
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I think too much importance to the matter has been given .it has been criticised by so call advocts of freedom,modernity.secularism and rights for ladies but they have never think about its long term effect on other youths.tomorrow tey will advocate about rave drug party,and other vulgar acts very common in wester culture.our culture is very well respected and quite ifferent from west and we shjoul be proud on it.in west about 30%girls are pregnant and become mother thus spoiling their lives do we want the same and similar things in out country.even most of these who are advocating such acts will never allow their children to involve in such immoral acts.one should know what happens in such culture and environment.why such people are quiet when taslima was attacked at hyderabad and was forced to leave country?why the whole country was silent when sadhvi prigya thakur was subjected to attrocities in custody and was subjected to narco tests 4 times why this double standard?
Answered by Ramesh Agarwal, 02 Feb '09 10:44 pm

 
  
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But it is no hear say that these SENA were at hooligan best. What moral they are talking about? When we have laws of land, who are they to moral police anyone? If likes of Yedurappa, Gehlot and Ramdoss thinks pub culture to go, why don't they make their place a dry land? Why Ramdoss is not banning Alcohol and cigarette manufacturing units? Why they are playing with laws? Why they can't get the help of parliamentarians to get the laws enacted? They are such hypcrites that they borrow rowdies in exchange of alcohol to do the errands during all their campaigning. These fellows are parasites, who thrive on common citizen's hardships and cruelty on them. They are the real shame of the nation. They belong to uncultured families, class and section who spares no illegal efforts to harass everyone in vicinity. These sons of B!tche$ have no right to barge into anyone's RIGHT. They must be taught that it is govt. who gave pub licence, public pay money. They have every right to do whatever they f ...more
Answered by prabhat kumar kumar, 02 Feb '09 03:46 pm

 
  
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I too condemn the way things have gone...................but drinking is not a good habit,may be male or female...........not a good thing, there should be a total ban,ppl drink inspite of warning written thereof.
Answered by madanmohan, 02 Feb '09 03:24 pm

 
  
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Completely against this ... ram seva cant poke their nose into someone privacy, moreover, no religion allows beating women..
Answered by thyagarajan mahadevan, 02 Feb '09 11:57 am

 
  
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I think it was a publicity stunt, which was barbaric and disgusting. The media should not give these guys so much attention and turn them into heroes. Because as long as they see their names in print, they don't care. They should all be locked up forever. The need to dominate and control women is something that reeks of such insecurity and such a lack of masculinity! They need to question whether they are men at all. The media should point out the Evil they are.
Answered by Ismail Sayyed, 01 Feb '09 01:40 pm

 
  
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I dont support this ----in name of religon and morality we had burnt women earlier, forced them to adopt different religon,tortured them for dowry, and now asking them to earn money---but when they are at the front , we are talking of morality----whom the women wre indulging in those pubs-----gods or male customers who , you think , were all saints sent from heaven ?A LL HYPOCRETES AND RUBBISH !
Answered by HARIJIBAN BANERJEE, 01 Feb '09 12:23 pm

 
  
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Yes , whatever happend is very Bad and Sad also., its a democratic country and whatever the Ram Sena people did to those girls is really inhuman and i hope that every woman is given respect and no such thing happens again in future.
Answered by kishoranandvittalmangalore, 31 Jan '09 12:18 pm

 
  
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