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Pardoning Sanjay Dutt will set wrong examples.......your views??

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Asked by Farhaan, 29 Mar '13 10:50 am
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I dont think so. the law does nothing to reform criminals. we are talking about india and not UK. here they are treated like dirt in jails. i have seen the real position in my social service.
the aim must be to curb crime , eliminate crime and not criminal. in this case , sanjay dutt had a 20 year crime free life , he is a reformed man and in no way danger to society. so he deserves mercy
Answered by Ataur Rahman, 29 Mar '13 10:52 am

 
  
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My views have nothing to do with the action of the court. Idle men think over such matters 24X7 as they have no other business to do ! TV channels increase numbers of worthless, foolish viewers by encouraging and entertaining their queries !
Answered by Rahul Gandhi, 29 Mar '13 10:55 am

 
  
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No. Not punishing criminals has already set worst example.
Answered by san, 29 Mar '13 10:54 am

 
  
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Yes
Answered by Quest, 29 Mar '13 03:23 pm

 
  
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I agree with this statement and I will oppose whoever oppose this.
Answered by Prakash Chandra, 29 Mar '13 02:51 pm

 
  
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We always talk about the "Equality" of LAW almost in every corner of the Globe and become idiotically nostalgic about the LAW ! LAWS should follow the humanity & humanity is never a theoretical slaves of the LAWS ! Have we ever considered about the " Personal Potentiality Factor- PPF " in awarding the gift of LAW to anybody, anywhere ? Do we need to equate " Dr. Eienstein & a murderer " equally at per with the LAW ? Is it logically justified ? What the humanity & The Society will stand to gain by equating both of them at per
Answered by Kanai Chakraberti, 29 Mar '13 11:24 am

 
  
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In order to keep the dignity of law he should be punished but on viewing the things with human intelligence which can keep other circumstances also in consideration, there is no point in punishing. As regards the punishing for keeping the arms, he has already undergone a tenure of imprisonment. The law, as we say is blind, but if the person under review is not a criminal, and there are no possibilities of his turning to be a criminal again, certain changes / relaxations/ mercies can be granted to him. Blind slavery of the law makes it above human consideration. In normal cases, abiding by law and is provisions are the duty of all. But in respect of this person, the possession of the arms was not at all wih any evil intention but his negligence.
Making this case as an example, though law might not see other factors, but those who can review must use their discretion.
Answered by Om Shrivastava, 29 Mar '13 11:12 am

 
  
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