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Upto 31st march 2006 , 440 encounters are under consideration of nhrc out of which 5 are from gujrat ,231 (up), 33(raj),30(mah),22(ap) and 12(assam) then why there is so mmuch fuss and publicity over soharabuddin case who was a dreaded terrorist?what nhrc is doing and is it not a concipiracy by congress and a section of media to please only muslims?

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Asked by Ramesh Agarwal, 04 Aug '10 10:38 pm
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You know How an accused of serious crime being punished in Saudi Arabia? Why there is no NHRC there? This organisation not seems to be creating awareness on HR. The affected victims ARE NOT HUMAN BEINGS? They don't have any right to live peacefully in India? What is wrong in encounters if it follows law? Congress always wooing Muslims compromising nation's safety, even their two main "Gandhi's" assasinated by terrorism. What a party yaar? Appna log dhimaag garpe chchodke vote karne jaathe.
Answered by Vaitheeswaran Parasuraman, 04 Aug '10 11:30 pm

 
  
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We are a nation of corruption infestation. There is a run for ill gotten money and its a status symbol in power lobby. These retired persons get paid to describe separatist terror makers in Kashmir as human but not the member of security forces. Congress is back to power after a break and then they became busy to follow Nehruvian policy of VOTE first. Crash opposition. So they rewards handsomely to all such ppl who can crash the NATIONALIST at any cost and any mean (it should only look like sick-ular i.e. secular).
More anti Hindu u are more secular you are .
Answered by Subhas Mitra, 05 Aug '10 07:43 am

 
  
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No one license to kill
Answered by dhanendra kumar jain, 05 Aug '10 08:00 am

 
  
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