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How can mobs break furnisher in a church and the police not offer protection? What if it was a temple will the devotees keep quiet and the police force will they not protect the temple? Do you think the state Government will keep quiet about it?

Asked by llewe harris, 18 Sep '08 12:28 am
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The question is not of a church or temple or any religious or public place or poverty place. We and in particular the Government ,as well as all political parties must resolve to denounce such acts of indiscipline. Acts of coversions for allurements are bad.Damaging any property of killing or fanning riotous situations are deploreable activities that need to be strictly dealt with. India is a nation of vast number of religions,castes,creeds but we must not forget we are all Indians and anything against the Nation is to be condemned. Acts of indiscipline or against India's sovernigty are anti national and un-patriotic. Our religious saints must also see such problems with this perception and a changed mind set to help foster integrity and unity. Our focus should be on issues of growth and development, on providing the basics be it infrastructure,health,food,shelter ,education. Mutual understanding, right cause and right action are needed. The jungle law must go. The basics is for a no ...more
Answered by ARUN JAIN, 18 Sep '08 01:24 am

 
  
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The police is hand in glove with the VHP and the Bajrangis. In fact many police officers and PCs are from the Bajrang Dal cadres.
Answered by QueSera Sera, 18 Sep '08 12:33 am

 
  
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Pl.try to post question on reality basis not as self assesment
Answered by Pardeep kapoor, 18 Sep '08 12:30 am

 
  
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