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Whats wrong with the ppl in our country. Can anyone just go on a hugner strike and demand whatever he/she wants? How can someone, who is serving a jail sentence in the assassination case of none other than the former PM Rajiv Gandhi, have the guts to demand her own release? Does she realise the depth of the crime she has committed?No matter what her circumstances were and why she committed that heinous crime - whether she was ignorant or not - she should know there is no escape route once you are found guilty of being involved in such an act. Your views plz??

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Asked by cyrus irani, 23 Sep '09 04:35 pm
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Cyrus ji, this will happen only in our country. Though we are supposed to be a democratic country, our systems, decisions are ruled by political leaders who are busy in filling their own pockets at the cost of even our national security. In Nalini's case Smt Sonia herself has forgiven her brutal act (not sure about the reason behind such a great noble act). We are either peace-loving people who still follow Mahatmaji's policy of non-violence or we have no time in strongly reacting to such terrorist activities, busy in our own world. Otherwise what steps we have taken to suppress such terrorism towards us? How many innocent lives are lost in such terrible incidents? If this was happened in any other country, they would've taken necessary measures long before. Of course we are proud of our valuing humanity, but we should not promote terrorism with that. Such persons should be taught a good lesson, so that they should not again do such activities in their life and others should not dare t ...more
Answered by Muktha Radhakrishnan, 23 Sep '09 06:08 pm

 
  
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You are right. An assassin is an assassin and no pardon should be given to such a person.
Answered by Mitali Choudhury, 23 Sep '09 05:21 pm

 
  
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I'm also pissed off buddy ...look at the system v have
1) All of us 120 crores + all other indians outside india simply watching that our syustem doing nothing with Ajmal amir kasab
2) Noida killer Moninder acquitted ...????
3) V have forgotten about Sukram - Telecom minister who swindled 1000 crores
4) V watched that politicians do not allow a Tata to put up a modern plant in a backward area
5) V watched some hooligans beat up girls in the name of a God in karnataka in front of camera
Similar instances can be named in a big list . when instances like these can happen Nalini seeking release & fast is one another stunt & politicians are only worried that one of their colleagues had mentioned economy class as cattle class ...!!!!!!! - System is Bad my friend. We all of us need to change.
Answered by suresh, 23 Sep '09 04:46 pm

 
  
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Any one in this country has the right to go on a hunger strike, you cant deny that. but whether the person gets what he wants or not is not to be decided by that person at all. i can demand for the moon from the govt, but will the govt give it to me, I dont think so.
secondaly , re this woman, the maximum jail sentence for murder is life sentence which is nor mally for 14 years and she has been in jail for EIGHTEEN YEARS. THINK about it from her angle also. is she right or not. whether the govt agrees or not, is a different thing altogether
Answered by iqbal seth, 23 Sep '09 04:40 pm

 
  
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We can follow rules
Answered by anil garg, 01 Mar '10 01:24 am

 
  
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You are right. Once a crime is committed and you are convicted there is no begging of mercy without having to taste the punishment. If you start pardoning every criminal without having them to go through punishment then it will become a major loophole in the law and every criminal mind and every miscreant of society will take advantage of it. When you punish a criminal it sends a strong message to people out there in society who are of similar thinking that "watch out guys! The law is in place and it will take care of you in case you wish to execute your plans". The only person that is eligible and worth of fighting for justice is the one who is falsely framed or accused and convicted wrongly.
Answered by SK. Abdul Mohammed Jafar Sadik Basha, 25 Sep '09 01:23 am

 
  
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