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The way Rathore was attacked in court was horifying ,it shows that people are somehow loosing faith in the law enforcing agencies &this is not a good sign for our demoracy.comment

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Asked by Durgesh Bakshi, 15 Feb '10 10:56 pm
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Rathore invited it upon himself by having a constant smirk on his face. He showed no signs of remorse. He seemed to be making fun of the law. Anyone's blood would boil seeing all this. One person translated his hatred into action and attacked him. I am not at all surprised.
Answered by Jack Johnson, 16 Feb '10 12:46 am

 
  
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All revolutions in the world start when law enforcing agencies fail the to carry out the duties assigned to them. It generally starts with agitation, then skirmishes and finally violence when people start taking law in their hands. Though wahat happened to Mr. Rathore is to be condemned by one and all, what happened to Richika, that too with highest ranking police officer Mr. Rathore has to be taken extremely seriously and the Mr. Rathore must be punished with heaviest possible punishment because in addition to being a Govt. officer, he is supposed to be protector of weak.
Answered by BALU KAMAT, 15 Feb '10 11:04 pm

 
  
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It is high time we losing faith in law enforcing agencies and SLOWEST LEGAL SYSTEM which requires on an average 15 yrs min per case. (Civil or Criminal). Criminal case the average is over 20 yrs. The 1993 blast case took 16 long years and still all criminals are not behind bars. Kasab,Afzal Guru, Harshad Mahta, Ketan Parikh, Ramalinga Raju of Satyam all these cases are still pending and the lawyers and judges are MINTING money out of them.
Answered by Kuldeep Khatau, 15 Feb '10 11:17 pm

 
  
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Jab rakhshak hi bhakshak ban jayeinge to phir ... aur kya hoga ! ?
Answered by Praveen Kapur, 15 Feb '10 11:13 pm

 
  
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This is only a gimmik staged by Rathore himself To get more time to plant new evidences against the victim family.
Answered by rekha agarwal, 15 Feb '10 11:03 pm

 
  
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That was a stray incident.
Answered by Tony Fernandez, 15 Feb '10 11:02 pm

 
  
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The way Rathore's case has been dealt is very well showing that there are no laws for the influential people.Even after the case was reopened the date of hearing of it is being adjourned every time,wheras it is a simple case.There is a lot of evidence against Rathore and he should be awarded the highest punishment at the earliest.But in reality we see that he is still being helped to escape the law due to his high position.Hence the people are absolutely not wrong in losing faith in India's judiciary.Thogh I too condemn the attck on Rathore in court but the reason behind it is well understandable by all.
Answered by HEMANT MEHTA, 15 Feb '10 11:00 pm

 
  
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No I think this is a drama set up by Rathore, to get sympathy of the Judge.
He can do anything to prolong the case.
Answered by hitler, 15 Feb '10 10:58 pm

 
  
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Very true,, and more incidents are required,, somone should have killed that bas*** :( who can take advantage of a kid and still roam free,., worst crime of all :(
Answered by conviction, 15 Feb '10 11:55 pm

 
  
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