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For 43-year-old Kanimozhi, her days in the 15 ft x10 ft solitary cell in India's most secured prison are spent mostly pining, and sometimes crying for her son or reading newspapers and writing, according to Tihar Jail sources - It is pitiable -What do you feel ?

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Asked by venkatesaldevarajan, 26 Jun '11 12:34 pm
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In an business empire in most cases the woman members are there as directors for record purpose only while there are professionals to run the concern. In all probability Dayalu Ammal and Kanimozhi are in the Kalignar TV Director's list for names sake and the concern in run by Mr Sarath, who was earlier with the Sun TV. In all probability she might have the knowledge of the money transfer and that has landed her in trouble .If she was not in the director's list and even if she has done all the transfers she could have escaped .Karunanidhi is in the crest of politics and money since 1967 and as such she might not have known what is hardship is all about. While a poor goes on living with hunger as it is not alien to him, a rich will raise the hell if he is to skip at least 2 meals in case of some mishap. As such even if it is pitiable, such a prison life for her will do a load of goods to her mentally and make her tough.
Answered by Josna, 26 Jun '11 02:19 pm

 
  
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I feel pity for the child. She is in that cell for valid reasons. Think of so many poor people living in small huts in her state unable to get proper food her their children. I have seen people without clothes on way to Ooty (Udagamangalam). After so many years of independence, nothing has been done for the improvement of many people. What about them! They pine for basic things for their children and many times are unable to give them food to eat.
We should not pity for her. Let her realise her folly but for the innocent child, yes, I feel pity.
Answered by Francisco, 26 Jun '11 12:52 pm

 
  
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Maybe. But why pity Kani alone? Are there not thousands of people across the country languishing in innumerable jails without any trial? Has Kan's father and have her sympathisers ever given a thought to those hapless persons? I have no sympathy for persons merely because they are powerful financially or politically.
Answered by mandook, 26 Jun '11 01:54 pm

 
  
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When a person's greed goes beyond certain limits s/he does sinful acts beyond imaginations . Kanimozhi's case is like this only . Her pining and crying for her son may be showy to get sympathy from the court . The SC is the best judge and we should not lose sight of the fact that any leniency on the part of the court to grant her bail early may lead to tempering with the evidences against her . Her condition may be pitiable but we need to wait and watch till SC directive to CBI to collect other information is duly gathered while she is in jail .
Answered by sk singh, 26 Jun '11 01:42 pm

 
  
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Child is being used to evoke empathy and sympathy
detail would show many her actions have deprived many mothers of similar bonds
it is divine justice
Answered by raj sharma, 26 Jun '11 01:05 pm

 
  
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The wages of sin is death, but she is dying, while living, yes...pitiable :-(
Answered by Dil Se, 26 Jun '11 01:01 pm

 
  
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A couple if days back, one of our friends in this forum said that she was volunteerly learning to make candles and a fortnight ago she was leading a delegation to the Jail authorities with some demand. Now you say that she is cring for her son; reading, writing and so on......Well, Kanimozhi is not weak: mentally, physically and spiritually, as well. Giving her any benefit of doubt on her seemingly vulnerable behaviour would be nothing other than ones illusion.
Source: siachen
Answered by Siachen, 26 Jun '11 12:59 pm

 
  
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As a mother, her feeling and missing her son is understandable and deserve sympathy.

But considering what the Father, Daughter and Sons have done to the country, they deserve this. In fact most members of her family are guilty of wrong doing. This should serve as a strong message to all wrong doers.
Answered by Shashi LS, 26 Jun '11 12:53 pm

 
  
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Yeah... A LESSON TO ALL WRONG DOERS.. ..look where she landed... GREEDY FOR MONEY.......all CROCODILE TEARS..!
Answered by Avishka Iyer, 26 Jun '11 12:47 pm

 
  
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Let her be there for another 2yrs ....... she should realise the consequences of playing with common innocent people money ...... what is the result of bad deeds ....... ye logon ki badd dua ke natija ......
Answered by pradeep mishra, 26 Jun '11 12:41 pm

 
  
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