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It will be nearly one year on 26/11 when Mumbai was attacked by terrorists via sea-link on two hotels and other place and hence a Peace Run is organised by 50 NGO's combined on 22nd Nov 2009 and flagging of will be by none other then Padamshree Nana Chudasama and led by other celebrities. To remember the victims of the heinous Terrorist attack its been organised. We have already arrested a terrorist and the case is still going on till 1 year with no juidgement in sight still/ Do we want such peace marches when the victims kin needs judgement from our Government?? I suppose if it was in oth

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Asked by cyrus irani, 23 Nov '09 06:43 pm
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These people are like vulture. They need death for their survival. These run are publicity stunt organized by the NGOs. They use these kind of event to attract funds from their foreign sponsors. A good part of the money goes to fund the post run celebration in some five star hotel by the big wigs. While common people like fools participate in these run and provide the tamasha, the organizer make hefty sums and good publicity out of these kind of "runs'. These are devils in our society who have fun out of other people's suffering. If at all they want to show respect for the victims, Instead of a back slapping and laughing run, they should organize a sober silent march followed by prayers to the departed souls.
Answered by Shyam, 25 Nov '09 08:38 am

 
  
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I do mot see any useful purpose of a peace march.We shoyuld rather concentrate on deliverinhg justice fast and punishing the criminals involved in the attack.From the attitude of the government it seems that it is purposely delaying the trial to appease the minority community in India.I just can't understand how low a government can stoop for the purpose of getting votes and coming to power.Had it been any other country the criminals would have already been awarded the capital punishment in such a period.
Answered by HEMANT MEHTA, 23 Nov '09 06:48 pm

 
  
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Why the NGO are not sponsoring a few AK56 guns and grenades so that volunteers will go to pakistan and make them feel what we felt after 26/11
Answered by manoj thakur, 25 Nov '09 12:39 pm

 
  
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Victims need to be compensated adequately by all concerned But unless the crime is proved with adiquate meterial evidence as per the law of the land the perpetraters of crime are as good as any citizen except that he is fed and protected by law enforcement agencies.Insted of peace march it should be a protest march to force the gov.to expedite the judicial process.
Answered by bhaskara rao, 23 Nov '09 06:57 pm

 
  
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None other than eminent citizens like film stars like Dilip Kumar, ex-Mumbai sheriff Nana Chudasama, social worker Yusuf Merchant and Vipul Kadri, director of NGO ! Sanghavi wrote this in 1998, much before Sanjay was freed of terrorism charges, But even then he admits!
Answered by Amit Dhabboo, 23 Nov '09 06:51 pm

 
  
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