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Should a ban be imposed on the sale of books and music from Pakistan in the recent initiative by MNS Party workers campaign??

Asked by cyrus irani, 05 Jan '09 04:21 pm
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It is ridiculous to impose such bans by sheer might of hooliganism. They are devoid of political acumen and want to retain their vote banks by Dadagiri. Theoretically, none is supposed to make money by entering politics and all these politicians declares from their roof tops that they have joined politics to serve people. Obviously the source of such selfless service originates from love for people. If the MNS leader had genuine love for people, then he could not have unleashed the vandalism against the north Indians in Mumbai. In the aftermath of 26/11, the chap was so scared due the unprecedented show of anger by public that he went in hiding for more than a month. Now he has to do something as otherwise he risks the chance of becoming political non-entity; that's why he has sent ultimatums to the book stores to withdraw the books authored by Pakistanis. I have read Mr. Mohsin Hamid's book called, 'The Reluctant Fundamentalist'. I recommend to all right thinking people (Indian o ...more
Answered by Sankar Mitra, 05 Jan '09 04:51 pm

 
  
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No. Arts and culture should be promoted. Where were these MNS party workers when Mumbai was burning. Now again they want thier presence felt thats all. Ignore them
Answered by Lakshmi Rajesh, 05 Jan '09 04:26 pm

 
  
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NO !! Art and literature has no boundaries. It should be banned if its abusive
Answered by sheetal lade, 05 Jan '09 04:25 pm

 
  
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No need for banning books or music ..... such bans are anti-freedom, dictarorial and serve no meaningful purpose.
Answered by mahesh chandra, 05 Jan '09 04:25 pm

 
  
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All sort of presure should be exhorted tp make pakistan yield to our demand of surrendring the culprits to us.this and many more restrictions should be imposed,ie not allowing the artrists of pakistan in india,no exchange of goods .trade or any thing for that matter, they have already taken us for ride and we see this melee. look at israil.in a way they have littrally eleminated the hammas once for all.when america suspected afganistan ,iraque what tey did? because of our hipcrite political frong we the public is suffering,and continue to suffer if the action is not taken now.
Answered by searcher, 05 Jan '09 05:16 pm

 
  
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