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Narendra Modi to Urdu newspaper: Hang me if I am guilty

Discussion in 'National Politics' started by layman, Jul 26, 2012.

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  1. rcscwc

    rcscwc Major SENIOR MEMBER

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    Siddiq declares on TV that the purpose of the interview was not to seek honest views but to tarnish the image of Modi. For this he has gone into history as the last person to interview Modi.

    Then he was DISHONEST and lied about the contents of the interview.
     
  2. rcscwc

    rcscwc Major SENIOR MEMBER

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    Do it yourself SIR. Why should others do your dirty jobs, whichever of them you mean?
     
  3. rcscwc

    rcscwc Major SENIOR MEMBER

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    In 02 army was shifted from Jasthan by helicopters and was in A'bad on March 1. This fool Siddique too talked of 3 days gap!! DISHONEST LIAR. Assam already has army presence and other para military forces. Still it took Gogoi five days to call in army!!

    Assam is burning, B'deshi infiltrators are the culprits and Bodos, Hindus and Buddhists, are the target. So why should our secular media notice it? they are busy calling them B'deshi SETTLERS!!
     
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    rcscwc Major SENIOR MEMBER

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    You know he is guilty?? Then take challenge and prove him guilty in a court.

    And, what apology for ZERO crime?

    You need to put on your objective cap. Your subjective proofs are of ZERO value.
     
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    rcscwc Major SENIOR MEMBER

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    When YOU have proved him guilty. In a Court of Law, SIR. A court under Indian laws not shariat "laws".
     
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    Devil Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    was Jagdish titler or other hanged in case of 1984 politicians don't get hanged so easily and are very hard to prove guilty because govt courts all these are connected together when it involves religion politics and other things involved nothing is ever going to happen to them just because they have not found guilty does not mean they are not guilty because indian judicial system is flawed.

    Judicial corruption

    Corruption is rampant in India's courts. According to Transparency International, judicial corruption in India is attributable to factors such as "delays in the disposal of cases, shortage of judges and complex procedures, all of which are exacerbated by a preponderance of new laws".[13] Most disturbing is the fact that corruption has reached the highest judicial forum i.e. Supreme Court of India. Some notable cases include:

    In December 2009, noted social activist, campaigner for judicial accountability and a Supreme Court lawyer Prashant Bhushan in response to the notice of contempt issued by the Supreme Court (for his interview to a news magazine in which he had said, "out of the last 16 to 17 Chief Justices, half have been corrupt"), filed an affidavit standing by his earlier comments saying: "It is My Honest And Bonafide Perception".[14] Later In September 2010, he submitted a supplementary affidavit in which he submitted evidence to back his allegations.[15] In November 2010, former Law Minister, Shanti Bhushan echoed Prashant Bhushan's claim saying: “It is my firm belief that there is a lot of corruption in judiciary. I am saying the same thing which Prashant Bhushan had said. The question of apology does not arise. I will rather prefer to go to jail. The judiciary cannot be cleansed unless the matter is brought into the public domainâ€.[16]
    In June 2011, a very widely respected former Chief Justice of India J. S. Verma echoed these views saying that "certain individuals with doubtful integrity were elevated within the higher judiciary" He cited the case of Justice M. M. Punchhi, whose impeachment had been sought by the campaign for judicial accountability. Justice Verma said he was willing to permit the allegations to be probed but the political executive refused to allow this. Justice Verma further explained, "Because the allegations, if proved, were serious and therefore they required to be investigated, so that one could know whether they were true or not." He acknowledged that Justice Punchhi was later elevated to CJI despite facing "serious allegations". Justice Verma also talked about another former CJI K G Balakrishnan's continuance as National Human Rights Commission chairman. Justice Verma said, "He should have demitted long back and if he doesn't do it voluntarily, the government should persuade him to do that, otherwise, proceed to do whatever can be done to see that he demits office."[17]
    In November 2011, a former Supreme Court Justice Ruma Pal slammed the higher judiciary for what she called the seven sins. She listed the sins as:
    Turning a blind eye to the injudicious conduct of a colleague
    Hypocrisy – the complete distortion of the norm of judicial independence
    Secrecy – the fact that no aspect of judicial conduct including the appointment of judges to the High and Supreme Court is transparent
    Plagiarism and prolixity – meaning that very often SC judges lift whole passages from earlier decisions by their predecessors and do not acknowledge this – and use long-winded, verbose language
    Self Arrogance – wherein the higher judiciary has claimed crass superiority and independence to mask their own indiscipline and transgression of norms and procedures
    Professional arrogance – whereby judges do not do their homework and arrive at decisions of grave importance ignoring precedent or judicial principle
    Nepotism – wherein favors are sought and dispensed by some judges for gratification of varying manner

    you have too much trust in modi
     
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    rcscwc Major SENIOR MEMBER

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    My trust gaya tel lene ie two hoots for my trust. But, there is just no case against him. HC appointed SIT against him has turned up a big NOTHING. Who are you going to trust?

    In the style of Kursheid: If you do not trust even the SC, then go to UNO.
     
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    Devil Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    too much headache can't do it sorry :yes:
     
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    rcscwc Major SENIOR MEMBER

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    No need to apolgise for being unable to do what SITs could not do. But they at least keep quite quite.
     
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    rcscwc Major SENIOR MEMBER

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    Right. So state govt should have hanged the passengers of S-6 coach. By not doing so, it forced the muslim innicent babes to act.
     
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    How secular congress and SP are can be judged from the fact that they have decided to treat Siddiqui like an outcaste.
    What crime did he do?
    He went and interviewed NAMO as he is also a journalist and printed that interview in a widely read Urdu weekly. He printed the version of NAMO about 2002 riots for a muslim population which is considered the vote bank of seculars and also the only secular population of India.
    Why is it that these parties do not want the otherside of the story be told to the masses? Every incident has three versions, one of the attacker, one of the sufferer and one the correct one. from the version of attacker and the sufferer emerges the correct version. By forcing only one side to the muslim masses, we are denying them the correct story.
     
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    Guynextdoor Lt. Colonel SENIOR MEMBER

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    retirement must be fun....
     
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    layman Aurignacian STAR MEMBER

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    He one guy who has the guts to say if am wrong hang me… Very much appreciated. Damn other politicians
     
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    Documentary on Gujarat riots dropped from exhibition in Beijing

    Documentary on Gujarat riots dropped from exhibition in Beijing | NDTV.com

    BJP response to this:

    I do not understand why GOI want to ruin the image of my state.
     
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    layman Aurignacian STAR MEMBER

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    ^^^ Well they don’t like the progress of the state, a Non-Congress State progressing and Congress States lamenting with Riots… THey have planed to bring whole India to a brink of communal violence and they will do anything to get it done.
     
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