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Navjot Sidhu supporting Anna, Live on TV outside Tihar Jail

Discussion in 'National Politics' started by Paagal, Aug 16, 2011.

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  1. Paagal

    Paagal FULL MEMBER

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    :crazy: Sidhu?

    He said PM is Rubber ka Gudda and Jail DG is Prime Minister today! :sad:

    He is only politician I respect from opposition coz he served India before joining politics, won elections 3 times, non corrupt, brave, very good in Indian languages plus english and presentable at world stage.

    :tsk:
     
  2. Galaxy

    Galaxy Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    Don't start such a thread just for the sake of starting a thread.
     
  3. Patrician

    Patrician Lieutenant SENIOR MEMBER

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    Do you know Sidhu is the prime accused in a murder case?
     
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    Mr.Ryu Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    Then why is he rooming out and poor Anna is inside damn the spine less cong govt.
     
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    In December 2006, Sidhu was found guilty and sentenced to a three-year prison term for culpable homicide following a road rage incident. Sidhu had allegedly assaulted a man in 1988 over a petty dispute over parking vehicles in Patiala. The victim, a 65-year old man named Gurnam Singh, subsequently succumbed to the injuries that were inflicted on him. Sidhu resigned as a Member of Parliament after the court decision and in January 2007 appealed to the Supreme Court. The Court stayed his conviction and sentence allowing him to contest and win the Amritsar Lok Sabha seat in February 2007.
     
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