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  1. Alex C. says

    The headline seems to suggest that there was a group protest over the murder investigation. Could you rectify it to read that the group was not protesting the investigation itself, but the slowness of it? Thanks!

    Let’s hope that the Ordinance moved due to Dr. Dabholkar’s sacrifice is duly enacted into Law and does not lapse after 6 months (as the Govt’s plan seems to be).

  2. Swatistar says

    @ Alex C.
    Thanks for the valid suggestion. I request the editors to make necessary changes.

    The State govt. is unwilling to crack down on right-wing extremist groups and the unlawful caste panchayats. In its attempt to not appear anti-Hindu or anti-religion, the cabinet has passed an Ordinance that has only 12 clauses of the 33 listed by Dr. Dabholkar.
    Activists of MANIS/ANIS are demanding that the murder investigation be handed over to the CBI.
    They’re also going to hold camps all over the State, explaining the Law and clearing misconceptions so that people pressurize their elected representatives to pass it in the assembly.

  3. grumpyoldfart says

    When I first heard the news of the assassination I instantly thought to myself, “Nobody will be arrested for this murder.”

    Strange isn’t it? The largest democracy in the world is the place where you least expect justice to be done.

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