This is a good decision by the court to safeguard the room where it happens retro poster the rights of the people whose images are on the posters. No one can be assumed guilty unless proven by a court of law. The duty to punish
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hate speeches by some may have triggered the Delhi riots, but how about Shaheen Bagh? Did it also not provide a spark? Prolonged blockade of a main road, the room where it happens retro poster putting people to inconvenience, was bound to rouse anger. The Delhi Police have already earned the blame for not taking timely action. To avoid further blame, it should clear Shaheen Bagh of protesters to prevent recurrence of another unfortunate incident. Even from coronavirus point of view, it would be advisable for the protesters to disperse since a large gathering can prove dangerous. Refer to ‘Ex-MPs’ pension costs exchequer Rs 70.50 cr’ ; a huge amount of money is being spent on people who don’t need it.
Dictionary explains ‘pension’ as an amount of money paid regularly by the government or a private company to a person who has stopped working because of having reached a certain age. These people are called retirees and pension is granted to them for their old age. But the pension to MPs defies this principle because most of them are actors and renowned industrialists, who have a lot of money, while retirees are dependent on pension or their children in their old age. The pension to MPs is a great burden on the public exchequer, which should be avoided. Apropos of ‘Posters on anti-CAA Act unjust’, the Allahabad HC has done well to slam the UP government’s move to put up banners, naming and shaming those who have not been proven guilty of any kind of violence. The government is playing politics to attract Hindu voters and pro-CAA voters.
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