December 24, 2012

Indian Outrage Degenerates into Anarchy

B Raman, Rediff

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It is important for our youth to realize that whatever be their anger and outrage, they cannot take the law into their own hands. The police have a duty to perform in maintaining law and order and should be allowed to do so.

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