Saturday, 13 October 2012

It looks like a sheer case of witch hunting:

Although released now, Arvind Kejriwal, a member of IAC (India Against Corruption), was arrested and put behind the bar in a New Delhi Jail the other day. The offence he committed was that he staged a protest demonstration against the Union Law Minister, Salman Khurshid, demanding his resignation for his alleged involvement in running a trust jointly with his wife with some deal which was not above board. What’s wrong if some one launches a protest against a minister, or any body else, against some thing he feels as unjust and unfair. There are several legitimate means which the governmental agencies can adopt for solving the issues, alleged or otherwise, leaving the decision part of them on the relative channels so harnessed for the purpose. Same thing appears now likely in the case of Baba Ramdeo with an attempt to frame him on some allegation or the other including the one relating to disappearance of his Guru from the Ashram. The case, as is the talk of the people, is an old one, and if there is any truth in it, the action in the matter might well have been taken long back. Why the need for such an action arose only after Baba Ramdeo became an staunch supporter of the movement against corruption and black money. The government’s approach in the whole episode is based on thoroughly pre-conceived notions and, taken in totality of it, it looks like nothing but a sheer witch hunting.

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