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We feel that in the land of Buddha and Gandhi, death penalty has no place.


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1/D-54
Feb 14, 2013
11:19 AM

I am with you on substance that death pevelty should be abolished in INDIA. But I suspect your "conviction" on it. This is te not the first death penalty. I saw in outlook Jamia guys posting the same message, now women. I wonder whose agenda is it! don't be a pawn for media mogals or political partis. Let us abolish deth penalty.

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Pramod
Phoenix, United States
2/D-55
Feb 14, 2013
11:19 AM

These activists are more in touch with world outside India but very less with the real India. What punishment do they suggest for the Dehli Gang rape criminals? Whatif there are more attempts by terrorists to release these jailed terrorists and some security persons get killed? why these civil libert"y people take resposiblity for the security of nation ? The tone and tenor of  this appeal is anything but civil. they should remember that this "government "represent whole nation.

Anil P
Akola, India
3/D-116
Feb 14, 2013
11:12 PM

Dear LEFTIST ACTIVISTS,

You are saying that "We feel that in the land of Buddha and Gandhi, death penalty has no place. "

That is an interesting argument. So in the Land of Buddha and gandhi,that is in India,

1. Police should not bear arms like guns which are likely to kill people...

2. Army should not be provided with weapons, which are likely to cause destruction..

3. Death causing machinery and equipment of all kinds should be banned. Indian Railways kills 15000 people every year , which is more than the number of death sentences given to people across the world in all 200 nations in last 20 years. So we should shut down Indian railways as well.

I could go on and on.. but is not your argument patently absurd?

You have every right to feel sad about Shri Afzal guru's death and unhappy about the death of Kasab. You have every right to demand the abolition of death penalty. But do not even quote Buddha and Gandhi as excuses since no nation of 120 crore people can be run 100% based on the principles and teachings of a few individuals. And if that were the case, we wont be a democracy, we would be a theocracy like Pakistan.

Ramki
Delhi, India
4/D-56
Feb 15, 2013
07:01 PM

        We feel that in the land of Buddha and Gandhi, death penalty has no place.

Death penality will stop if terrorism, rapes, murders will stop too in the land of Gandhi and Buddha.  I am not sure why these people are wasting the ink writing these pathetic letters. Indians in general support death penality 

BTW, the first signatory on the letter is Devaki Jain, Feminist (sic) Economist, Delhi. What exactly is her economics about. Bras and panties?

AbhishekSharman
New Delhi, India
5/D-58
Feb 15, 2013
07:03 PM

  We feel that in the land of Buddha and Gandhi, death penalty has no place.

Death penality will stop if terrorism, rapes, murders will stop too in the land of Gandhi and Buddha. I am not sure why these people are wasting the ink writing these pathetic letters. Indians in general support death penality

BTW, the first signatory on the letter is Devaki Jain, Feminist (sic) Economist, Delhi. What exactly is her economics about?

AbhishekSharman
New Delhi, India
6/D-86
Feb 15, 2013
10:35 PM

 Anil P >> These activists are more in touch with world outside India but very less with the real India. What punishment do they suggest for the Dehli Gang rape criminals?

What are these intellectuals going to do about the kashmir pandits. Ask them and they will give the standard lie - KPs left due to conspiracy, they left voluntarily..

So much for intellectuals of India and dynasty.

We may have so many arguments against death penalty but the intellectuals and their lies cannot be the basis for same.

Ramki
Delhi, India
7/D-87
Feb 15, 2013
10:38 PM

 Abhisheksharman >> BTW, the first signatory on the letter is Devaki Jain, Feminist (sic) Economist, Delhi. What exactly is her economics about?

Very simple. The economics of these jobless, self appointed intellectuals is to organize protest industry on various liberal causes, thus always stay in limelight and use the same to network with people in positions and power . The networking helps them to build a career around speaking in seminars, lectures, all often outside India and in short live a good life by talking about problems and solutions that are least connected with real life.

These intellectuals are new age parasites who use a gullible public who are ready to fall to their pseudo liberalism . And these parasitic termites are amply supported by our media houses which use them for their own advancement.

Ramki
Delhi, India
8/D-63
Feb 19, 2013
03:28 PM

"No death Penalty In the land of Gandhi....blah blah"!!! At the outset I am against Death penalty. But invoke Gandhi? Gandhi could have petitioned the Brit Govt to commute the death sentence of BhagatSingh, Rajguru & Sukhdeo. But he did nothing. That time he took a "principled stand" about Crime & Punishment & justice. So much for the non-violenc!!

Abhijit Kane
Mumbai, India
9/D-85
Feb 19, 2013
06:16 PM

"No death Penalty In the land of Gandhi....blah blah"!!! "

The irony is, Gandhi murderers were given death penulty and were hanged.

Maha
NJ, United States
10/D-102
Feb 19, 2013
08:22 PM

 "We feel that in the land of Buddha and Gandhi, death penalty has no place. "

In the land of Buddha, there should be no punishment. Period. We will turn the other cheek. When somebody robs my TV, let me also give the DVD player. 

And in the land of Gandhi, there should be no hospitals or railways. Let us implement all that he said in Hind Swaraj.

Rakhal
Philadelphia, United States
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