The worst hit in this socio-political slugfest are the policemen. While they probably hate to attack the common man protesting for a better India, their political masters force them to do otherwise.
It is so tragic that a constable on duty, who is merely asked to do a job by his superiors is killed whereas the GOVERNING PARTY AND THE POLITICIANS RULING DELHI SINCE 2004, WHO ARE THE REAL CULPRITS BEHIND THE CRIMES IN DELHI ARE SLEEPING SAFELY IN THE WARMTH OF THEIR BEDROOMS.
Where are those supporters of Arundathi Roy who spoke of the destruction of state and replacement with anarchy?
The lesson to be learnt is - Public protest is okay but mob violence is not. The solution to misgovernance is not mob rioting but show your anger at ballot box.
Ensure that THE CON Party does not GET EVEN A SINGLE VOTE In 2013 (delhi state) and 2014 (national election). That will be the right lesson for the criminals who govern Delhi and destroy the city from within.
This is really sad.
As I had written a couple of days back, police are also often victims in such cases. While a lot of the protestors might have been planning peaceful protests, a few trouble makers, either out of passion, or more likely, to achieve political ends, can cause trouble for both sides.
While I doubt culprits shall be identified, I hope they are, and given the maximum possible punishment. At the very least, his family should be properly compensated to mitigate the financial problems at least.
Another sad case illustrating the inherent violent nature of a mob. I am wondering how Arup Patnaik would have handled the mob. Success of such people is that they result in no headlines. So they go unappreciated.