>>The seculars and the liberals wrote the Constitution of India.
The people who wrote the constitution of India should not be confused with ‘liberals’ and ‘seculars’ of today. Today's secualrs are basically a bunch of frauds who have arrogated themselves the above titles.
>>RSS Chief Golwalkar wanted the Constitution scrapped and a new constitution based on the Hindu tradition instituted.
As usual off to a tangent! We are not discussing peoples' wants here.
"Your idea of making Afzal Guru jump the line and be hanged before the 29 others ahead of him is brilliant."
Yes it is, because Afzal's crime is against the state, not against an individual. that deserves jumping the queue.
"The seculars and the liberals wrote the Constitution of India."
yes, and the law abiding truly seculars are following it. Its the "secular" congress and left parties and sundry muslims who dont follow it whenever the verdicts go against their liking!!
Nobody is asking for a new constitution based on the Hindu tradition, not BJP, not RSS. Golwalkar is dead for BJP and RSS. Barring people like Anwaar miyan no body even remembers him!
>> its the seculars and liberals of India who are ready to undermine the constitution at the drop of a hat.
The seculars and the liberals wrote the Constitution of India. RSS Chief Golwalkar wanted the Constitution scrapped and a new constitution based on the Hindu tradition instituted.
>> I also know that a few months down the line you voice your concerns on the inhuman practice of capital punishment.
Your idea of making Afzal Guru jump the line and be hanged before the 29 others ahead of him is brilliant. Maybe the BJP should make it an election slogan for the next election. I have said several times that I support abolition of the death penalty, but I have also said that that does not apply to Afzal because the Supreme Court has upheld his sentence and the death penalty is legal in India at this time.
"Afzal Guru has been sentenced to death, that decision still stands, and there is no secular or "pseudo-sickular" movement to reverse the judgement. "
As there is absolutely no scope to reverse the judgement, they are doing what is second best: not hang Afzal on some pretext or other.
Had there been any, they would have done it the way they did for Shah Bano case. But they got so much of flak for it they are scared to pull that stunt the second time.
"My reference was to the appeal process, which is not the same thing as going to "any extent".
In the Afzal Guru case, the supreme court too found him guilty, but it didnt placate you. You will continue whining even after (if) the president turns the appeal down. In your mind, Afzal is innocent so no process of trail will satisfy you.