What a Shame!

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An honorable MLA pledges to commit suicide….How ridiculous! Careless of his several thousands people of his constituency is not even sensible towards his moral and legal obligation. What of those disappointed youths who might have supported him and thought of him as their leader?

Party officials must take action against him for this heinous thought of the MLA. It’s a public statement which has touched the height of shame and must be reviewed by legal experts to initiate legal action. H must be taught that self –immolation is illegal. It sends a very bad signal to a living and civilized society.


Madani Mohiuddin Ahmad, King Saud University, Riyadh, KSA. email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Phone: 00966-542514538 (KSA), 0091- 9873503721 (New Delhi, India).


 

Comments:

Very true.. Only coward gives threat of suicides.. If he had enough courage, he would have done it by now! - Shahid Raza - July 3, 2008
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Someone needs to call Phalguni Yadav's bluff. Such 'nautankibaaj' should not be the representatives of the people.

So he gets pushed from the platform and he calls it an attempt to assassinate him. Some imagination! And what stopped him from going to the court?

This is not to justify what the minister did but still, there is a thing called 'til ka taar' and Mr. Yadav certainly knows how to turn a 'til' into a 'taar'. Just tell us Mr. Yadav, what is exactly bugging you? It's definitely not that you got pushed by a minister but you have some other things in your mind. Why don't you come out clean and tell us your real motive?

I wouldn't hold my breath till the monsoon session of the state assembly when Mr. Yadav is supposed make a fool of himself. By then Mr. Yadav would have 'cut a deal' with the Chief Minister and everyone would live happily ever after until a need for more 'nautanki' is felt! - Vikas Chandra - July 3, 2008


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I agree with Mr. Madani's view. Mr. MLA should refrain from cheap and un-thoughtful political act which is not going to deliver anything to his constituency. If he really feel it is attempt of murder then he should go to court instead of asking justice from CM. It is another example of funny politician from Bihar. He should be penalized for his unmindful act. - Anil Kumar - July 3, 2008

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