24 November 2018

22 Nov. ND: Tulsiram Prajapati encounter: Amit Shah, 3 IPS officers among main conspirators, say probe officer/ Judge Loya died of ‘radioactive isotope poisoning’ and not heart attack: Nagpur lawyer

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22 Nov. 2018:13 Rabiul-I 1440: Vol: 11, No:61
Tulsiram Prajapati encounter: Amit Shah, 3 IPS officers among main conspirators, say probe officer
Mumbai:BJP president Amit Shah and IPS officers Dinesh M N, Rajkumar Pandiyan and D G Vanzara were the “principal conspirators” in the alleged fake encounter of Tulsiram Prajapati in Gujarat in 2006, a chief investigating officer of the case told a special court on Wednesday.Sandeep Tamgadge, who investigated and supervised the case from April 2012, also said that there was a “politician-criminal” nexus, and named Amit Shah and Rajasthan Home Minister Gulabchand Kataria as the alleged “politicians” who had “used criminals” —- Sohrabuddin Shaikh, Tulsiram and Azam Khan —- to fire at the office of Popular Builders in 2004.Shah, Kataria, Dinesh MN Pandiyan and Vanzara —- who were all named as accused in the case —- were discharged by the trial court between 2014 and 2017.Tamgadge also claimed that CDRs of the accused had established their conspiracy to commit the offence. During cross-examination, the officer agreed to the suggestion that CDRs are one of the best evidence to determine a person’s location at a particular time. Asked whether any of CDRs collected during the probe had established conspiracy, Tamgadge responded in the affirmative. When defence lawyers asked him to name people whose CDRs established the conspiracy, Tamgadge said, “CDRs of (Amit) Shah, Dinesh MN, Vanzara, Pandiyan, Vipul Agarwal, Ashish Pandya, NH Dabhi, GS Rao.”Of them, Pandya, Dabhi and Rao continue to face trial; others have been discharged for lack of evidence. CBI had included calls between these men, before and after the alleged offence, in its chargesheet. Trial court,while discharging the accused, had said there was insufficient evidence against them.indianexpress
Amit Shah among main conspirators in Sohrabuddin encounters, chief investigating officer to CBI court
Judge Loya died of ‘radioactive isotope poisoning’ and not heart attack: Nagpur lawyer
Nagpur-based advocate, Satish Mahadeorao Uke, has filed a writ petition before the Nagpur Bench of the Bombay High Court, alleging that Judge BH Loya died of ‘radioactive isotope poisoning’ and not due to a heart attack. In the petition, he also alleged that he has a threat to his life from BJP Chief Amit Shah.According to a report in Telegraph, Satish Mahadeorao Uke said, “I don’t know whether I will be alive tomorrow. Records related to Judge Loya’s death were destroyed but we have recovered documents through other departments, which I have submitted with the petition. My appeal to the court is to ensure that the documents are protected so that the investigation can be carried out even if I am dead.”“We have further evidence regarding Judge Loya’s death which will be submitted before the high court later,” Uke said.The petitioner had earlier brought to attention the suspicious deaths of two aides of Judge BH Loya.The death of Judge Loya, who was presiding over an alleged fake encounter case in which BJP leader Amit Shah was subsequently discharged, has been marred with controversy.nationalheraldindia
In Judge BH Loya's Death Case, Lawyer Petitions High Court Seeking Probe
Illegal migrants should be deported, parties not supporting NRC undermining national security: Army ChiefIndia
Army chief General Bipin Rawat has said that illegal migrants who have entered the country illegally over the course of time should be deported. In an interview with Times Now's Editor-in-Chief Rahul Shivshankar, Army chief said that he supports National Register of Citizens and added that parties who were protesting against it were undermining national security. “People who are residing in India illegally should absolutely be deported. If they are legal, they need to be amalgamated. But then that amalgamation must happen in a way that it should be beneficial for everybody,” he said.Times Now
J&K Assembly dissolved as parties with opposing ideologies can’t form stable government: Governor
Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik on Wednesday cited four reasons for dissolving the state Assembly. In a press statement issued in the evening, the governor said he took the decision “based on the material available to him from multiple sources”.One of the reasons for dissolving the Assembly is the “impossibility of forming a stable government by the coming together of political parties with opposing political ideologies”, he said. In an unprecedented move, rival regional parties Peoples Democratic Party and the National Conference formed an alliance along with the Congress. Both Peoples Democratic Party President Mehbooba Mufti and People’s Conference leader Sajad Lone, with the support of the Bharatiya Janata Party, have staked claim to form government.“The coming together of such parties in a grouping is nothing but an attempt to gain power rather than to form a responsive government,” the governor’s statement read.
BJP slams PDP-Congress-NC alliance calling it combination of terror-friendly parties
New Delhi:After PDP, Congress and NC announced their decision to stake claim to form the government in Jammu and Kashmir, BJP slammed the alliance saying it is a combination of "terror-friendly parties".Even as People's Conference claimed the support of BJP to form the government, the saffron party said the best option now was to call for fresh elections in the state after the Governor dissolved the assembly.So far, the BJP had maintained that the state was doing fine under Governor's Rule in these 5 months after BJP pulled out of its alliance with PDP. BJP said on Twitter, soon after the state governor dissolved the assembly, that the border state cannot afford horse-trading and instability keeping its security scenario in mind.indiatoday
P Chidambaram: J&K Governor feels democracy is “outdated”
Taking umbrage to the sudden dissolution of the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly, former Union Minister and Congress veteran P Chidambaram on Thursday, claimed that for BJP-appointed Governor Satya Pal Malik, parliamentary democracy was "outdated". A day after Malik's dramatic move dissolving the House shortly after PDP, National Conference and the Congress came together to stake claim to form a government, Chidambaram took to Twitter to express his outrage."As long as no one staked a claim to form government, Jammu and Kashmir Governor was happy to keep Assembly under suspension. The moment someone staked a claim, he dissolved the Assembly. Parliamentary democracy standing on its head," said the former Union Finance Minister.nationalheraldindia
J&K Assembly dissolved LIVE : Governor acted on directions of PM, says Manish Tewari
Congress national spokesperson Manish Tewari condemned the dissolution of the J&K Assembly, saying Governor Satyapal Malik acted on the directions of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his office. "J&K governor has played with the Constitution of the country. The act to dissolve the assembly has been taken on the directions of the prime minister and PMO," Tewari said at a press conference. Commenting on the sudden dissolution of J&K assembly, Kerala CN Pinarayi Vijayan described the action of Governor Satyapal Malik as "undemocratic and anti-people". The governor had a constitutional obligation to allow an opportunity for the PDP to prove its claims of a majority, Vijayan said in a Facebook Post. This whole affair can be only be viewed as a "political game orchestrated by the central govt using governors as pawns," he alleged.indianexpress
Modi Govt. Slammed for Dissolving J&K Assembly after Rivals Staked Claim to Form Govt.
Ram Madhav backtracks on ‘instruction from Pak’ remark after Twitter duel with Omar Abdullah
New Delhi :After his “instruction from Pakistan” remark set off a duel with National Conference leader Omar Abdullah on Twitter, BJP general secretary Ram Madhav on Thursday said, “I take back my comment.” BJP leader retracted his previous statement hours after Abdullah dared Madhav to prove his allegation that NC boycotted the local polls in J&K at Pakistan’s behest.The two leaders clashed on the microblogging site, a day after Governor Satya Pal Malik issued an order dissolving the state assembly. The Governor’s move came shortly after the Mehbooba Mufti-led PDP staked claim to form the government with the backing of rival NC and the Congress. 2-member People’s Conference also staked the claim, claiming the support of BJP and 18 legislators from other parties. Earlier in the day, Madhav alleged that the PDP and the NC boycotted the local body polls last month because they had “instructions from across the border”. “Probably they had fresh instructions from across the border to come together and form govt. What they did prompted Guv to look into the whole issue,” he was quoted as saying by ANI.indianexpress
J&K Assembly dissolution: Madhav withdraws 'made in Pak' jibe against PDP,NC;masks it as humour
Pakistan not involved with J&K’s mainstream parties: BJP allies disagree with Ram Madhav
New Delhi: At least 2 prominent allies of BJP have distanced themselves from remarks made by the party’s national general secretary Ram Madhav, who accused the PDP and NC of attempting to form a government in Jammu and Kashmir on “instructions from across the border”.Senior Janata Dal (United) leader K.C. Tyagi told ThePrint that Madhav’s remarks were irresponsible and that his party, which is in an alliance with the BJP in Bihar, does not subscribe to it.“My party and I disagree with Madhav’s accusation of Pakistani involvement in bringing the NC and PDP together to stitch an alliance,” Tyagi said. “BJP too has been in alliance with the NC and the PDP in the past. I do not think that Pakistan is involved in the politics of mainstream parties in the Valley.”RLSP, led by Union Minister Upendra Kushwaha, said it condemns the remarks.theprint
J&K assembly dissolution ‘murder of democracy’: Sharad Yadav
Veteran politician Sharad Yadav Thursday called the dissolution of Jammu and Kashmir assembly a “murder of democracy”. J&K Governor Satya Pal Malik abruptly dissolved the state assembly Wednesday night, hours after PDP staked claim to form a government with backing of the rival NC and the Congress.PTI
Bhima Koregaon violence: Relief from arrest to Gautam Navlakha, two others extended till Dec. 14
Bombay High Court on Thursday further extended the interim protection from arrest to human rights activist Gautam Navlakha, civil rights activist Anand Teltumbde and activist Stan Swamy till Dec. 14 in connection with the Bhima Koregaon violence case. The trio was earlier granted the relief on November which ended yesterday. While referring to an application filed by Navlakha seeking quashing of his name from the chargesheet, the public prosecutor told the court that there was sufficient evidence and reasons for not quashing his name, ANI reported. However, the bench slammed the prosecutor and directed him to present all the relevant materials before the court by Dec.4.On Aug. 29, five activists — Varavara Rao, Arun Ferreira, Vernon Gonsalves, Sudha Bharadwaj and Gautam Navlakha — were put under house arrest following an SC order.indianexpress
To mark next anniversary of Koregaon Battle, Bhim Army plans mahasabha, meet with SPPU students
Dalit organisation Bhim Army on Wednesday announced a series of events in the two days leading up to the upcoming Jan.1 anniversary of the Battle of Bhima Koregaon, with its firebrand leader, and founder, Chandrashekhar Azad, alias Ravan, planning to address a massive gathering of Dalit groups on Dec. 30.At a press conference, Datta Pol, the Pune district president of Bhim Army, said that the organisation planned to hold a ‘Bhima Koregaon Sangharsh Mahasabha’ on the SSPMS grounds in the city, in which Azad and several other leaders would participate.The next day, on Dec.31, Azad also plans to address students at Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) on the situation of the Ambedkarite movement, during an interaction titled ‘Samvad Ambedkari Tarunaishi (Dialogue with Ambedkarite Students).’indianexpress
Hashimpura massacre case: 4 of 16 PAC officials surrender at Delhi court
New Delhi: 4 of 16 PAC personnel, convicted in the Hashimpura massacre case earlier this month, surrendered at Tis Hazari court in the city on Thursday. The Delhi High Court had given them time till today to surrender, failing which it had ordered the Station House Officers to take them into custody. The four will be sent to Tihar jail. The court has issued non-bailable warrant against the rest of the convicted jawans.The court, overturning a trial court verdict, handed the personnel life terms on Nov.1, after finding that “this case points to the systemic failure that results, not infrequently, in miscarriage of justice”. The case dates back to 1987, when 38 Muslims were whisked away from their homes in Hashimpura village in UP’s Meerut by PAC personnel and shot dead. Their bodies were disposed of in a canal. 19 accused in the case — 3 died during the trial — were charged with criminal conspiracy, kidnapping, murder and causing evidence of the crime to disappear.In its judgment, the HC said: “Around 42 to 45 men, old and young, all Muslim, were rounded up by PAC, packed into a truck and taken away. Each of them was shot by PAC personnel with .303 rifles in cold blood and the bodies dispatched to a watery grave — some in Gang nahar (Ganga canal) and the remaining in the Hindon river.”indianexpress
LPG price crosses ₹1,000 for the first time in 70 years; Modi govt silent
The cost of non-subsidised domestic LPG (14.2-kg cylinder) is hovering around the ₹1,000 mark in most regions of Karnataka, and in Bidar a cylinder is being sold at ₹1,015.5. In Bengaluru, a 14.2 kg domestic LPG cylinder is sold at ₹941 to a non-subsidised customer, while it is sold at ₹921 at Mangaluru (closer to LPG import facility as well as bottling plant), ₹962 at Hubballi and ₹956 at Belagavi. Prices were ₹654, ₹630, ₹670 and ₹666 a cylinder at these places, respectively, in April this year, while it was ₹721 in Bidar.According LPG requirements in Bidar are catered to by the Belagavi bottling plant. Karnataka has 11 such plants across the State established by 3 public sector oil marketing companies. It’s not just in Karnataka, in Nitish Kumar-led Bihar, a domestic non-subsidised cylinder costs ₹1041.5.Criticising the Modi government over the constant rise in price, Sitaram Yechury of CPI(M) said, “LPG crosses ₹1000. 70 Saal mein pehli baar. Another of Modi’s grand achievements.”This steep hike comes even as petrol and diesel prices have seen about ₹7.5 and ₹4 reduction, respectively, since October 5 following reduction in international crude prices.nationalheraldindia
Funds meant for Bhopal gas tragedy survivors misused by BJP minister
Bhopal: The representatives of the four NGOs working for the welfare of the survivors of the Union Carbide Bhopal gas tragedy, world’s worst industrial catastrophe, have charged MP Minister Vishwas Sarang of misusing funds meant for economic and social rehabilitation of the survivors. Addressing a Press conference here the organisations presented copies of documents obtained under RTI from Madhya Pradesh Department of Bhopal Gas Tragedy Relief and Rehabilitation which show that close to 60 per cent of the funds meant for providing employment to survivors and their children have been diverted to build drains, roads and parks.Likewise, documents show that almost one third of the funds meant for housing of residents in the vicinity of the Union Carbide factory are also being diverted for the same purpose.President of Bhopal Gas Peedit Mahila Stationery Karmchari Sangh, Ms Rashida Bee said: “In 2010, Rs.104 crores was allocated to provide jobs to one lakh Bhopal survivors and their children. After failing to provide employment to even one survivor in the last 8 years, the Minister is now spending more than 60 crores of the money meant for employment generation on public works that are routinely funded by tax-payers money.”“All of the 75 crores that the Minister has taken away from the funds meant for survivors is being spent in his own constituency. Survivors of the Bhopal disaster are being robbed to pay for the Minister’s vote gathering plans. To fuel the Minister’s ambitions, the plan to provide safe housing to families living in the contaminated area next to the Union Carbide factory has been abandoned,”said Nawab Khan, president of Bhopal Gas Peedit Mahila Purush Sangharsh Morcha.TCN
Ayodhya issue: Making law or ordinance will weaken democracy, says Dr Nazmul Hasan
Lucknow:IUML UP president Dr Nazmul Hasan Gani on Wednesday said that efforts by the Central government to formulate an ordinance or law to construct a Ram temple on the disputed site of Ayodhya, could weaken the democracy.Talking to UniVarta, Dr Gani said, "People of every faith believe in PM Narendra Modi.The country knows that the Babri Masjid was demolished in Ayodhya in 1992, yet the contention continues in the court. We did not ask the then central government to re-build the Babri Mosque, adding that the the then Prime Minister had said that the mosque would be constructed at the same site.The mosque could not be constructed but the issue is still pending in the court which was never opposed by the Muslims.UNI
3 women who performed puja at mosque inside Taj Mahal to be fined
Agra: 3 women belonging to Antarrashtriya Hindu Parishad, who offered puja at the mosque inside the Taj Mahal last Sunday, will be fined by the ASI under its Ancient Monuments and Archeological Sites and Remains Rules, 1959.According to the sub-section 8 (f) of the ASI Rules “to violate any practice, usage or custom applicable to or observed in the monument under Prohibition of certain acts within monuments, shall be punishable with fine, which may be extended to Rs 500”. Station house officer of Taj Ganj, Vinod Kumar, said that ASI had lodged a complaint against three “unidentified tourist women”. He said the complaint was filed by ASI’s conservation assistant, Ankit K Namdev. However, ASI’s move to only book the women for violation of rules has not gone down well with the local Muslims. Tajmahal Intezamia Committee President, Syed Hussain Ibrahim Zaidi said that this is just a formality to push the issue under the carpet. TOI
Babri Masjid case: Fresh PIL filed in Supreme Court over delay in hearing
A fresh PIL was filed in the Supreme Court on Tuesday over the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute case after the apex court on Monday declined early hearing of petitions in the matter. The PIL questions inordinate delay in the case after a bench comprising Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justice S K Kaul listed the appeals before a bench in January 2019. The SC-designated bench will decide the schedule of hearing. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta appeared for UP government while senior advocate CS Vaidyanathan appeared for deity Ramlala in the case. The lawyers had sought early listing of the appeals in the case after referring to their long pendency.The move comes after VHP, RSS and several other right-wing organistaions announced on November 16 that they will hold a massive rally in Ayodhya on November 25, 2018, to protest against the delay in hearing. VHP and RSS also demanded that the Narendra Modi-led NDA government should bring a legislation in Parliament for Ram Mandir construction.Meanwhile, VHP vice-president Champat Rai has accused the Congress leader Kapil Sibal of getting hearing delayed. According to the media reports, the motive behind the rally is to build pressure on the Narendra Modi government to soon start the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya.NewsX
Eid-e-Milad processions cause tension in Agra, Muslim leaders intervene to check violence
Agra:Muslim groups celebrating Prophet Mohammed's birth anniversary on Wednesday (November 21) in Agra were met with some resistance in Agra, causing tension in the city.A few localities in Agra objected to the processions brandishing weapons and Islamic flags.In Nai Ki Mandi, Jama Masjid, Loha Mandi, Fulatti Bazar and Shahganj areas, these groups were stopped and urged not to carry weapon. A few Muslims, too, joined the others in asking the processions to not wield weapons. The tension doused down with the efforts of some local Muslim leaders.Haji Jamiluddin Qureshi, president of Sarvdaleey Muslim Action Committee said that he personally asked the groups passing through the Hospital Road area to desist from carrying weapons. He said that this is a very dangerous precedent and carrying weapons openly could spiral down into communal violence in case there is a mishap.He also said that it is being seen that tolerance has been slipping away among both the Hindu and the Muslim communities these days despite the fact that this country has always thrived on the principle of tolerance.indiatoday
Clashes over Milad procession in Kanpur and Mirzapur, six injured
Varanasi/Kanpur: A day after the clash between VHP activists and Milad-un-Nabi revellers in Mirzapur, a religious procession by the minority community was disrupted in Kanpur, leading to communal tension in the area on Wednesday morning. At least six people were injured in the violence that ensued and four were detained. Mirzapur also remained on the edge on the second consecutive day when some people tried to stir trouble in Mukeriganj by pelting stones on the Milad-un-Nabi procession. The situation was brought under control on police intervention. In Kanpur, the Milad-Un-Nabi procession was attacked in Sayed Nagar, Rawatpur area. The situation was brought under control after intervention by the police, who detained four people for instigating trouble in the area. Several companies of PAC and a company of the RAF have been deployed in the area to maintain peace.TOI
Communal tension in Mirzapur as VHP men, Milad-un-Nabi revelers clash
Prez, PM, Rahul greet people on Milad-un-Nabi
New Delhi:President Ram Nath Kovind, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday greeted people on the occasion of Milad-un-Nabi.Greeting people on the occasion, the President said,’’ On the occasion of Milad-un-Nabi, the Prophet’s birthday, good wishes to all fellow citizens, especially our Muslim brothers and sisters in India and abroad.’’We remember the noble teachings of the venerable Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) and pray that there is harmony, brotherhood and peace all around,’’the PM said in a tweet.In a tweet , Congress president Rahul Gandhi said,’’heartiest greetings to countrymen on the occasion of Milad-un-Nabi’’UNI
After Muzaffarpur shelter home rapes, 539 child care institutes shut across country
The government has so far shut down 539 child care institutes (CCIs) across the country since August when shelter home rape cases surfaced, according to Women and Child Development Ministry (WCD)."We had to shut those institutes which were not fitting the standard of living for the children or violated the norms or those which were unregistered. The children who were living in those CCIs have been safely shifted to other child institutes," said a top WCD official.In Maharashtra, 377 CCIs were closed, the highest among all states and union territories, followed by AP - 78, and Telangana - 32.Notably, reports of alleged rape of girl inmates in a shelter home in Bihar's Muzaffarpur in May and another in Deoria, Uttar Pradesh, in August had surfaced.The WCD Ministry had then asked National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) to conduct a social audit of the CCIs and also directed the unregistered institutes to register within two months.Union WCD Minister Maneka Gandhi had earlier asked for setting up of Child Welfare Committees (CWCs) at the state and district levels for regular monitoring of the Specialised Adoption Agencies (SAA) and CCIs.IANS
Rajasthan: Depressed over unemployment, 3 friends killed, 1 injured in suicide bid
3 friends died and another one was injured after they allegedly jumped before a moving train in a suspected suicide pact in Rajasthan's Alwar district, police said Thursday.Police sources said primary probe revealed that they were depressed due to unemployment but the exact reason for taking the extreme step was yet to be ascertained.Two friends of the youths told the police that the six of them were near railways tracks on Tuesday evening when they decided to commit suicide.While Manoj (24), Satyanarayan Meena (22) and Rituraj Meena (17) died by jumping before the train, Abhishek Meena (22) was injured, the police said said.Rahul and Santosh did not take the step, they said.PTI
Thousands of Palestinians face eviction after Khan al-Ahmar demolition
Ramallah: Bedouin village of Khan al-Ahmar appears as little more than a collection of makeshift tin shacks and tents, nestled on a West Bank hill to the east of Jerusalem.But during the past year its Palestinian residents have battled the Israeli authorities both through the courts and on the ground to prevent it from being demolished. At time of writing, the security cabinet has decided to postpone demolition of the entire village – and forcible eviction of its some 200 residents - until further notice, although PM Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed it will go ahead.On Monday, Netanyahu, who is facing political pressure at home, told a Likud meeting: “Khan al Ahmar will be evicted very soon, I shall not tell you when. We are preparing for it.”The village has been under threat since 2009, although the government only renewed its commitment to demolish it a little more than a year ago.But the plans for Khan al-Ahmar are not arbitrary: at least 46 other Palestinian farming and shepherding communities,housing over 8000 people, are at high-risk of demolition and forcible transfer, according to the UN.The communities all lie in Area C, a territory that comprises close to 64 percent of the occupied West Bank under control of the Israeli army, which is responsible for planning and zoning. middleeasteye
Saudi crown prince a 'red line' in Khashoggi murder probe: foreign minister
Efforts to hold Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman accountable for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi constitute a "red line" for Saudi Arabia, the country's foreign minister has said.Adel al-Jubeir said Riyadh would not tolerate any disparaging remarks about bin Salman, also known as MBS, or his father, King Salman."In Saudi Arabia our leadership is a red line. The custodian of the two holy mosques (King Salman) and the crown prince are a red line," Jubeir said in an interview with BBC on Wednesday."They represent every Saudi citizen and every Saudi citizen represents them. And we will not tolerate any discussion of anything that is disparaging towards our monarch or our crown prince."Saudi leaders have been under mounting pressure to account for what happened to Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist and Washington Post columnist who was murdered inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on 2 Oct.middleeasteye
Denmark Suspends Saudi Weapon Export Approvals Over Khashoggi's Killing
Copenhagen: Denmark has suspended future approvals of weapons and military equipment exports to Saudi Arabia in response to the killing of a dissident Saudi journalist and the kingdom’s role in the conflict in Yemen, the Danish Foreign Ministry said on Thursday. Germany has already suspended issuing future weapons export licences and has moved to halt all arms sales, while France said on Monday said it will decide soon on sanctions over Khashoggi‘s killing at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul last month.Saudi Arabia is one of the world’s biggest weapons importers. It heads a military coalition fighting in a civil war in Yemen in which tens of thousands of people have died and caused a major humanitarian catastrophe.Reuters
Right wing is quick to condemn Talibani patriarchy, but outrage over calling out of Brahminical: Kancha Ilaiah Shepherd
Israel’s Genocidal Arms Customers:Richard Silverstein
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