28 January 2012

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Does Shiv Sena Workers attack damage burn Maharashtra Times office in Mumbai

Does Shiv Sena Workers attack damage burn Maharashtra Times office in Mumbai

Updated on Monday, January 30, 2012

Maharashtra times published an article saying that Shiv Sena party MP Anandrao Adsul was on his way to join the NCP.

After that on Saturday group of people [alleged to be belonging to Shiv Sena]
vandalised the reception area of Times of India (TOI) building in Mumbai.

Joint Commissioner of Police (Law and Order) Rajnish Seth told to Media that
Sixteen people had been detained in connection with the attack.

Police did not say the attackers belong to which party.

Around 1 pm on Saturday 20 to 25 people entered the lobby of TOI building and
damaged some furniture, flower pots , they burn the paper etc.

Sena spokesperson and Rajya Sabha MP, Sanjay Raut, said, “Shiv Sena has nothing to do with this attack.”

Watch the video showing group of people damaging property that is office of TOI in Mumbai.

This is the video showing the real democratic India where openly and without fear any group can damage your property.

Do you think its attack on freedom of speech?

If news was wrong then they should have filed a case or should have demanded apolozy?

Under which law they get such power to attack any public or private property?

Do you think the attack is same like Taliban Attack?

Is it not the attack on Constitution of India?

Updated on Monday, January 30, 2012

On Sunday The Azad Maidan police arrested 28 persons, including Chandrakant Bobde, a Shiv Sena union leader .

Police are looking for 200 people who were part of mob who made an attack on
TOI office.

The Azad Maidan police, in the remand application, mentioned 200 Shiv Sainiks as wanted accused.

The police said most of those arrested are employees of co-operative credit societies and banks and are bank union members in the city.

Suggested Reform in the law –

Punishment = 1000 Years of Jail term.
Make it a Non Bailable office and must stay in Jail until proven not guilty.

Reality views by sm –

Saturday, January 28, 2012

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