The events that occurred last fortnight — ban on NDTV India, Bhopal encounter, the crackdown on opposition during Orop protests, and insensitive handling of Najeeb's mother — make one wonder if or not the Indian democracy is actually as deep rooted as we often believe it to be
Eight activists of the banned outfit, SIMI, were killed in the encounter hours after they killed a cop and pulled off an audacious escape from the high-security central jail.
CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan says undertrials get chicken biryani in jail, calls SIMI operatives 'dreaded terrorists'
A day after the encounter of SIMI operatives, CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that the matter is being politicised as "the slain men were dreaded terrorists who could have wreaked devastation"
Why did Shivraj Singh Chouhan not weigh the situation and collect all the facts before going to the public with his tall claims about the SIMI ‘encounter’?
In light of so many doubts over the police version of the encounter of SIMI operatives, it is fair to assume there is more than what meets the eye.
The SIMI activists' killing exposes the ugly face of a dangerous blend of subversive ideology with criminalised and inefficient governance in Madhya Pradesh