Opinion/Commentary
Sinha's choice: The perils of populism - Ishan Joshi, Pioneer
Union Minister Jayant Sinha, whom I hasten to clarify I do not know, have never met and hold no brief for or against, is by all accounts a competent administrator, articulate politician and educated public figure. In welcoming to his home in Hazaribagh and garlanding eight of his constituents convicted by a fast-track trial court for the lynching of a fellow citizen, a meat trader by profession suspected by his killers of being involved in beef smuggling, on their being granted bail by Jharkhand High Court he may have thought he was responding to the depth of feeling among the people of the parliamentary seat he represents in the Lok Sabha. He may even be right.
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Words without meaning - Amitabh Shukla, Pioneer
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