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Monday, October 12, 2009

Go To HELL...

How does it sound if you are caught red handed while copying in examination hall, you are presented in front of school principal and you sayyou don’t have faith in principal?

What if you are caught in a sexual harassment act (red handed!) and when reported to HR of your company, you sayyou don’t have any faith in HR system?

Now don’t take it personal. I know you didn’t copy in your school and you are not involved in any sexual harassment case.

However, something even more surprising is coming out from the drama being conducted at Bombay High Court where Ajmal Kasab is being procecuted.

After killing 3 senior officers, after killing hundreds of common men like you and me, after spraying bullet on innocent lives walking on the road, after holding entire nation on ransom for 3 days, after conducting one of the most gruesome terror attack ever in this nation, after Mr. Kasab Ajmal made an astonishing statementThat he does not have any faith in Indian judiciary. He wants his case to be transferred to an international court.

Taken from Rediff.com on 12 October 2009

I have no faith in Indian court, says Kasab

http://im.rediff.com/news/2009/oct/12kasab.jpg After facing trial in the Mumbai attack case for nearly six months, the lone surviving Pakistani gunman Ajmal Kasab on Monday said he had 'no faith' in Indian court and made a dramatic plea for transfer of the case to an international court.

But Judge M L Tahaliyani rejected 22-year-old Kasab's plea saying, "It is misconceived."

"I have no faith in Indian court and this case may be transferred to an International court," Kasab said in an application to the court. He had moved the application written in his own hand in Urdu. The application was filed through jail authorities who translated it into Marathi and produced before the court... Read complete article here…

Now I am at loss of words. Hmmm…combined with loss of expression. Or say, I have too many expressions that I can’t decide which one to bring out.

We know we have this judiciary system in place which we should follow to bring anyone to justice. But isn’t it going too far? Isn't it competing with Ekta Kapoor's drama cum farce? Should such plea even be allowed to come for hearing in court?

Mr. Ajmal Kasab – if you do not have faith in Indian judiciary, then you should have committed your crime in a country, where you have faith in their Judiciary. May be Afghanistan?

Go to hell Mr. Kasab. I am sure you will have faith in judiciary system being followed in hell. At least nobody will entertain your plea there.


What do you say?

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Darshan said...


I guess he is right when he says he doesn't have faith in Indian judiciary. Even I don't have faith in the system. May be he is asking he should be hanged as he has already said he is guilty but lawyers said that statement is not valid (!!!!).He wished death and we don't fulfill his wish thats why he is saying he doesn't have faith in Indian justice system.What an irony..

Himani said...

well grant the man his wish but it should be different...should set out an example for others who hope to follow his footsteps in future...not the usual 'hang till death'..who cares he has faith or not...tomorrow he'll come up with this - "i don't believe in any law withholdingme..since I am still alive..I am not guilty in god's eyes'..

sharmila said...

Faith does not mean the deciding system goes with what YOU think is correct (irrespective of who is right). It is accepting the system (in here judicial) as the highest authority.
I am not saying our judicial system is without faults, but whatever said and done, once a crime is committed & PROVEN, the culprit does not have ANY right whatsoever to say he will not accept the punishment or he wants someone else to judge. Why should they? & why shouldn't we? especially since its in our home he has wronged.

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