The kins of the family killed in the jihad massacre in Murshidabad have been made to “confess” that it was not a jihad massacre. The police are also claiming that it was not a jihad massacre.
They do not know who the killers were, but they have all read the minds of the killers and so are sure that it was not a jihad massacre. Omniscient they are. They cannot nab the killers but can read their minds.
It is a sad commentary on our actual place in the power packing of India, that family of a cattle thief killed in the crime, or a man killed over a dispute on train seat is conducted around TV studios claiming that he was killed over beef/Jai Shri Ram
When officers of govt of USSR used to go abroad on official tours, their family members used to be gathered and lodged in govt guest houses, lest the officers should defect.
And all the persons killed by Stalin, all of them, were shot after they “confessed” their “crimes” in publicly held “show trials.”
In a police state, any person can be made to confess anything. Hindus and Sikhs of Pakistan are on record saying that if they spoke the truth of their lives in Pakistan, they won’t survive one hour.
And if you think that for Hindus, West Bengal is any different from Pakistan, you are part of the problem.
(It is a sad commentary on our actual place in the power packing of India, that family of a cattle thief killed in the crime, or a man killed over a dispute on train seat is conducted around TV studios claiming that he was killed over beef/Jai Shri Ram; but kins of an entire family wiped out in a horrible jihad massacre is made to claim on TV that was a routine crime.)
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