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RTI Activist against Corruption killed

There are 2 types of people who need police protection.

The extremely evil and the extremely good!

Those who take to crime, deceit, hate, live in the fear of being killed. So are people who are extremely good to the extent of taking on the evil and fighting corruption, for the benefit of the innocent, gullible public against the collective will of powerful people with vested interests. Last week, Mumbai activist Nayana Kathpalia, fighting to protect open spaces in Mumbai against rampant development survived an attack.

Yesterday, braveheart RTI activist, Satish Shetty, who had been fighting corruption has been slain before police protection was provided!

A Salute from a “slacktivist” to the real Indian activists! My prayer to God Almighty to protect them from evil forces!


Vinod_Sharma said...

Yes, there two types of people who need police protection. But, as this and other incidences show, it is only the extremely evil who are guaranteed that protection. And that is primarily because they in turn give police the protection it needs to prosecute its own evil actions. It is a closed loop. If you are outside it, God alone is your saviour.

manju said...

Shocking incident- and the murderers will probably go scot free...

Gopinath Mavinkurve said...

That's right Vinod, the powerful and extremely evil can protect themselves. Unfortunately our police force is found clamouring after these elements and seeking their blessings (in all forms). But when it comes to police protection sought by an RTI activist, they need to "process" their request until death does him in!

BK Chowla, said...

How long will honest of the type of Shetty will come out in the open exposing the corrupt?
It is evil who get protection-it is evil recommend protection for their favourites-it is the evil who sanction or otherwise the protection.Where is the question of the good guys escaping murder?

Happy Kitten said...

It is shocking..

nd one wonders if the police delayed the protection deliberately...

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