Gauri Lankesh murder case enters in political wonderland
The efforts were on from both the sides – left and right; to make it a political issue but now we can say they have succeded in making the murder of journalist Gauri Lankesh a full-fledged political case. With this the case is now heading towards blind end.
Why I say this? In such cases both the sides make conclusions in their mind and expect the investigative agencies to verify it. This minimises a chance of fair investigation in the eyes of the public. Bangalore police however said they are investigating with ‘open mind’ but any direction of the investigation can’t be impartial. The investigation is bound to verify the claims of one group and reject the others. In such case the disgruntled group will always has the right to protest and blame the investigative agency to cover up the case. This unending process continues forever even after the culprits are hanged.
This has happened in the cases of Yakub Menon and Afzal Guru as well. A section of self-anointed intellectuals in media and universities celebrate his martyrdom and curse the government for hanging. They have all the empathy for these culprits but nothing for the innocent citizens who lost their lives due to their terror activities.
The murder of the Gauri Lankesh is also heading in the same direction. Even if police arrests the culprits the left will demand hanging of Prime Minister Modi while the RSS would continue to blame it as an act of the Left and Naxals.
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