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Is the police framing Pragya for Malegaon blast?
Often innocent people are framed by the police. The arrest of Pragya Singh Thakur is a case in point. This incident enraged the people. A Hindu outfit's office was ransacked and their workers targetted. Is the police fair in framing her?
THE RECENT incident of Pragya Singh Thakur’s arrest in connection with the Malegaon blast has raised many eyebrows. Various political parties started pointing fingers at certain Hindu outfits. Some people went to the extent of blackening the faces of the party workers in their office. A student outfit’s office furnitures was also destroyed.


All these incidents took place within three days. It’s very shocking considering that the the majority community too has a right to make representation, which was not allowed.


Now the government is blaming some Hindu outfits, saying that they are radical. A few stray incidents can’t blemish the entire community as ’radical or violent’.


But the question is that why was Pragya arrested. The only answer is that because the motorcycle that was used to plant the bomb belonged to her. The other thing that the police ascertained is that she attempted to hide or destroy the identity of the owner of the motorcycle. But the police didn’t explian how she tried to destroy the proofs.


But are these valid reasons to allege Pragya’s link with the blast? Her father informed the police that though the motorcycle was sold, its ownership was not changed. Police didn’t even investigate this angle, he alleged.


We want the real culprits to be caught, rather than some innocent person being framed by the police, it was opined by some.


If any blasts occur, it is the responsibility of the government and the police to investigate the incident, rather than blame innocent person for it.
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