Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Is India shining in the land of Gandhi by these flames?

A 32-year-old man was burnt alive by a crowd of 1500 in Vadodara early on Wednesday morning.
According to eyewitnesses, the victim was chased by a crowd and burnt alive when he was passing through Ajwa Road's Mahavir hall crossing.
The man was taken to a nearby hospital, where he was pronounced 'dead on arrival'.
Sources report that crowds have been gathering across the city through the night. The fact that Vadodara is rife with rumours makes the work of the police very difficult in such tense times.
Vadodara is rife with rumours making the work of the police difficult. The city has been
tense since the demolition of a dargah and the death of two person in consequent violence.

Stop the non-sense, Life is really worth than anything else.


Soma said...

India is not 'shining' it's 'burning' (rather 'Shining' while burning). One Side we have intellutuals,kalams,Vivekanandas and Gandhais with very old and rich culture. But the other end is with illiterates,ignorants,atrocious and corrupt politicians. I think that's why India is interesting. We have everything there :)

Yoge said...

It has become a fashion to criticise everything related gujarat. Why u guys say nothing when hindus are killed in Doda ??

From Aamir khan to Suresh, everyone are interested in showing gujaratis in bad light....

Very bad...