General Elections in India

April 30, 2009 5:37am CST
Indian people, if go by the reactions of political analysts on the recent reopening of Gujrat Riot's Case by CBI [Central Bureau of Investigation, India] against Chief Minister Narendra Modi, it gives a queer feeeling that they are the same people, who were furious over Nanavati Commission's report and subsequent aqcuittal of the Modi government in the case, now in a state of dilemna whether to pat CBI for its attempt to give justice to thousands of traumatised souls, or to rebuke the central government for manipulating the investigation agency. Do you think its a poll-motivated move of the CBI?
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@nainesh1 (1656)
• India
30 Apr 09
The peoples of India are not fools, they can clearly see what is wright and what is wrong. The congress is misusing the CBI for their purpose.
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• India
1 May 09
That is a tricky issue dear. Congress itself has called this move as uncovering an old do you think this is to cover their own intention behind reopening. Or you say that it's congress which has pulled out the case to demoralize Modi..At the time of Bihar elections too, when Modi went to Patna, to capaign for polls similar things were dragged to create air against him. Anyways Gujrat carnage has been strongly condemned world wide. Isn't it necessary to throw full light onto the cse and give justice to those traumatised people?