Alleged rapist set free, if he could touch victim’s feet.

Disclaimer: I am not making it up.

The incident took place in Meerganj Tehsil, Uttar Pradesh. When the cops refused to lodge the complaint of the victim and she didn’t let go of the courage.

She brought the matter in front of the village panchayat and the Pradhan then dragged the accused in front of the police station and made him! I repeat made him, touch the feet of victim and was pardoned.  And she was also told to silence her protest as the accused touched her feet and apologized.

I don’t know about the media, whether they have covered it up by the same passion for Indrani Mukherjee’s case but this case was a mockery of Indian Judiciary System, again.

All the facts given, the Superintendent of Police has ordered the Circle Officer to look further into the matter.

It is abundantly clear how the local heights are using the Nayay Panchayat in their favour and imposing this mockery of our Justice System. This issue needs to be addressed or this will motivate the others to do these foolish things again and again.

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Samosa lelo, kachori lelo..

Okay I am not a street vendor who offers samosa and kachori, I am a simple guy who can’t afford either of these luxurious items.

That’s right, “luxurious”! The daily consumable items that are known to be cheap throughout the North-India are a luxurious in the state of Bihar.

Few hours ago this new tax has been imposed on the populous of Bihar by the CM, Nitish Kumar.

Okay so half of the Indian population is not poor anymore, this is the remedy we have been waiting for! Pay 13% tax on Samosa and Kachori and..

*poof*

Welcome to the richer side of India. Clap for yourself, you deserve it. It doesn’t matter who are you and why are you and how much you earn, Samosa Kachori have accentuated to the place of luxurious food!

“Dekh, Gupta ji ke bete ko dekh! Wo 4 plate Samose khata hai roz! Tu kab tak Namak wale parathe kha ke guzara karega!?”

And now the Indian song “Jab tak rahega Samose me aalu” somehow makes sense!

PS: Samosa affordability will now be treated equivalent to affording a “Pilot Pen” for signatures.