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G. P. Joshi

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    ...The killing of eight SIMI undertrial prisoners, who escaped from the Bhopal Central Jail on October 31, by the police has generated considerable controversy. The former Madhya Pradesh chief minister, Digvijay Singh, was among the first to jump into the fray and ask if the prisoners escaped or were made to escape. If they were indeed made to escape, who killed the prison guard is a question that Singh did not answer. His statement reminds one of what some Pakistanis said after the Uri massacre: The incident was stage-managed by India and was not the work of Pakistani terrorists. While Singh’s remarks are bizarre, the statement of the state’s current CM is equally bad, if not worse. He called the encounter a “gallant act” by policemen. There is nothing gallant about killing fugitive prisoners who, according to all evidence, were unarmed and could have been arrested. ...

    Indian Express on Nov. 5, 2016, 12:12 a.m.