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Bengal man who was out to buy milk dies after being beaten up by police

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Really hate this, especially the 

hooligans that the Mumbai cops are with Notorious reputation, they are the ones to set the precedent by uploading such videos on Social media. But having said that, some people are real laatho ke bhoot, and they leave no choice to the police. But its also the moral responsibility of police to identify people and only then use force.

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When illegal Bangladeshis were burning trains, raping women, setting bridges/houses/shops/schools on fire during first phase of anti-CAA protests last year these policemen were nowhere to be seen, couldn't make a single arrest of the jihadis. Now look at them, despicable creatures. Always said this, Bengal police is the most cowardly of its kind in India, mainly because of prevailing culture and the state's politics at play. 

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17 minutes ago, Gollum said:

When illegal Bangladeshis were burning trains, raping women, setting bridges/houses/shops/schools on fire during first phase of anti-CAA protests last year these policemen were nowhere to be seen, couldn't make a single arrest of the jihadis. Now look at them, despicable creatures. Always said this, Bengal police is the most cowardly of its kind in India, mainly because of prevailing culture and the state's politics at play. 

BC India/Indians ki ye khasiayat hai ki sala sara frustration kamjor k upar hi nikalta hai...Ein police walo ki g@nd me g** nahi tha when these jehadis were running riots in WB few months back. Even during riots marta wahi hai jo kamjor or lachar hai. 

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there are two sides of this story. yes many policemen are beating up civilians but you also have to acknowledge the good work being done by police. dont paint everyone with same brush.

 

 

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Don’t have milk let’s go out. Oh forgot vegetables, let’s go out. Oh, need this too, let’s go out .... there is always a reason to go out and not follow/care for the law .... Ppl should plan for what is required and get the items when a slot opens up .... Strict enforcement of laws is required, along with allowances for emergencies (though going out to get milk is trivial) .... but beating is unwarranted 

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Just now, zen said:

Don’t have milk let’s go out. Oh forgot vegetables, let’s go out. Oh, need this too, let’s go out .... there is always a reason to go out and not follow/care for the law .... Ppl should plan for what is required and get the items when a slot opens up .... Strict enforcement of laws is required, along with allowances for emergencies (though going out to get milk is trivial) .... but beating is unwarranted 

There are no refridgerators in 90% of households, Milk gets delivered or bought daily. States apparatus should work on supply chain, everything can't be blamed on Modi, har ghar jaake deliver karne ki expect karte hain Modi ko.

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Need police reforms ASAP, should be a priority for all govts. At the moment the vardi is being salvaged by some extraordinary men and women, but we need a proper functioning system rather than depending on a handful. Don't think this is deliberate from the police, there is a lacuna in their training, probably overeager to make this lockdown a success, need more common sense, sensitivity and a healing touch in these difficult times. Saw many videos of police excesses yesterday, many of them from Punjab. 

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45 minutes ago, FischerTal said:

then there's the flip side. despite govt saying no religious congregation will be allowed, people disobey. now what are police supposed to do in this situation?

 

 

Mad respect to the dudes who, having the living $hit beaten out of them, still hang on to pick up their shoes. 

 

Hunt them down, they're candidates for our $hite middle order!

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Isko bhi do char dande do, thevar dekh iski! Baap re. There are 3 videos in the thread. They can’t do jhadu pocha one day. In US and in India, I used to clean toilets in my house. No wonder India has such issues with class and caste.

 

 

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^What a sense of entitlement ... in the 2nd video,  she honks nonstop for close to 2mins :facepalm:
 
I can only think of them as "Scum of society "
Why doesn't she get the danda? [emoji53]

I would pay to watch that.

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14 hours ago, FischerTal said:

there are two sides of this story. yes many policemen are beating up civilians but you also have to acknowledge the good work being done by police. dont paint everyone with same brush.

 

 

No gloves and no masks. Hygiene be damned.

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